From: ABN AMRO BANK
Greetings to you,
My name is Paul Theelen and I work with a finance house here in the Netherlands. I came across you when I was searching for someone preferably in Turkey that can be interested in a business proposal that I am putting forward.
During my company’s last meeting and examination of the bank accounts within our company, my department found a dormant account with an enormous sum of US$ 6,500,000.00 (Six million five hundred thousand US dollar) which was deposited by a late Mr. Williams from England. Before his death he transferred the sum of US$ 6,500,000.00 (Six million five hundred thousand US dollar) to a bank here in Netherlands. From our investigation he had no beneficiary or next of kin to claim these funds, thus because of our financial house regulations only a foreigner can stand as next relatives or next of kin. The request of a foreigner as a next of kin is based on the fact that the depositor was a foreigner and somebody in the Netherlands cannot stand as the next of kin.
I need your permission to stand as a relative or next of kin of our deceased customer, so that the funds can be released and transferred to your bank account in your country. At the end of the transaction 40% will be for you and 60% will be for me and my colleagues. I still work at the financial house and that’s the actual reason that I need a second party or person to stand & work with me in order to apply to the bank in the Netherlands as the next of kin. I have in my possession all the necessary documents to have this transaction carried out successfully.
Further information will be provided upon the receipt of your prompt response and I want you to know that there is no risk involved. I will need us to work together if you are interested and I assure you that I will provide all useful information and documentation as this business needs urgent attention as there is no much time to waste.
Kindly reply me with your private email (for confidential reasons), telephone and fax number so I can give you more details and explain the procedures of the proposal to you.
Thanks and regards, Paul Theelen