Allegedly from: Mr.Kamath Saphir

Dear Friend <--right more like dear sucker

I know this mail will come to you as a surprise because you don't know me, but knowing somebody starts in a day. However, I have gone through your business profile and I decided to contact you in good faith, with utmost assurance that you will never regret giving your attention to this mail. My name is Mr.Kamath Saphir. I am the Director in charge of audit and account unit department with a Bank here in Asia. you will know me more as we go on.

In December 2004 a foreign Customer of our bank died with his little family in tsunami disaster on the 26th December 2004 in Sumatra Indonesia. Click on this link for your reference:

The huge deposit he made in our bank early 2003 has been dormant and unclaimed due to unavailability of a next of kin to claim the deposit in my Bank. In accordance with the laws in this country, the deposit will be transferred to the Government treasury account if nobody comes to claim the deposit as his next of kin.

I am his account officer and I know he have no next of kin. I also know the source of the fund he deposited in my bank.As I said, I am the account officer to the deceased customer and I have the right to approve next of kin to my bank. As result of that, I want to present you to my bank as the official next Of Kin because you share almost the same name with him. so I want to present you to my bank so that my bank can transfer the money to you, then we proceed for the sharing.

I want to work with you on it. The amount involve is US$13,000,000.00 (Thirteen Million United State Dollars). plus the interest-rate since 2003. Everything will be 100% risk free and I will tell you how everything will be executed in my next mail if your interested to achieve this success with me.

I hope to read from you immediately.

Mr.Kamath Saphir.

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