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Scammer email posted Mon Aug 16 08:58:39 2010
Date: Saturday 14 August 2010
From: "Robert Lee" 
To: undisclosed-recipients:

Dear Friend,

My name is Mr. Robert Lee, I'm a Singaporean and a seasoned Banker with 
Malaysia HSBC Bank (Malaysia office), am as well an account officer to a 
deceased customer of our bank, we lost this customer in the tsunami disaster 
on the 26th December 2004 in Sumatra Indonesia. and his account of US$19.761 
million with us have been unclaimed due to unavailability of next of 
kin/relatives to claim his estate.

My late customer was awarded two different contracts with Shell Development 
Company here before his untimely demise on 26th December 2004

In accordance with the escheat laws in Malaysia as a kingdom, the board of 
directors of the bank met forth night ago and resolved to turn the estate of 
the deceased over to Government having waited for too long without the 
deceased relatives/next of kin surfacing property and if this is done, 
invariably, the funds will end up to become Government property and it is as 
a result of this that am moved to contact you considering the fact that you 
share almost the same name with the deceased.

In view of this, I am seeking your cooperation and understanding to stand as 
the deceased next of kin to enable us claim the inheritance before the period 
given by the bank elapse. If you are interested and in agreement with me, get 
back to me quickly and I will send to you all our bank contacts and the 
information you may need to proceed without coming to Malaysia, and be rest 
assured that it is risk free project and the proceedings will be shared 50% 
each once the fund are repatriated into your account anywhere in the world.

Please reply immediately with your information 
including your telephone number for easy communication and oral discussion. I 
await your prompt response immediately. 

Best Regards.

Mr. Robert Lee.
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