Subject: Bad News/Good News.
Date: Thursday 21 July 2011
From: Barrister Walter Ashdown
How are you doing today,i do regret to tell you that Mrs Maria Johnson
is late and she did not survive the operation last night so sad,but i know
wherever she is she would be glad that she contacted a trusted person like
you and also the good news is to inform you that
i have presented the documents along side your identity to the bank for
authorization of the transfer,but we need to get something done ASAP which
is necessary for the transaction which is the affidavits of next of kin.on
late Maria Johnson behalf the affidavits need to be
sworn and presented to the bank as part document and transfer authorization.
This document has to be sworn in the court of justice state Birmingham
and it would cost $380 USD,at this present stage everything has been going
on smoothly and the transaction. as soon as we can get this Affidavits to
the bank then they can authorize to us the mode of transfer of funds to
you.this has to be done fast because i found out that Mrs Maria Johnson
funds is in a Dormant/Es-crew account and without things done fast the
British government will seize the funds and all our efforts will be put to
I need to hear from you urgently so we can proceed on the matter
at hand.hope your day has been going well.