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From: "Jonathan Lloyds Consulting Inc"
Subject: JLConsults Special Info
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 03:30:03 -0800
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I am a special consultant with the Dormant Account Unit of the British Bankers Association. By virtue of this appointment it is my duty to trace persons related with financial depositors with specific financial institutions in the UK. These depositors could have been deceased and because they probably did not leave last will and testaments or a next of kin thereby leaving these accounts dormant with no one to call to claim.

I am using this medium to make known to you that I have an account to which no claim has been made because there is no last will and testament to the effect and there is no one nominated or appointed as next of kin.

The deceased had made a deposit Eight (8) years ago with a Financial Institution and until now we have been unable to trace a relative to come forward for claims of the deposit. The account had become dormant over the years but the Dormant Account Unit of the British Bankers Association is committed to tracing relative of depositors to account that have become dormant.

If you are interested, l will disclose to you a perfect plan that will enable me legally transfer the said money to you as an inheritance payment without any problem.

If you are interested, please respond in earliest.

My regards,

Yours faithfully,
Jonathan Lloyd