My sincere apologies if the contents of this mail doesn’t meet your personal quirks but if you know to what extend I went to get your contact you will appreciate the information I wish to share with you in this message.
In the year 2003 the subject matter, a billionaire from your country whom I presumed to be your relative because of the similarity in your last names came to our bank to engage in business discussions with a huge financial portfolio worth £20.7 millions pounds which he wished to have us turn over (invest) on his behalf.
We turned the funds around various opportunities and made attractive margins for our first year of operation which was repeated the following year until the year 05 when he Requested that the funds be liquidated for onward transfer because he desired to make an urgent investment requiring cash payments.
I undertook all the processes and had the assets liquidated, and surprisingly that was the last time we heard from him.
Both the bank and myself did everything humanly possible to track him down all to no avail, and since he listed no next-of-kin in his Know Your Customer (KYC) form which is peculiar with high profile investors, I had no one to contact.
Those of us who are familiar with investment banking procedures, knows that those who patronize our services prefers some level of privacy and detachment from conventional banking.
They prefer to operate their accounts with pins and codes. It was few years after his surprise disappearance that I stumbled upon the Venezuela plane crash manifest where I discovered he actually died in the aforementioned plane crash on Tuesday, 16th of August 2005.
There is right now, a huge financial portfolio worth £20.7 millions pounds plus accrued interest abandoned in our bank all these years and now awaiting the direction of my pen. If I sit and do nothing, the funds will revert back into our treasury as unclaimed. This is why I’m contacting you to present you as a relative to the deceased investor.
All that needs to be done is for me to from the bank data base/system insert your name into his Client Information Sheet (CIS) and have you listed as the collateral heir to the abandoned estate, and once your name appears in his file as the heir, the funds automatically becomes yours by right of inheritance.
Then we follow legally our bank inheritance claim procedures, secured the funds and share it equally afterward. There is no risk what-so-ever involved in this project because it is simply an inheritance.
I have evaluated the entire process with my vast of experience and the only hitches I envisage here is from you, refusing to work with me, alerting my bank or guided with fear and disbelief as a result of low propensity to trust as such mistake this proposal for a hoax; junk or scam otherwise the funds is there for an easy pick for us.
I await your response.
Prof. Michel Konczaty
Deputy Chief Operating Officer
BNP Paribas, Paris France