It is indeed my pleasure to write you this letter, which I believe will be a
surprise to you, as we have never met before. I actually got your e-mail
address while searching the internet for someone to handle this transaction
I am Paul Yengisi. I have worked as a personal assistant to Mr Sean Burke, now
deceased, who died aboard Korean Air Flight 801, which crashed in Guam in 1997.
Please do not disregard this mail and for avoidance of doubt you can verify
this with the British High Commission in your country or visit
http://edition.cnn.com/WORLD/9708/06/guam.passenger.list/, as posted by CNN.
He died, leaving behind a deposit investment of six million, five hundred and
fifty thousand pounds (?6,550,000.00) with an investment bank in
Holland. I have made intense but futile efforts to locate any possible next of
kin to come forward to claim his estate. This investigation has been
unfruitful. I have scanned everywhere without any real success. This leaves me
as the only person with the full picture.
Mr Sean Burke died without leaving a will. I am prepared to put you forward as
the next of kin and the deposit released to you as the closest surviving
relation. I am therefore seeking your consent to present you as the next-of-kin
to enable us apply for the release of the money, before the money gets
I am prepared to share the money with you in the ratio of 50/50. This will not
be too difficult, counting on the fact that I will be on hand to guarantee that
the funds is released to you.
If you are interested, then send me the following:
1) Your full name
2) Contact address
3) Telephone number/fax number
Please reply urgently by email or telephone. As soon as I receive your
information I will provide you with the requisite documents that you will send
to the bank to enable you claim the funds.
30, Clerkenwell Close
London EC1R OAT, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 703 594 8665
Fax: +44 845 280 0223