Kindly accept my sincere apologies for my mode of contacting you out of the blues like this but something very urgent and important has come to my notice and I strongly believe it’s important we seek your consent for the mutual interest of all.
I am Daniel H.William , Head of Document controlling and Management in HSBC Inheritance department. and personal funds manager to late Mr Jackie Ma a Chinese national. He passed away recently of old age and prostrate complications.
In our last auditing, we discovered a dormant account of his with GB (£9,500,000.00) (Nine million, five hundred thousand British pounds sterling ) in his name.
During our investigations we discovered he nominated his son as his next of kin, whom passed away some years ago while holidaying in Burma. All efforts to trace his other relations have proved impossible. He was a recluse individual. The Chinese Embassy UK couldn’t trace any of the deceased relations. The account has been dormant for a long time since his death. Therefore we decided to contact you, to seek your consent to enable us nominate you as the next of kin to the deceased and transfer the funds to you as the designated next of kin to the deceased.
With the consent of our late client’s solicitors, they shall confirm you as the next of kin; sole beneficiary to the deposit/funds to authorise funds transfer to you. After transfer of funds to your favour, you shall retain 40%, 10% set aside for expenses both parties might incur (if any) during or after the transaction.
We have all the relevant details and documents about the deceased, which shall enable us, claim the funds successfully. Your positive response will be highly appreciated to enable us favour you with a draft application/account details of the deceased for submission to the Management firm to authenticate the claim to the deceased’s estate.
Remember to always keep this information Confidential.