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    I found this email spam interesting… Take a look

    (email address),LAST & FINAL WARNING NOTICE!!!
    From ‘SMITH LAW’
    To (email address)
    Date Today 21:00

    Hello (email address),

    It is good to be in contact with you even though this medium of
    communication has been grossly abused by impostors and criminal
    minded people thereby making it difficult for people with
    struggle to correspond and exchange views without skepticism.
    United Kingdom’s Treasury Department receives over £10bn every
    year from unclaimed estates; forgotten funds; abandoned shares
    and dormant accounts because beneficiaries of deceased families
    are not being located to lay claim to funds left in the bank.

    This letter is a final warning notice regarding the death of my
    Late client Edward,wife and only daughter while on holiday at
    Louisiana USA in the August 2005 Atlantic hurricane Katrina
    disaster. According to the laws of England and Wales, section 46
    of the Administration of Estates Act of 1925 (with subsequent
    amendments). My late client’s bank has issued me a Final written
    notice to provide his next-of-kin within 7 days or have his
    declared UNCLAIMED and sent into government treasury.

    I have been in charge of managing his properties here in London
    for a long time. There were some of his properties put out for
    sale before his death,for which payment has since been made. The
    proceeds of the sale is deposited into his local account here. I
    found your name in some of his documents and that is why I
    your email through an advanced search.

    I am contacting you because you bear the same last-name with my
    late client.I want to know if you are in anyway related to my
    late client. I await your prompt response, Regards,

    Mark Smith(Attorney at Law)
    Principal Partner

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