Dear Doron, I plead an indulgence if I have invaded your privacy by receiving this mail from me without prior permission. With due respect, I contact you purposely based on the similarities of names between you and my deceased client who was an oil servicing contractor with shell petroleum in West Africa.
This is about Nine years I have been searching the contacts of the relatives to my late client in order that they may come forward for the repatriation of the estate of my late client Engineer Victor Doron valued $16.4 Million but unfortunately all my search proved abortive and the Togo bank holding these funds issued me a last notice to bring the supposed heir/relatives before end of this year or they will have the account declared un serviceable thereby confiscating the funds hence my contact to you so that you may stand as the heir and receive the funds into your bank account since you are bearing same surname with my deceased client. I have the death certificate to send to you as well as deposit document as proof. The sharing ratio of the funds after a successful transfer to your bank account shall be 40/60 of which I do have trust that the funds will be secured pending my arrival to meet you in your country. Waiting to hear from you. Sincerely yours, Barrister Tamale David