Scam Emails and a bit of baiting

Max Edward Urgent Reply Needed

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From: Max Edward <[email protected]>
Reply: [email protected]
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2017 15:01:14 +0100
Subject: Urgent Reply Needed

Good Day Friend,

I have interest of investing in your country as well as seek your
services in a private and confidential issue. My name is Max Edward,
an auditor with Bank in London, On my routine inspection I discovered
a dormant domiciliary account with the deposit of £11.5M (Eleven
Million Fix Hundred Thousand Great Britain Pounds Sterling) by our
late customers without any heir. I write to seek your indulgence and
assistance in moving this funds to your country through legal means.

NOTE: My plan is to invest my own share of the money in your country.
What other lucrative investments would you suggest as I intend to
invest on REAL
ESTATE AND HOTELS if they are good business venture in your Country?
Can you be able to make residential documents and purchase a house for
me and my
family to relocate and settle in your country after my retirement in
(3) Three months time.

Let me know if you can handle this project so that we can discuss your
own percentage (%). Please write me back for further details.

Looking forward for your quick response.

Thank you,
Max Edward.

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