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Sunday, January 30, 2011

THANKS FOR VOLUNTEERING - Barrister Walter Ashdown

From: Walter Ashdown <walterashdown46@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 5:29 PM
Subject: THANKS FOR VOLUNTEERING
To: adams@nextlevelre.com


Hello,

I received your mail and all content were carefully gone through.My name is Barrister Walter Ashdown,attorney to Mrs Maria Johnson,whom have directed you to me,wanting you to be the sole beneficiary to her assets.I have been the attorney to Lady Martha Maria Johnson for 7 years,whom is currently suffering from cancer and presently preparing to undergo surgery,so i am in no position to question her orders as to give away her assets to whom is deem fit to have it.

To her,the chances of her surviving is slim,so she has asked me to carry out her dying wish since she has no surviving relatives whom she can WILL her possessions to.So it is my duties to verify whom ever she has directed to contact me,since she cannot entertain any calls or messages.So i solicit your cooperation and understanding so that i can carry out her wishes.

All i require from you is to please do send me your full names and contact address and phone number which i can reach you with so as to ease our communication processes.These i shall also use to prepare the transfer documents which will be presented to the bank for the release of the funds to you.The money in question is $10.5 million.I shall start the preparation of the transfer documents,the moment you send in these information i have requested of you.

However,i shall also meet with Mrs. Maria Johnson,and tell her that you have volunteered to stand as the next-of-kin to her,and believe you me,this will gladden her soul.Once again,i would say on behalf of my client,Mrs. Maria Johnson ,thank you for volunteering to be her next-of-kin and to use the money for the betterment of the less privileged in the society as this has always been her wish.

I shall be expecting your prompt response.

Yours Sincerely,

Walter Ashdown,(Esq)


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