Lloyds TSB Group plc
25 Gresham Street
London EC2V 7HN
My name is Cynthia Woodward, I am an accountant with a bank here in London. There is a fixed deposit of £150,000,000.00 (One Hundred and Fifty Million Pounds Sterling) made to this bank since 1994 which twelve years now and since then no clam or withdrawal have been made on that deposit. Fortunately, I have been the person working the interest from the day of deposit to date. The interesting part of it is that the fixed deposit belongs to the late Nigerian dictator General Sani Abach, this means that the account may have been abandoned by the surviving family members or that they are not even aware of the existence of the deposit.
However, I just finished updating the interest of the deposit this January, and it has come up to £105,000,000.00 at the 7% interest rate per annum. It is this interest that I am interested in because I know very well that the family will care less on what happens to the interest if they want to redeem the deposit, they will be interested on the main money, that is if they are able to clam it at all because all the money lodged into different banks here in Europe and United States are now been claimed by the Nigerian government. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/3333557.stm
Meanwhile, my plan is to withdraw just some amount from the accumulated interest, which will not even affect the main fixed deposit. I will give you the details of procedure and my full ID when I receive your reply and indication of partner. Your reward and amount to withdraw will be our mutual agreement to avoid any misunderstanding.
We have noting to lose, we only courage to do this.
Regards and respect,
Group Finance Director
Lloyds bank London.
NB: I decided to contact a stranger for this deal because of the saying that your best friend could be your worst enemy.
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