Message Sent Tuesday, June 7 11:58 (Pacific Time)
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We have a client who died intestate and therefore no one was nominated as a next of kin.
It is our bank policy that all the investment under our bank be given to the rightfully people, this is where my department of Research Institute comes in play, our job is try and find any anybody who might be related to the deceased and our sole purposes is to ensure that relatives of the decease inherit the funds.
Your name has been linked as possible relative to our deceased client, we have to legally investigate all information that we come across. We need to be certain that you are the right person that we need to communicate to in this regards.
The following information will assist in verifying whether we have the correct information:-
• Are you aware of any relative/relation having the same surname, which’s last known, contact address was Amsterdam, Netherlands?
• Are you aware of any investment of considerable value made by such a person at the HSBC Bank?
• Can you establish beyond reasonable doubt your eligibility to assume status of next of kin to the deceased?
It is relevant that you inform us ASAP whether or not you are familiar with this personality that we may put an end to this communication with you and our Enquiries surrounding this personality.
We thank you in advance for your urgent assistance in this regard.
HSBC Private Clients.
Email:timbrownfield At live.co.uk
Message Sent Thursday, March 10 3:44 (Pacific Time)
From: Rockford, IL, US
Area Code: 815
Zip Code: 61107 Respond with a message
I'm not related to an Ollie Singer, at least I don't think so...however I'm trying to find a Ronald Singer whose parents are Sam and Mary Singer and he has a sister named Mona, He's my first cousin, his father and my father were brothers, they grew up in New Jersey, and Ronnie grew up in Philadelphia...he's also an airline pilot or air-traffic controller. If you know him please forward my email address. Thanks...Jeannie