Letter(s) from Lisa Habimana to Suresh (India)

Letter 1

My love

I hope you are doing great in your country.

Go ahead and send a mail to the bank and if possible also call them but you must write to them to make it official even if you want to call them on phone.

The issue of my relatives,my step mother made some attempt some time ego and the bank told her that they don't know anything about the money because i already told them not to disclose anything to anybody unless i give them a go ahead and beside the woman don't have any documents patterning the money.I can not put you into any problem because if i do that means i have also put myself into trouble so don't worry about that.

My step mother have been lavishing my late father's hard earned money with her numerous male friends,she have my late father's company and all that but God will judge her though i know that someday i will come for her but first i have to be with you finish my education and with you by my side we can get a good international lawyer and go for her.

Letter 2

Royal Bank Of Scotland Plc
Registered in Scotland No .90312
Registered office 36st.Andrew Square.
Edirbugh EH2 2YB
Regulated and authorized by the
Financial Services Authority
Tel :+447976809775
RE: MONEY TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS.
For Your Kind Attention,
Sir,
I have been directed by the director of Foreign Operation/Wire
Transfer of ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC to write you in respect to your mail which we have received.
Actually,we have earlier been told about you by the young lady Miss Lisa Habimana (for the claim of her late father's deposit with our bank).
Late Mr James Habimana is our customer with sum substantial amount of money he deposit with our noble bank($4.3million(us) dollars with account number 745008901546/QB/91/A) hence you have been really appointed as a trustee to represent the next of Kin.However before our bank will transact any business concerning the transfer of the fund to your bank,we will like you to send the followings immediately to our bank:

1.A power of attorney permitting you to claim and transfer the funds to your bank account on her behalf.Note:This Power of attorney must be endorsed by a Senegalese resident lawyer.
2.The death certificate of late Mr James Habimana (Her deceased father)confirming his death.
3.A copy of statement of account issued to Mr James Habimana by our bank.
4.An Affidavit of support from the Senegalese high court with her signature in it.

Note:The above are compulsory,and are needed to protect our interest,yours and the next of kin after the transfer has been made.
These shall also ensure that a smooth,quick and successful transfer of the fund is made.
We promise to give our customers the best of our services.Should you have any question(s),please contact our
Foreign Operational
Mr JOHN K PAULSON Director.
Royal Bank of Scotland Plc
+447-976-809-775
on
e-mail (info_rbs@rbslondon.biz.ly) or (rbs_remittance.dept@yahoo.co.uk)