Hugh Brown—your non response

Is this the second time I post about a non-response email? It is just quite interesting what people come up with to get a reaction. Of course, marketer have been using that trick for a while. These days, that's especially coaches I talk with. They really need to make money so they talk you down as if you just couldn't handle it yourself. It may be true, but it is not the way to get me on-board. Really!

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For Your Attention.

Sequel to your non response of our earlier letter to you on behalf Of the trustees and Executors to
the Will of our late client. I wish to notify you that we are listing you as a beneficiary to the
total sum of 10.2M pounds (Ten Million Two Hundred Thousand pounds) in the codicil and last testament
of the deceased. Until his death he was a major share holder in big companies which include textile
and construction companies.

He was a very great philanthropist during his life time. He died on 28th January 2007 at the age of
78. Even though he was a foreigner living and working here he requested before his death that he be
buried here in his words, "I regard here as My home and the people as my people" We therefore reckoned
that you can receive this funds as you are qualified by your name identity. All the legal papers will
be processed on your response.

In your acceptance of this deal, we request that you kindly forward any proof of identities of yours,
your current telephone and fax numbers and forwarding address to enable us file necessary documents at
our high court probate division for the release of this sum of money.

I await your reply soon.

Yours faithfully,

Hugh Brown