Hmm this would appear to be a "next-of-kin" scam, since that's a part of what this scam-mail is asking for. "Larry" isn't trying to claim that anyone has passed away, however, all he says is that your "fund" is available on an ATM card, neither of which exists, of course. Note the free Japanese Yahoo e-mail account. Click Here for some ATM Card scam samples.
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