Yep, it's another one of those emails.
|Here's the email. I edited out the time it was received|
The sender claims that he had been trying to get in touch with me (the apparent mark) three times (it's a trick to make you believe this is genuine and they are desperate to get the money to you).
You are asked to contact the person on a Hotmail address. Not sure what happens after that, but one would presume you'll end up having to part with some of your cash somewhere along the way.
You do not receive any money from these people. Do not send them any of yours.
If you've typed the name 'Ambrose V George' into a search engine and found this post, I advise you to ignore the email. There's no pot of gold at the end of this rainbow.