This is an example of a familiar type of email scam that tries to involve you in a supposed (but actually non-existent) inheritance fraud. Someone with your last name left behind a fortune in an abandoned bank account. (See more examples of abandoned bank account scams.) If you’ll help the fraudster, so he claims, he’ll cut you in on part of the money:
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2015
From: Sven Neumann firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Read Carefully And Reply ASAP
I am Mr. Sven Neumann, Principal Officer Private Banking Dept of the Swiss Bank Corporation (UBS) Basel , Switzerland. I am getting in touch with you regarding the Estate of a deceased client with similar last name and an investment placed under our Bank management 6 years ago. Given my exclusive access to his file, you will be made the beneficiary of this fund under my careful supervision to you and on verification, which will be the details I make available to my bank, my bank will contact you. If we can be of one accord for a settlement of mutual benefit, please get back to me for more details.
I await your response.
If you make the mistake of replying you’ll get caught up in a web of lies, and the end result will be that the con artist who sent the message will have your money in his pocket.