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Thursday, October 19, 2006
RE;I Await Your Urgent Response
My name is Mr. Prince kobani. I am the Eastern regional manager
of the Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana; I got your information African
online net work. I am a good Christian man, married with three children I
do not want problems but I just hope you can assist me. I am 42 years old.
I write you this letter in good faith. I am in control of the sum of Twelve
Million, Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand US Dollars ($12,950,000.00) which
was an excess of profit made by our regional eastern office in the last
quarter of the year 2003, which I have placed on a call deposit account and
did not declare this to my head office. Sir, I contacted you because I can
move this moneyto our offshore filtering center in London covering the region,
but can I rely on your trust to hold this money for me until I arrive
Europe or USA and pick it up myself and you deduct 30% of the money as your
commission. If you accept my offer you can contact me only on my
confidential email address email@example.com if you do not accept can you
forget I contacted you? All I need is for you to get me a good current
account in your bank in USA or Europe where I can move this money. There
are practically no risks involved, it will be a bank to bank transfer.
hope you understand my situation.