||> From: Mr.George Glenn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: FROM Mr.George Glenn
> Received: Sunday, February 14, 2010, 8:09 PM
> FROM Mr.George Glenn
> Dear Sir
> Although you might be apprehensive about my email as we
> have never met before. I am Mr.George Glenn, a Banker, and
> Head of Operations with (BANK OF AFRICA BURKINA FASO ) in
> West Africa .
> There is the sum of $9.5, 000,000.00 currently in my
> branch, there were no beneficiary stated concerning these
> funds which means no one would ever come to claim it.That is
> why I ask that we work together, I will be pleased to work
> with you as trusted person and see that the fund is
> transferred out of my Bank into another Bank Account.Once
> the funds have been transferred to your nominated Bank
> account we shall then share it in the ratio of 60% for me,
> 40% for you. Should you be interested Please treat this
> business with utmost Confidentiality and send me
> Full names .......
> Occupation :.....
> Age and Sex ...
> Private phone number ...
> current residential address ...
> Finally after that I shall Provide you with more details as
> this is an opportunity Of a life time for both of us.You can
> reach me on my phone +226-78826581.
> I will wait your phone call.
> Kind Regards,
> Mr.George Glenn
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