||> From: AGCAMARAN <Arnold_Agcamaran@rocketmail.com>
> Subject: URGENT BUSINESS PROPOSAL
> Received: Thursday, March 11, 2010, 12:58 AM
> Dear Sir
> URGENT BUSINESS PROPOSAL
> After my official inquiry from the foreign trade office of
> the chambers of commerce & industry here in London
> United Kingdom, I decided to contact you but I did not
> disclose the intention to anyone else because of the
> delicate nature of the project. I found your profile very
> interesting and decided to reach you directly to solicit for
> your assistance and guidelines in making a business
> investment and transfer of Ј20,000,000.00(Twenty Million
> Pounds Sterling) to your country within the next few days.
> Please I must plead for your confidence in this
> transaction. I am a high placed official working with
> Department of (Finance & Economic Affairs) here in
> London. We are currently in need of a silent foreign partner
> whose identity we can use to transfer this sum of money. But
> at this moment, I am constrained to issue more details about
> this profitable business investment until I get your
> response by email/Fax, please if you can take out a moment
> of your very busy schedule today to respond back to my
> private proposal and include your private telephone number
> in your response I will highly appreciate.
> This fund accrued legitimately as commission from foreign
> contracts, through our private connections.
> The fund is presently waiting to be remitted from the bank
> here in London to any overseas beneficiary confirmed as
> associate/receiver. By virtue of our positions as civil
> servants here, we cannot acquire this money in our names.
> Because as high placed civil servants, we are not allowed by
> the civil service code of conduct to own or operate bank
> accounts outside of our shores. On the other hand, it is not
> safe for us to keep the money here. I have been mandated as
> a matter of trust by my colleagues, to look for an overseas
> silent partner who could work with us to facilitate transfer
> of this fund for our mutual benefit, Hence the reason for
> this fax.
> My proposal is that after you receive the funds, it would
> be shared as follows: (1) 20% to you as commission for your
> co-operation and assistance in facilitating the transfer,(2)
> 10% will be for incurred expenses both here and in your
> country and while the remaining 70% belongs to me and two
> You will be free to take out your commission immediately
> after the money hits your account in your country. Since our
> objective is to invest the money in a foreign country, it
> would be appreciated if you could also help us with advices
> and direction on investing into profitable ventures in your
> However, this is optional, and if it is not convenient for
> you to further assist us with investing the money, we can
> end our cooperation after you make available to me our part
> of the money. The transaction, although discreet, is
> legitimate and the money will be transferred successfully
> with all necessary back-up official documents showing the
> legitimate source/origin of fund.
> The transfer will be effected within a period not longer
> than two weeks as soon as we reach an agreement and you
> furnish me with a suitable response indicating your interest
> for processing the transfer. I plead with you on one issue,
> whether you are interested or not, kindly do not expose this
> information to anyone else. I confirm that the transaction
> is legitimate and without any risks either to us or
> yourself. Please, give me your response immediately by
> returning this mail through my alternative email:email@example.com
> Fax: + 44 844 77 452 36 and Direct Tel: + 44 703 185 8085.
> Yours Faithfully,
> ARNOLD A. AGCAMARAN
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