From: "Mr. Fredrick Mbong."<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Prospective Partners.
Date: Thu 13 Jan 2011 20 17 05 0100
Dear Friend ,
My name is Fredrick Mbong, a banker based in Ghana.I am reaching out to
you in respect of an opportunity that will be beneficial to both of us. I
want you and I to make some fortune out of a situation that I am obviously left
with no other better option. I apologize if contacting you through this medium
does not suit your business or personal ethics. Though I have not considered
this medium to be the best manner to have approached you on this issue being
that the internet has been greatly abused over the recent years and is much
unsecured for information of vital importance. I have decided to take
the chance seeing that no other means could have been faster and more
efficient than the e-mail. I write to you irrespective of the fact that we do not
know ourselves. I am soliciting your assistance in repatriating the funds
left behind by my late client before it is declared unserviceable by the Bank
where the huge deposit is lodged.
My Client who is an American died couple of years ago and every attempt
to trace any member of his extended family has proved unsuccessful as he
died with his wife and only daughter Karin in a fatal auto crash. Do note that
your identity or country of origin does not matter. I will simply present you
as my client's business partner and the fund was meant for a joint venture
between you and my late client. I will give you more information upon your
If this proposal is acceptable to you, kindly email your following
information to me: (1). Private Telephone and fax numbers. (2). Your postal/residential
address. (3). Identification. (4) Occupation.
I humbly look forward to your soonest response.
Mr. Fredrick Mbong.
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