2011/10/13 H. Kue < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Long time!. Sorry that you did not hear from me again, this is my new
email address. It took me time to find your email again.
I just want to let you know I have succeeded transfering that money
with the help of another partner from Japan. We struck a deal with a
British banker who helped us transfer the money overseas and
assimilated them into the banking system without problems. I now live
in Newzealand but I did not forget you, I simply had to focus on
investing the money first before I get back to you.
For your information I have made out a cheque of $850,000 as a
compensation to you. Though you did not help me to the end but at
least you guarded the secret and did not expose my dealings to my
country. I' am very thankful for that, and now that I' ve succeeded
it ' s good we share the joy of success together.
To get your compensation please contact Ms. Elizabeth Jones in the USA
to pick up your cheque.
Ms. Elizabeth Jones
Address: 5627 E. Williams Field Road,
Mesa, AZ 85212.
Telephone: +1 316 221 9239
I ' am very buzy these days, I will be traveling to Peru tomorrow for
some forestry and minning investments and may not have time to see
your response. Simply contact Ms. Elizabeth as intructed to pick up
your cheque. Do let me know once you have received your money.
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