''SOLOMON'' < Solomon6@office98.onmicrosoft.com > ;
Recipients < Solomon6@office98.onmicrosoft.com > ;
CAN I TRUST YOU?
Sat, Dec 14, 2013 4:35:18 PM
After going through your profile,i decided to contact you on a
business proposal, It seems you are a sincere person.I am a Soldier
working as United Nations peace keeping troop in Afghanistan, on war
against terrorism. On the other hand I need your assistance, I have in
my possession the sum of $14.6 million USD Which i made here in the
middle east and I deposited this money with a the red cross as a
consignment which contains personal effect, My sincere intention in
writing you is to gain your kind permission and acceptance to assist
me secure this money on my behalf in your position for establishment
of investment with you in your country. For your permission and
acceptance, I will give you a commission of 30% from the total amount
if you have accept to do this transaction
with me honestly.
If possible, may I request
you send me your full data information?
Only if you are comfortable with this request. This data information
requested from you is purely for the purpose of sending the money to
you through diplomatic means. The information needed is: Your full
name, your private phone number, your full address and your age. If I
get the above information and your full acceptance, I will send the
money over to your country, so that you will receive it for me before
I can start coming over to your country to establish the investment
with you. Let me know your mind on this and please do treat this
information as TOP SECRET. We shall go over the details once I receive
your urgent response strictly through my personal email address:
I await your response.
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