||> From: Steve Benson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Thanks for your past effort
> Date: Saturday, January 10, 2015, 8:16 AM
> Thanks for your past effort,
> I'm happy to inform you about my success in getting
> those funds transferred under the cooperation of a new
> partner from Japan . Presently I'm in Japan for
> investment projects with my own share of the total sum. mean
> while,i didn't forget your past efforts and attempts to
> assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed
> us some how.
> Now contact my lawyer who happens to work in the Clydesdale
> Bank Also, Barrister Mrs Amal Al Bayari� is her name,
> Contact her via the same email address of the Bank (�
> email@example.com ) Or
> (firstname.lastname@example.org)� ask the Bank to permit
> you to speak with her, Or ask them to give you her direct
> email Contact,I have instructed her to send you the Cheque
> of $850,000.00� (Eight hundred and fifty thousand
> united state dollars) which i write on your name and kept
> for your compensation for all the past efforts and attempts
> to assist me in this matter. I appreciated all your efforts
> at that time very much. so feel free and get in touched with
> my Lawyer� and instruct her where to send the Cheque to
> Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we
> can share the joy after all the suffering at that time. at
> the moment, I'm very busy here because of the investment
> projects which me and the new partner are having at hand,
> finally, remember that I had forwarded instruction to my
> Lawyer on your
> behalf to receive that Draft money,� she will send the
> Cheque to you without any delay.
> Yours Friend
> Mr Steve Benson.
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