||From: Sulaje Desmond <email@example.com>
Date: 2015-06-13 15:43 GMT+02:00
Subject: I attached your $2.5m. ATM Visa card : firstname.lastname@example.org
I am Mr Desmond Sulaje the UBA bank manager, we noticed a fund in our
treasury which was deposited by a widow from your country who was the
assistant manager of Orange mobile network in Senegal here, the woman
died on 26th May 2007 on car accident and since her death no body has
come to claim the fund as a relative, but what motivated us to make a
through research was that the fund was deposited on your name as the
next of kin, and the Senegal law did not permit any third party to
partake in any inheritance , so that was the reason why we made a
research from your country to know if we can see any body that has the
same saw name with the deceased and luckily your name was exactly the
name in the documents of the fund deposited by the deceased.
Now the reason why i am writing you from my personal email is that our
bank director and board of trustees has decided that the fund must be
confiscated and diverted to a secret account were the board of
directors can shear the money within their self's but unfortunately to
them i find your name and email on my searching in Internet and your
named matched with the name we have here in our bank as the next of
kin. Now i have tried to convert the total amount of the fund
$2.5 Million dollars
which was deposited by the deceased in a ATM Visa card so that it will
be easy to deliver it to you without hindrance, but you will assure
me that you will be faithful to me by compensating me for my effort.
If you are interested and willing to claim this fund try to contact us
immediately through this email. I attached a copy of the ATM Visa card
for your view and confirmation.
Mr, Desmond Sulaje
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