||> From: Liza Martins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: WITH DUE RESPECT
> Date: Monday, April 18, 2016, 8:34 PM
> Hello Dear,
> Good day to you; please I think i feel quite safe dealing
> with you in
> this important business transaction. Though this medium
> Internet has
> been greatly abused, but I choose to reach you through it
> because it
> still remains the fastest medium of communication.
> However, i will like you to know that this correspondence is
> and it should be treated in strict confidence. At first I
> will like to
> assure you that this transaction is 100% free risk and
> trouble free to
> both parties, My Names is Miss Liza Martins. And I will like
> to ask for
> your assistance for investment in your country.
> This is a legitimate transaction and I agreed to offer you
> 20% of the
> total fund as my foreign partner after confirmation of the
> investment in
> your conutry, so please if you are interested kindly get
> back to me with
> the following question below.
> 1. Can you handle this transaction?
> 2. Can i give you this trust and believe you will not betray
> me when
> they transaction is done?
> 3. That you will help me for the investment in your
> country without applying any greedy when it get to your
> Your full name................
> Your profession........
> Your phone/fax number....
> Your privet email address....
> On the other hand, my direct families have a large quantity
> of Gold dust
> and bars for sale to a direct buyer. On a mutual
> understanding, the
> family will agree with you as the sole middle man for the
> sale of the
> gold dust and bars
> i will be waiting to hear from you soonest, but please if
> you are not
> interested delete this message and don’t bother to
> Thanks and God bless you
> Miss Liza Martins
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