This email may come as a surprise to you, because you have not given me permission to do so and you don't even know me, but before talking about me, I want you to forgive me for sending that email without your permission. I am writing this letter with confidence, believing that if it is God's will for you to help me and my family, Almighty God will bless and reward you abundantly. I need an honest and trustworthy person like you to trust this huge transfer project.
My name is Mr. John Thomaskofi, branch manager of a financial institution. I got your contact through a reliable source called a database through the Ghana Chamber of Commerce. I am a Ghanaian married with 3 children. I am writing to request your assistance in transferring $ 12,500,000.00 dollars. This fund is in excess of what my agency in which I am the manager made a profit this year (i.e. year 2019). I have already sent an annual report for half a year to my headquarters in Accra-Ghana, while I observed with great interest that they would never know about this excess. Since then, I have placed this amount in an account with Custody, without a beneficiary (Anonymous), to avoid screening.
As a bank employee, I cannot be directly connected to this money, so I am required to request your assistance to receive this money in your bank account in my name. I agree that 40% of that money will be for you as a foreign partner, with regard to the provision of a foreign account, and 60% would be for me. I need to emphasize that there are practically no risks involved in this. It will be a bank transfer to bank OR online wire transfer. All I need from you is to remain the original depositor of that fund, so that the fund can be transferred to your account.
If you accept this offer, we appreciate your timely response. That's why and the only reason I got in touch with you. I am willing to partner with you because of your vast experience. Therefore, if you are interested in helping with this endeavor, please contact me for a brief discussion on how to proceed.
John Thomas Thomas Kofi,