Greetings from Ghana,
I am Mr. Patrick
Dadzie, a Bank Manager here in Ghana. I write you this proposal in
good faith, believing that you will not betray me. I believe it is the
WILL of God for us to meet through this means. One Mr. Pedro Brito
Rodriguez a US citizen and businessman made a (Fixed deposit) with my
bank in 2001 for 48 calendar months, valued at US$12,500,000.00 (Twelve
Million, five hundred Thousand US Dollars). I was his account officer
before I rose to my present position of manager. The due date for this
deposit contract was 20th of August 2005. I have tried to locate
him to through the address and phone numbers he presented to notify him
about the maturity of the fixed deposit, but could not reach him.
It was during a decisive effort to get hold of him recently that I
discovered he was involved in the American Airlines flight 587 which
crashed on the 12th November 2001. You will read more stories
about the crash on visiting this websites: http://www.answers.com/topic/american-airlines-flight-587
where the passenger list of victims was mentioned. I have made
efforts to locate any of his relation, but without
Now, a new Financial Law, which takes effect in
two month's time, stipulates that any bank account having more than
$5,000,000.00 [Five Million US Dollars] will be investigated and the
bank shall produce the account owner for clearance. This is a Government
measure to check money laundering. If I do not find a way to move this
money out of the country immediately, in two month's time, it might be
reverted to Government treasury because I cannot provide Mr. Rodriguez.
I am seeking your co-operation to present you as the next of kin to the
account, so that my bank head quarters will release the funds to you.
There is no risk involved; the transaction will be executed under a
legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of law. Let
me know how you wish us to share the money, so that both parties will be
satisfied. We shall go over the details once I receive your urgent
response and please, treat this as top
Mr. Patrick Dadzie
tel. 00233 243
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