Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 11:31 AM
Subject: Greetings to you my good friend.
From: Mr Bright Addo.
Bank of Ghana,
My Dear Friend,
My name is Mr.
Bright Addo. I work with the Standard Chartered Bank of Ghana as the Regional
manager, Kumasi Branch, in the ashanti Region of Ghana.
I am 43 years old
with three kids. I have packaged a transaction that will be of mutual benefit
to us. As the branch manager of Standard Chartered Bank of Ghana, it is my
duty to send a financial report to my head office in the capital city, Accra,
at the end of each financial year.
Following the release of the second quarter
financial report, ending of 2006, I discovered that my branch made Five
Million, Six Hundred and Twenty Thousand United States Dollars
($5,620,000.00); from the transactions accruing to the account of the Inland
Revenue Service (IRS). This was not detected by the renowned auditors from my
head office. I have moved the funds into what the bank call Escrow Call
Account with no beneficiary.
Meanwhile as you know I can not be directly
connected to this money for obvious reasons. So my contacting you is to assist
me receive the funds in your bank account in your country; which I know is
possible if you liaise properly with me and get 35% of the total funds as your
benefit. The transfer would be made via swift and it will be a Bank-to-Bank
wired transfer. All I need from you is to stand claim as the original
depositor of this fund.
I will compute your particulars as the person who
made the deposit in my branch, so that my head office will immediately order
the transfer to your designated bank Account.
E-mail me if you
think we can work together.
Thanks for your
understanding and co-operation.
Branch manager (S C B).
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