From: "solomon seydou" <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 11:56:24 +0200
>I am Mr Solomon Seydou, personal Assistant to the Branch Manager of
>Bank Of Africa(BOA)Ouagadougou Burkina Faso I want to inquire from
>you if you can handle this transaction for mutual benefits/life
>opportunity for you and me.
>The transaction is about seeking your consent to present you as the
>next of kin/ beneficiary of the US$15 million dollars, and who is a
>customer to the bank where i work.He died in a Kenya plane
>crash2003. with his family during their vacation journey.
>The Fund is currently in a suspense account awaiting claim, the bank
>made a public notice that they are ready to release this fund to any
>of his relatives abroad.You can view this site to know more.
>In that regard, i decided to seek your consent for this prospective
>Have it at the back of your mind, that the transaction does not
>involve any risk and does not need much engagement from you, since i
>am familiar with this kind of transaction being an insider.
>Necessary modalities will be worked out to enable us carry out the
>fund claim under a legitimate arrangement.
>I have resolved to offer you 30% of the total fund, 10% for sundry
>expenses that maybe incurred during the process of executing this
>transaction and 60% percent for me.I will give you more details
>about the transaction when I receive your affirmative response,So if
>you are interested,Send me a reply immediately and in your reply
>please include your (private phone and fax numbers)urgency has to be
>implied and this business must strictly be a deal between both of
>us.Please reply at.
>Thanks and God bless.
>Mr Solomon Seydou.
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