mike jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
How are you today?It' has been long I heard from you.Well, I just want to use this medium to thank you very much for your earlier assistance to help me in receiving the funds, without any negative outcome. I am obliged to inform you that I have succeeded in transfering the funds with the help of a new partner from Argentina.
Everything was perfectly done because we strike a deal with one of the Lady accountant who works with the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) and she rendered a tremendous help to us. My new partner initiated this idea and everything worked out successfully.
In appreciation of your earlier assistance to me in receiving the Funds I have decided to compensate you with the sum of $1,200.000.00 (One Million two houndren thousand US Dollars)And i made it as international bank draft for the security reason This is from my own share of the total sum.I did this simply to show you that it is good to do good things to the right people always Presently I am in japan for investment project with my own share under the advice of my partner.
Meanwhile, I didn't forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed us some how. I will be sending you e-mail from time to time to know if you have received your share or not. Now contact my personal secretary in Cotonou Benin Republic. His contact Name is Mr John Paul Email:(email@example.com)
please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we can share the joy together after all the sufferings at that time. In the moment,I am very busy here in Japan because of the investment projects which the new partner and I are having at hand. So feel free to get in touch with Mr John Paul so that he will send the international bank draft cheque to you without any further delay.
With My Best Regards,
Barrister Mike Jackson,
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