>From: "Prince Mohammed" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Consignment Status
>Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 02:56:38 -0500 (CDT)
>FROM: ALHAJI Mohammed A.
> 2/8 GIDADO DRIVE,
> NASARAWA, G.R.A. KANO.
>In a drive to ensure the safety of my family’s fund for investment and
>safe keeping, I wish to inform you that all necessary modalities have been
>concluded and the funds have left to Europe last week by Express Cargo
>Flight (Diplomatic Delivery Agency).
>Note carefully the content of the crates is money \"U.S Dollar $14 Million
>Cash\" but I did not disclose it to the Courier Services as Money, rather
>I informed them that the crates contains Vital \"DOCUMENTS AND EXPENSIVE
>AFRICA ART WORK\" belonging to a family friend and also business partner
>Please get back to me as soon as possible with your full names, address
>and phone numbers so that I can give you the shipment document and full
>contact information of the diplomatic company so that you may open up a
>communication with them to confirm when the trunks would be delivered to
>Note that the deposit papers are ready and will be forwarded in due course.
>Prince Mohammed A.
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