From: James S. L<email@example.com>
Subject: YOUR BANK DRAFT
Date: Tue 20 May 2008 12 22 29 -0500
On the 30th of April 2008 one Mr. Adams Louis an Office
assistance Mobile Petroleum Company West Africa, dropped a
Bank Draft Worth $950,000.00USD(Nine hundred and fifty
thousand US Dollars) and some other gift items in our
custody to be delivered to you.
we have waited for so long for you to contact us on this,
I want to inform you that he instructed us to contact you
on this issue which he try contacting you before leaving
for a 3 Months Course and will not come back till end of
August according to him, For your information he paid for
the Courier delivering Charges and some other attached fee
on delivery. And told the FedEx Courier Company that you
will take charge of the security keeping fees of
$285.00(Two hundred and eighty five US Dollars) because no
body knows when you will come for it in case of demurrage,
as we do not permit C.O.D on the security keeping tariff
because of the value attached.
We shall commence with delivery to you on receipt of
payment information, you are being asked to reconfirm your
delivery address, your full name, country and most
important your phone number to ensure hitch free delivery
to you in your country
Donít fail to get back to me with your recent complete
details; I will have to send Mr. Adams Louis a mail that
you have contacted us regarding the check he left for you.
Note that your tracking number would be provided to you as
soon as the parcel arrive your home town and payment is
Thank you for your understanding and patronage.
Mr. James S.Lambert.
THE DISPATCH DIRECTOR
Tel: +234 808 415 3012
FedEx Express Deliveries.
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