From: "Jarvis M. Reeves, Jr."<email@example.com>
Date: Jun 6, 2008, at 7:47 PM
> Thanks for your prompt response to my mail and the willingness to
> assist us with this venture. If we can establish a strong trust
> within the shortest possible time, then the Candy Bars (wink wink)
> will be shipped to you through the contact details you will be
> But talking about trust!!! We should be able to identify with
> ourselves like I rightly said by making available to each other our
> ID proof. I will be sending you mine in my next email and a proof of
> the CANDY BARS am talking about, so we know what we are doing as
> this is a life time opportunity for every one involved.
> But first you have to assure me that you can handle this consignment
> and keep it in a safe a secure place when you receive it, and that
> you can be trusted in this endeavor considering the magnitude of
> this deal, we have to keep a very low profile in our transaction and
> keep this between us till you receive the consignment.
> I want you to send me a scanned copy of your ID proof as I can't
> take the chances of providing you with any of the offices Fax
> numbers for security reasons, as our plans might be discovered by my
> superior officers and our effort will be jeopardized.
> If you think your house contact details is safe for the shipment,
> then we can proceed with it, so send me the following informations
> in your next mail:
> Complete Names.
> Contact Details.
> Personal Phone Number.
> ID Proof.
> The phone number is required for easy contact by the diplomat when
> shipment is set.
> Let me hear from you soonest.
> Your Buddy.
> Sgt. Jarvis Reeves Jnr
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