De: Robert Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Assunto: With Total Trust And Confidence
Data: Quinta-feira, 26 de Fevereiro de 2009, 7:40
I received your message which content was well noted
and understood, and it doen't reall matter with your
age, the most important thing is if you are interested
My dear friend, trust is very important in a business
transaction of this type, more especially when both
people never met before, as you can see I’m giving you
blind trust hoping you will never betray me.
I personally contacted you for this
because I and my family love to live in Brazil,
and that is why I seek for your assistance. I got your
contacted when I was doing some research on whom to
contact as a foreigner, why because our bank is ready
to transfer the money to any foreigner that has the
correct details about the late depositor which I will
forward to you later.
I want you to understand the nature of
this deal, I work with the same bank where this money
was deposited and there is no way I can do anything
from here than to feed you with whatever information
the bank might demanded from you ok. Again before the
bank can be able to transfer the money into your
account which I was very sure, you have to pay for the
TCC Transfer Clearance Certificate and re-activation
of the dormant account, this two things is what you
must do from you end for the fund can be transferred,
so I don’t know if you can be
able to help
Please after reading my mail and you still find it
interesting to assist with this mutual opportunity,
then get back to me and I will instruct you on what
you should do next. I wouldn't mind sharing the fund
with you at the ratio of 50/50.
Like I said before, this transaction is 100% risk
free, you have nothing to worry about, just try and
follow my instructions and everything will workout
fine, and it also need the most top secret and
confidentiality, you need to keep it away from people
until the money is been transferred.
Here are my details,
Mr. Robert Johnson
BB 232 Abidjan 08, Deux plateau
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
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