||> From: Mr.Paul Essien <email@example.com>
> Subject: Compliment From Mr.Paul Essien Please Reply
> Received: Thursday, July 2, 2009, 10:31 AM
> My name is Mr.Paul Essien, a political activist and an
> attorney. I am a
> member of my party's executive committee.
> My aim of contacting you is to crave your indulgence to
> assist us in
> securing some funds� abroad for safe keeping which
> incidentally was kept to
> help us finance our elections which� hold on 7th
> December 2008. Fortunately
> with my immediate assistance, and contact, we were�
> able to deposit the
> money in a Bank security vault pending when the fund would
> be needed.
> The need to contact you arose from the fact that the
> present government is
> cracking down on� the opposition and trying to trace
> all the funds that
> belong to it, if they succeed in� tracing this fund to
> us, they will seize
> it and thereby incapacitating our campaign�
> We wish to relocate this fund in a foreigner's name to
> avoid any trace. All
> I need from you� is an assurance that you can handle
> the amount involved
> (US$19,500,000) comfortably and that� I can also trust
> you with this
> arrangement. Be rest assured that there is no risk
> involved� since I have
> taken care of everything after the election. I want you to
> inform� me of your willingness in assisting and
> co-operating with us, so
> that I can send you full� details of this transaction
> and we will make
> arrangement and discuss at length on how to� transfer
> this funds.
> Please if you are not interested in this business, let me
> know in time, so
> that I can� contact someone else.
> Yours sincerely,
> Mr.Paul Essien
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