|| From: Mr. Sampson Kwame <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed, Sep 2, 2009 9:02 am
Subject: GOOD DAY
From Sampson Kwame
My name is Sampson Kwame I am the regional manager of Standard chartered bank of
Ghana tarkwa branch in the western region of
Ghana. I got your information when i was searching for an oversea partner among
other names. I write you this proposal in good faith; I am 44 years old married
with three lovely kids. I am a devoted Christian and a man of peace.
I have packaged a financial transaction that will benefit you and I, as the
regional manager of the Standard chartered bank it is my duty to send in a
financial report to my head office in the capital city Accra at the end of each
business year. On the course of the last year 2008 business report, I discovered
that my branch in which I am the manager made four million three hundred united
state dollars (4.3m)usd which my head office are not aware of and will never be
aware of. I
have placed this funds on what we call escrow call account with no beneficiary.
As an officer of this bank I cannot be directly connected to this money, so my
aim of contacting you is to assist me receive this money in your bank account
and get 40% of the total funds as commission. There are practically no risks
involved, it will be a bank-to-bank transfer, and all I need from you is to
stand claim as the original depositor of these funds who made the deposit with
my branch so that my head office can order the transfer to your designated bank
If you accept to work with me I will appreciate it very much. when i hear from
you, i will give you my full informations. Remember there is no risk involved i
I look forward to your urgent response.
Mr. Sampson Kwame.
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