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Subject:  Hello
From:  "Miss Anne Dama"<ccd@isjcta.ro>
Date:  Tue, 08 Sep 2015 20:10:23 -0700
Category:  Generic
Miss Anne Dama
Abidjan,ivory coast.
 
 
Hello,
 
 
My name is Anne Dama from Abidjan Ivory Coast and I will be  18 years old on the 22nd of Novermber.My father Doctor Smith Dama died in March 2014  after being involved in a motor accident.  Before my father died, my mother had earlier died as a result  of Diabetes.Before my father died in the hospital while taking treatment, he told me that there is Four million seven hundred thousand  united states dollars(US4,700,000.00) he has in a bank here in  Abidjan Cote D'Ivoire.
 
 
He said that the money was meant for establishing his business in Abidjan - Ivory Coast. Though, according to my father he deposited the money in his own name and mentioned me in the documents as the next of kin .Before his death he advised me to seek for a trust worthy person abroad who will help me invest and manage this money for me until i am capable to handle it myself.I have succeeded in locating the bank in Abidjan and also confirmed the money is in the account.
 
 
But the bank said from the agreement my father has with them that i can only claim the money when i am upto 25 years. And if I am not upto that age, i should present a guardian who will help me in recieving the money and for investment purposes in  his or her country. Now I am seeking for your assistance to help me transfer out this money from this bank he deposited it to your account so that you can be able to manage and invest it in any good business in your country and also help me to move out from here so that I can continue my education which stopped since my parents death.
 
 
I will be Waiting anxiously to hear from you so that we can discuss how you can assist me on this as my guardian since it is the only condition that the bank said this my inheritance can be release to me at this my present age or i can wait until i am upto 25 years and above. Thanks for your kind attention and i will appreciate to receive your reply to know if you will be able to help me stand as my guardian for my inheritance be release to me through your kind help.Please i am willing to give you 20% from the inheritance for standing as my guardian and also know that you are going to manage it for me .Please i will like you to send this information to me which will be what i will be presenting to the bank when i hear from you,Your name and your address,
 
Thanks and God Bless
 
 
Miss Anne Dama

Miss Anne Dama Abidjan,ivory coast.     Hello,     My name is Anne Dama from Abidjan Ivory Coast and I will be  18 years old on the 22nd of Novermber.My father Doctor Smith Dama died in March 2014  after being involved in a motor accident.  Before my father died, my mother had earlier died as a result  of Diabetes.Before my father died in the hospital while taking treatment, he told me that there is Four million seven hundred thousand  united states dollars(US4,700,000.00) he has in a bank here in  Abidjan Cote D'Ivoire.     He said that the money was meant for establishing his business in Abidjan - Ivory Coast. Though, according to my father he deposited the money in his own name and mentioned me in the documents as the next of kin .Before his death he advised me to seek for a trust worthy person abroad who will help me invest and manage this money for me until i am capable to handle it myself.I have succeeded in locating the bank in Abidjan and also confirmed the money is in the account.     But the bank said from the agreement my father has with them that i can only claim the money when i am upto 25 years. And if I am not upto that age, i should present a guardian who will help me in recieving the money and for investment purposes in  his or her country. Now I am seeking for your assistance to help me transfer out this money from this bank he deposited it to your account so that you can be able to manage and invest it in any good business in your country and also help me to move out from here so that I can continue my education which stopped since my parents death.     I will be Waiting anxiously to hear from you so that we can discuss how you can assist me on this as my guardian since it is the only condition that the bank said this my inheritance can be release to me at this my present age or i can wait until i am upto 25 years and above. Thanks for your kind attention and i will appreciate to receive your reply to know if you will be able to help me stand as my guardian for my inheritance be release to me through your kind help.Please i am willing to give you 20% from the inheritance for standing as my guardian and also know that you are going to manage it for me .Please i will like you to send this information to me which will be what i will be presenting to the bank when i hear from you,Your name and your address,   Thanks and God Bless     Miss Anne Dama

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This Email with the Subject "Hello" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 08 Sep 2015 20:10:23 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "Miss Anne Dama"<ccd@isjcta.ro>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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