Dear , My name is Mr Eammaunl John,working with MGS security Company Ltd Burkina faso,I believe you will not betray me or let me down in this request for partnership. I know my message will come to you as a surprise. Don't worry I was totally convinced to write you, I hoped that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident that i am about to repose on you for the mutual benefit of our families I have concluded arrangement to ship a consignment to you containing $10 Million dollars cash. This consignment was deposited by one of our late Customer. I will put your name as beneficiary of the consignment and finalize all arrangement in moving the trunk box to you.then affter you received the money you will take 40% AND i will take 60% as my share will come to meet you in your country for my share of the money,the consignment trunk box has been here in our custody without no claim of any individual since two years now, Alternatively i will like you to come down and see things for yourself . If you are willing to work with me kindly reconfirm your full details and address for the shipment. Information below is neccesary, 1. Full Name... 2. Address.... 3. Occupation... 4. Age.......... 5. Your Telephone Number. As soon as i received these information i will send more details. I look forward to your quick response Best regards, Mr Eammaunl John
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