Attention: Dear Friend, I am Mr.Husson Mohammed, Working at African Development Bank (ADB) as the Manager of Auditing & Accountant Department. During our last banking Audits we discovered an abandoned account belongs to one of our Deceased Customer, Late Dr. Walid Ahmed Juffali, Citizen of Saudi Arabia and Billionaire Saudi businessman. He was the chairman of E. A. Juffali and Brothers, one of Saudi Arabia's largest companies. Meanwhile, before I contacted you I have done personal investigation in locating any of his relatives who knows about the account, but I came out unsuccessful. I am writing to request your assistance in transferring the sum of $10.500.000.00 (Ten million, Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars) into your account. After my further investigation, I discovered that Late Dr. Walid Ahmed Juffali died without any Next of Kin/ Relatives in his documents file here and because of the static of this fund, I decided to contact you to act as his Foreign Business Partner so that my bank will accord you the recognition and have the fund transfer into your account. We will provide the entire relevant document that will be requested to indicate that you are the rightful Business Partner of this legacy and my bank will release the fund to you without any further delay, upon your consideration and acceptance of this offer. The total sum will be shared as follows: 70% for me and my colleagues, while 30% of the fund will be for you. I am assuring you that this transfer is 100% risk free on both sides hence you are going to follow my instruction till the fund transferred to your account. More details information will be forwarded to you to breakdown explaining comprehensively what require of you. I am expecting to read from you soon. Best Regards Mr.Husson Mohammed, Audits & Accounts Manager.
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