NATIONAL PETRLOEUM COMPANY ( GENPC) PROJECTS AND PROCUREMENT 401 OXFORD STREET LONDON SW1 1AB UNITED KINGDOM Sir, It is my pleasure to write this mail to you believing that you will find it interesting to read and reply as soon as possible. My name is Engr. Jona Ezedin. I am a director of my countries (Equatorial Guinea) National Petroleum Company at our London UK office. I have this deal of an over invoiced sum of US$38,500,000.00 purposely carved out from an already executed contract in my corporation by a foreign company. It will be my utmost interest to have you as a partner to process the documents and have the fund released to you as the foreign contractor that owns the fund. The transaction will be given equal legal backing that is given to an executed contract. Every arrangement towards it success have been perfected. My position as a civil servant here does not permit me to run a foreign bank account outside my salary account which is monitored by our Government because of the sensitive nature of my job that is one of the reasons i need your partnership and also assist in financing the processing of this transaction which is very important. Your share of the money will be agreed upon your acceptance to do this transaction. To commence the processing, i would like you to send to me (a) Your full names and company name to be incorporated and address, (b) Your bank account information where the fund will be transferred to or within the shortest period you can open a new account for this transaction, (c) Your telephone numbers and email I await your urgent reply by email by clicking reply on your browser or to one of my associates at: firstname.lastname@example.org RGDS Engr.Jona Ezedin
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