How are you doing with your family? Hope fine, Please pay attention and understand my reason of contacting you today through this email, my name is Mr.Adams Augustine, Bill and Exchange Manager in Bank of Africa Ouagadougou Burkina-Faso. In my department, during the Auditing of the year 2009,
I discovered an abounded sum of $19.300.000.00(Nineteen million three hundred thousand dollars) that belongs to our Late Mr.Michael Hilliams Billing, an American prominent man who unfortunately lost his life in the plane crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 261, which crashed on January 31st 2004.
I desperately need your assistance to secure and move this huge sums of money left behind by my late client to the tune of $19.300, 000.00(Nineteen million three hundred thousand dollars) out from Bank Of Africa Ouagadougou Burkina Faso to your own account, he executed contract through Department of Work and Housing here in Ouagadougou Burkina-Faso and the mentioned money above is his money left in our bank before his death. Meanwhile, for your smoothness of this transaction, I will pay you 40% of the total sum for your co-operation in this matter. If you know that you are interested and capable to handle this business transaction, come up with the information's showed below: -
1. Your Full Name:
2. Your Contact Cell Phone Number:
3. Your Age:
4. Your Sex/Status:
5. Your Occupations:
6. Your Country and City:
7. Your Full Home/Office Address:
8. A Copy of Your Passport SIZE:
As soon as possible all these information's is submitted to me, I will immediately draft an application form with all your information's and send back to you, so that you will proceed with the transaction by sending the form to BOA bank for the transferring of this fund into your account.
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