I am Capt. John Guy, a US Marine Sgt.serving in the 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment which Patrols the Anbar province. I am presently in Iraq. I am seeking your assistance to evacuate the sum of 20 million USD (Twenty Million USD) to the States or any safe country, as far as I can be assured that it will be safe in your care until I complete my service here.This is no stolen money and there are no dangers involved.
This is some money in various currencies which was discovered and concealed in barrels with piles of weapons and ammunition at a location near Saddam Hussein's old Presidential Palaces during a rescue operation and it was agreed by all party present to have the funds. This might appear as an (illegal or scam) but I tell you what? No compensation can make up for the risks we have taken with our lives in this hell hole.
I was able to get the package out to a safe location entirely. Know one knows the real contents of the package as believed that it belongs to an American who died in an air raid.
I have the authority of my partners involved to propose that should you be willing to assist us in this transaction, your share of the sum will be 30%, be rest assure that this business is 100% safe on your part provided you treat it with utmost secrecy and confidentiality.I do not know for how long I will remain here as I have been lucky to have survived 2 suicide bomb attacks by Pure Divine
No strings attached, just help us move it out of Iraq, for Iraq is a war zone. You will only help the diplomat to get the yellow tag paper as soon as they arrive in your airport.
If you are interested I will send you the full details, kindly send me an e-mail signifying your interest in this email box for security reason.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
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