From: Dr.Daniel Ankra Director Bills & Exchange APEX BANK OF GHANA. Dear Friend, I am Dr.Daniel Ankra, the Director Bills & Exchange. I personally discovered a dormant account with a total sum of $9,450,000.00 (NINE MILLION,FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND UNITED STATE DOLLARS) during our Bank's Annual Year Account Auditing. The owner of this dormant account died on 5th Jan 2006. Since the death of the deceased, nobody has operated in this account till date. Moreover, this account has NO BENEFICIARY attached to it. Definitely, this fund will be confiscated by our BANKING CODE OF ETHICS if it remains dormant for period of (5) years without any claims. In this regard, I earnestly need your full cooperation in transferring this dormant fund out of our bank to avoid confiscating this fund. I will split the transfer into two 2 stages for easy and smooth transfer. First, I will transfer $5,000,000.00 to any valid foreign account you will nominate, upon a successful transfer without any disappointment from your side, I will then fly to meet you in your home destination for sharing, and thereafter we jointly transfer the remaining balance of $450,000,000.00 for magnitude investments. Note that you are required to furnish me with the requested information's bellow immediately; (1)Full Names................... (2)Contact address.............. (3)Telephone.................... (4)fax numbers.................... (5)Location..................... (6)Occupation................... If you are willing to cooperate in this project, I will give you details immediately as soon as I hear from you. Please note that you are required to keep very confidential. Thank you and I wait your urgent response. Yours truly, Dr.Daniel Ankra Director Bills & Exchange APEX BANK OF GHANA
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