Dear Friend, My Name is GODFREY KWESI BAIDEN And I work in the International operation department in a Bank here in Accra Ghana On a routine inspection, I discovered a dormant domiciliary account with a sum Of $37,300,000 (Thirty-Seven Million Three Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) on further discreet investigation I also discovered that the account holder has long since passed away (Dead) leaving no beneficiary to the account. The bank will approve this money to any foreigner who apply for the funds because the former operator of the a/c is a foreigner and from Iraq in particular and I am certainly sure that he is dead and nobody will come again for the claim of this money A foreigner can only claim this money with legal claims to the account Holder therefore I need your cooperation in this transaction. I will provide the necessary information needed in order to claim this money, you will have no problem because I am here to direct you. If you are interested send me your private Telephone No and Fax number including ID I wish for utmost confidentiality in handling this Transaction as my job and the future of my family would be jeopardized if it were breached, And I am assuring you that the transaction is risk free hence we are going to follow the normal transfer process to you. And we need your information bellow. Full Name: Tel: Fax: ID: Thanks. Yours Faithfully, MR. GODFREY KWESI BAIDEN.
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