----- Original Message ----- From: "Adv.Eric Elliot" <email@example.com> To: <undisclosed-recipients:> Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 5:10 PM Subject: Hope You got my message?
Good day, This message is directed to you for the purpose of a transaction that is
worth US$48,300,000.This transaction is completely legitimate and all legal documents
will be provided which will cover you and the funds during the course of
I am Eric Elliot by name and i am presently in Italy precisely because of
this transaction.If you are interested in this transaction,i will advise you
send me an email with the following details: Full Name : Tel Number: Age: Occupation : The reason for these details to be released to me is for me to be sure i
am not corresponding with the wrong person.Note that you are been contacted because of your family name and as such,i must be very sure someoneelse is not playing a fast one on either of us.
If you would like to discuss further about this transaction that is in
your family name as an inheritance that you will benefit from,email me back only on this email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Do not respond to this email address you received this message from
because my server has a problem to send mails and so,i send you with my relative's email.Endeavour to respond only to the email address stated above.
Your response will be highly appreciated at this point because this money
has been delayed for too long and i would like to finalize the transaction as soon as possible so that i can go ahead with my other client's issues i have at stake.
Best Regards. Eric Elliot. +39 327 568 3543 -- No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG. Version: 7.5.552 / Virus Database: 270.10.15/1923 - Release Date:
1/29/2009 7:13 AM
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