I communicate you with honest Intentions and I seek to make contact with you and acquaint myself with you for mutual benefit towards overcoming a Dilemma regarding certain funds left behind in an Investment Account by a Deceased client of a Bank here in Ivory Coast.
I have the opportunity to be working as an external Auditor when I came across this Account with a substantial Deposit in foreign currency which has not been claimed for some years, I sent out notices for Claims of this money and the Bank informed me that the Owner, a Foreigner passed away during the Zimbabwean Crisis and was a Farmer who was assassinated when his farm was taken over, this man had no family and left no Beneficiary information.
This Money if it is not claimed may be tuned over to the Treasury if someone does not claim it hence my decision to contact you for your Interest so I can present you as the Business partner to this deceased owner. It is required that an Application for claims be entered and approval given within 10 days so this money can be transferred to your overseas Account, there is no risk involved because I will lay the necessary groundwork and you will provide the Overseas Account to receive this money upon Approval.If this money is not claimed within the next 2 months, it will be taken to the Treasury and both of us can work together to avoid this, because your Country has good investment climate, this money can be invested in your country than allowing corrupt Government officials to have access to it.
I will inform you of the Amount involved, as well as your percentage after I receive a Favorable and positive feedback from you, your percentage shall be discussed upon your agreement. Please contact me by Email and furnish me with the following details1,
3, Telephone and Fax numbers,
I will get in touch with you afterwards; this proposal is for Mutual Financial Benefit and not to mis-lead you.Thank you and.
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