Compliment of the day, Based on your profile and capability in keeping secret I am seeking your consent on this confidential business investment proposal. I am Mr. John Stewart, a banker with Intercontinental Bank Plc (UK) Branch (Director Foreign Operation and Credit Control Department). My office manage the Angola Oil sales accounts . I have a schedule of the Government as gazette to undertake the payment of all Foreign / International Contractors that executed project for the Angola Government. Angola Government has released the sum of US $25M (TWENTY-FIVE MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS) for the payment of all her International Contractors. The government officials who are the active operators of these accounts have submitted list of foreign contractors who will benefit from this payment exercise. They also mandated me to search and present further names and contacts who would act under-cover as beneficiaries in this payment exercise and be used to send out some funds for the mutual benefit of the officials and the receiver (co-operators). This is for the purpose of establishing a profitable joint business venture with you. If you are willing to undertake in this exercise, give me your valid contact informationâs and your complete name or companyâs name which will be used to prepare a backup documents proving the source of the fund. If this business proposition offends your moral values, do accept my apology but if not, then contact me at once to indicate your interest. My contact information is: Private Telephone Number (+44 702 402 3848) My working address is: Intercontinental Bank (UK) Plc 36-38 Leaden hall Street London EC3A 1AT United Kingdom I wait urgently to hear from you. Please feel free to ask Question if any. Sincerely Mr John Stewart.
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