I am in my hotel room with my box of consignment,
is my pleasure to write you this mail, as I am a young boy of 20 years
old from Sudan, I don't know if this email will obstruct you, if it
does, kindly duelist it, I am very sorry for any inconvenience it will
I arrive Togo with my three boxes, I lost tow of my boxes in Togo,
why because I was not able to speak French, I took my boxes to Togo so
that I can transfer my fund abroad by Western Union, I now left with
one consignment box with me in hotel room right now.
After I lost my two boxes, I then open the one box left,
after I open the box, the money that is inside the box, where full of
stains, so I took the money to the Bank, but I was told to send the
money to Cite Trust Engineering Company in Ghana, to take off the
stains before they can deposit the fund in an account, I also took the
money to the Western Union Office, I was also ask to send the money to
Ghana to Cite Trust Engineering Company Limited Ghana to take of the
Stains for me.
I don't know what to do, then for me to go to Ghana with
the box, which I do, right now I am in Ghana to take of the stains from
the dollar notes so that the bank or the Western Union can accept the
I am in Ghana right now, I have gone to the Cite Trust
engineering Company Limited, I was make to understand that, they work
for individuals, I have gone to three bank here in Ghana, they told me
to take the box to this same company to take of the stains from the
currency notes, this company don't work for individuals, and they don't
do upfront jobs.
I was told to get the solution by the company.
will like you to contact the company to know if they will listen to you
as my foreign beneficiary to do the job so that I can transfer the fund
to you either bank to bank wire transfer or through ATM master Visa
card or by Western Union.
Can you advice me, I am willing to offer you 70% if this job is done.
you agree to contact the company, then send to me your phone number and
home address which I will present to the company as my foreign
Here I am.
Son. Saturday Oyibo. Refugee in Ghana