beneficiaryafrica5millionoilnext of kindiedbanknationaltransactionopportunityresponsecustomer40%60%10%urgentcustomfundinvestmentsentbank sharedollar international bank burkina fasomutual benefitboa(iba/boa)dear mr bridggie williams
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Dear Friend I am MR Bridggie Williams working with INTERNATIONAL BANK OF AFRICA(IBA/BOA)uagadougou Burkina Faso. I want to inquire from you if you can handle this transaction for mutual benefits/life opportunity for you and me.The transaction is about seeking your consent to present you as the next of kin/ beneficiary To our late customer over his fund US$11.5Million
dollars. He died with his family during their vacation journey. I am waiting for your response for more details. The fund is going to be share at the ratio of 60/40.40% for you and 60% for i and my family which we are going to use for investment.and 10% for outstanding expenses. +226 78 05 88 66 MR Bridggie Williams
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