FROM THE DESK OF MR ASHRAF WASIM.
MANAGER AUDIT&ACCOUNT DEPT,
BANK OF AFRICA OUGADOUGOU
I am Mr. Ashraf Wasim , Manager Audit/Accounting Department BANK OF AFRICA( B.O.A ) Ougadougou Burkina-Faso, i would like to know if this proposal will be worth while for your acceptance.i have a Foreign Customer,Manfred Hoffman from Germany who was an Investor, Crude Oil Merchant and Federal Government Contractor, he was a victim with Concord Air Line, flight AF4590 killing 113 people crashed on 25 July 2000 near Paris leaving a closing balance of Nineteen
Million Three Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($19.3m) in one of his Private US dollar Account that was been managed by me as his Customer's Account Officer.
Base on my security report, these funds can be claimed without any hitches as no one is aware of the funds and it's closing balance except me and the customer who is (Now Deceased) therefore, I can present you as the Next of Kin and we will work out the modalities for the claiming of the funds in
accordance with the law.
Now,if you are interested and really sure of your trustworthy,accountability and confidentiality on this transaction without dissapointment, contact me through email for further details.i expect your letter.
our sharing ratio will be 50% for me and 40% for you.while 10% will be for the neccesary expenses that might occur along the line.
N.B.In other for you to beleive my honesty try and go through this
(website)before you start with me.
Below is the website.
Mr Ashraf Wasim.
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