More details as you reply In good faith from Mr. Ammar Kone, actually could you please consider to help me to relocate this sum of five million,three hundred thousand dollars(US$5.3 m) to your country for establishing a medium industry in your country. The said 5.3 millions dollars was deposited in our bank by Mr's Joyce Lake an American citizen who died in a plane crash in 2000. I contacted you in this transaction on my search for a reliable partner and we have tried to contact her immediate family to come forward for claims but could not succeed. We discovered that the late American died along side with her husband and children who are supposed to be her next of kin. I will give you all vital information concerning the American and the 5.3 millions dollars in our custody so that you will contact my bank for them to release the money to you. You can come here in person or you can request the bank to give you the contact of the bank lawyer's who can represent your interest in the transfer process. I don't want the money to go into government treasury as an abandoned fund. So this is the reason why I am contacting you so that the bank can release the money to you as the next of kin to the deceased customer. Please I would like you to keep this proposal as atop secret and delete it if you are not interested. I am one of the bank directors, I will play a role to make sure that the 5.3 millions dollars is released to you. As soon as i receive your reply, I will give you an instruction on what you should do. Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org and send this information to me: Your full Name................. Address ............... Age....................... Country.................... Occupation.......... Your Telephone Numbers ......... Have a nice day and good luck Mr. Ammar Kone
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