From: Mr. Draman Ahmed
Country: Burkina Faso
Occupation: Professional Banker
Position: Foreign Remittance Director
How are you doing? With hope all is alright.
Pleasetreat this message strictly confidential and do not be surprise overthis unexpected and sudden communication to you. I got your contactfrom a reliable international directory where I decided to choose youas to assist me pull into your account the sum of Five Million, Sixhundred Thousand United States Dollars ($5.600,000.00) from our bank.
Thebeneficiary of this account died (May his soul rest in peace) with hisfamily 6 years ago in a Kenya Plane Crash 2003, and no body wereofficially intestated to stand for the claim as the next of kin.
Therefore,I need your attention and trust so we can make a two man deal in orderto move this fund to your account and once the fund is transferred intoyour account, every chapter of this deal will be sealed. Before we canachieve this successfully, you should apply to our bank as the businesspartner/extended relative to the deceased. Nevertheless, I will use mygood office to ensure that my bank granted urgent approval for therelease of this fund to you immediately.
Hencethe fund is released; I will resign quickly to join you over there inyour country for disbursement of the fund. I will tell you what will beyour share on your response to this message and we have to start theprocess immediately to avoid our bank to send the fund to central bankof Burkina Faso as an unknown beneficiary and unclaimed fund.
I am waiting for your response through my private email
Mr. Draman Ahmed
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