----- Original Message ----- From: <email@example.com> To: <undisclosed-recipients:> Sent: Sunday, December 09, 2007 1:30 PM Subject: YOUR BANK DRAFT FUND. Dear Friend, I dont know if you will still remember me but all the same due to the urgency situation,I have no much time for long explanation, hence I am very happy to inform you about my success in getting the fund transferred with the help of Mr.Masayuki Hirato, a new partner from Japan. My thanks to your earlier advice and assistant,meantime I was able to make available the total sum of (1, million dollars only) which I kept with my secretary on your behalf during my departure to Japan,I want you to contact him through the below information immediately; Name : Mr ALEX DIBOREGO, E-mail:(firstname.lastname@example.org) Ask him to send you the international certified cashier bank bond which I kept for your compensation,I have giving him the instruction on your behalf,so you are expected to contact him now with your receiving address and phone number to enable him send it to you. please do not fail to call on him immediately you receive this message and update me as soon as you receive the cash bond from him because i may not have time to reach you again due to my tight schedule over here. Best Regards Prince Mark David.
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