Greetings to you Friend, it's just for my urgent need for a foreign business partner that made me contact you in this manner, i am a banker by profession currently holding the post of Auditor General here in our Bank, I am 52 years old and Married with 3 lovely kids, It may Interest you to hear that I am a man of peace.
I have packaged a financial transaction that will benefit both of us, as the Auditor General, it is my duty to send in a Financial report to my head Office at the end of each business year. On the course of year 2013 business report, I discover a deposit in our auditing course and also have the opportunity of transferring a left over funds ($ 7,500,000.00 USD) Seven Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars belonging to a deceased client who died over here.
Since he died, the bank have made every effort to locate any of his family members but to no avail, I decided to place this fund on what we call SUSPENSE/ESCROW ACCOUNT without any Beneficiary. As an Officer of the Bank I cannot be directly connected to this money, so this informed my contacting you for us to work so that you can assist me to receive this money into your bank account as the next of kin to the account.
I am inviting you for a business deal where this money '$ 7.5 million' can be shared between us in the ratio 60/40, Note there are practically no risk involved now and in future. It will be bank to bank transfer, all I need from you is your honesty and as my foreign trustful beneficiary for you to equally not sidetrack me because the money will be transferred to you in your country abroad.
If you agree to my business proposal, kindly send me your direct mobile phone number with your feedback or question if any. i will reply you with more convincing/full details.
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