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Dearest Beloved. After reading your profile on this site I became interested in you and also want to know more better you . My name is Taalie edward, 19 year old Girl a student, my late father was a former Minister of Interior and head of the CDF in Sierra-Leone before he was killed by the group of rebel on date May 12, 2006. Before the death of my father, he let me know he had deposited into a fixed account in a bank here in Lome Togo for my schooling and some other needs when I am old enough to take care of myself. Now, since my father is late and our family members are after me to kill me so as to inherit my fathers wealth, I kindly seek your help in claiming this funds from the Bank and invest it into a business in your country while you shall also help me get a visa into your country so that I can further my education. The reason why I seek your help is because I am of age and cannot go for claims of that funds from the Bank because of my age status. I shall send you the paying bank here contact details as my late fathers business partner overseas and shall forward all the deposit documents to you as soon as I can confide in you that you would not sit in the funds after it gets to your care. I also want you to reply to me immediatelly is not safe for me. Also send me your telephone number in your reply so that i can call you for discussions. Thanks a lot and God Bless you. Sincerely. Taalie Edward.