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Subject:  GOOD DAY FROM: PAUL Richard.
From:  paul_richard@myway.com
Date:  Wed, 31 May 2006 01:51:02 -0700

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FROM:  PAUL Richard.
PHONE: +27-73-207-8977
ATT: DIRECTOR\CEO.
GOOD DAY

I am Mr. PAUL Richard. Working in department of fund released order in first National bank of South 
Africa, East Gate Branch, I know the letter might come to you as surprise, but take it like your 
own deal.

Mr. MICHEAL K. GUMA from South Korea executed a contract through department Ministry of Aviation 
here in South Africa, the contract worth of US$9,300,000. (Nine Million, Three Hundred Thousand 
United States Dollars), but on the process of approving the transfer of the money to him, he died 
in Train Bomb Blast that occurred recently in UK, we involve you to authenticate this clime and 
transfer the fund to your designated bank account.
Meanwhile, his fund has been signed to pay in my office before I will give order to the bank for 
final endorsement of his fund.
Nobody knows what is going on except me and my assistance. This is the man’s information.
Contract sum: of USD9, 300,000 Million Dollars 

Contract number: FMA/FMF/3-X02/2004 

You will act like the beneficiary of this money; I will give you more information about the 
transaction.

I Waite for your urgent reply

Best regards, 
Mr. PAUL Richard.

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