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ASSAMALAKU" from "aisha mustafa"
Received: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 08:04:58 -0700     Classification: Advance Fee Fraud/419    Popularity: 24 hits    SE Indexed: 82 hits   
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Assamalaku
 
I am Mrs. Aisha mustafa .I wish to inform you that this message is coming directly from me. Inspite of any impression you may have about this letter, I am still hopeful that God the most merciful, most compassionate will provide me with a helping hand in this project. Alhaji mustafa zafar, my beloved husband on February 2004 at Mecca,Saudi Arabia during the Hajj pilgrimage. He was one of the victims who died as a result of the stampede that took place during the stone-throwing ritual.
 
Three months after my husband death, unknown assassins ambushed and murdered Ibrahim,my only son, whom my husband WILLED all our property including our motor company (ASD MOTOR CO.LTD)to. I strongly believe that my son's death was planned by one of ASD Motor managers, so that they will wipe out my family and take possession of all our property. I am now living in great fear and uncertainty as regards my safety in this country. For my survival, I have decided to sell my late husband property and relocate to another country, hence the need for contacting you. What I want you to do is to help me provide a safe account where,USD 19,500,000 million, which my husband lodged in a security firm will be transferred.
 
I have contacted you because a foreign account is needed to transfer the funds.
If you can help me, please reply, I will provide you with the details for transfer and every other information you will need for the money to be transferred to you. I want to compensate you with 30% of the total money hoping it is a fair offer for your
assistance. Waiting anxiously to hear from you. Thanks for your
kindness and generosity.

Please try to contact me back with this as soon as you can.
Your faithfully,
Mrs. Aisha mustafa.
 shmustafa@yahoo.com
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