Your Excellency Sir, I know that this letter will come to you as a surprise. I am Jaziri Ahmad, the only surviving son of Hamid Ahmad, who died on December 17th, 2003 over the trouble that is going on in my country between America and other militant group who are loyalists of Saddam Hussein. As you can understand, I am from Iraq. Before my father died he told me about US$15.5 Million he deposited with a security company and he handed over the certificate of deposit to me. At present, I am in search of anybody who would assist to transfer the money into his account for me to come over there and invest as well as I complete my education. I got your contact details through from the net. Don’t be worried because I am contacting you in good faith. I confided your reliability and capability of handling this transaction in me. If my proposition is considered, for assisting! me to transfer this money to your account, we will offer you 40% of the total fund, and 5% of the total will be set aside to cover any expenses incurred during this transaction, 75% will be for my family to invest in your country under your supervision. For detailed information, you can contact me direct. I would appreciate confidentiality and honesty in our correspondence. Your immediate response will be highly welcomed. Best regards. Jaziri Ahmad (FOR FAMILY)
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