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Subject:  FROM MR.Martin
From:  "Mr.Martin" <>
Date:  Fri, 19 May 2006 16:41:14 -0700

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FROM MR.Martin
Standard Bank 
South Africa

I discovered 
a dormant account in my office, as Auditor General with Standard Bank 
of South Africa.It will be in my interest to transfer this fund worth 
$63,000,000 million dollars in an account offshore.If you can be a 
collaborator to this please indicate interest immediately for us to 
proceed. Remember this is absolutely confidential.

I want to let you 
understand that the future of myself depends solely on this money,so 
keep this business to your self alone because my wife does not know 
about this risk taking. My family will be in shambles if it burst out 
and i will also be in trouble aswell as loose my precious job,at the 
conclusion of this business,you will giving 40% of the total amount, 
60% will be for me.Thanks and i look forward for your response via my 
email for more details.(

Mr.Martin Dumaka.

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