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From:  "MR MIKE EBERE"<>
Date:  Thu, 14 Dec 2006 14:56:03 -0800

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Operational Manager

First National Bank

6th floor, 1 First Place

Cnr Simmonds & Pritchard Street

Johannesburg, Gauteng

South Africa.

Dear Sir/Madam.

This is from the office of Operational manager of First National Bank South Africa.

I apologise if the contents here under are contrary to your moralethics.But please treat with absolute secrecy and personal. Meanwhile I assure that this won't put you in any problem.It is real and can be trusted.

I am {MR MIKE EBERE } The Chief Accounting Officer of First National Bank South Africa. I work as the operational manager in account management section in charge of credit and foreign bills in First National Bank South Africa.On a routine inspection I discovered a dormant domiciliary account with a Balance US$162.550,000,00 (ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY TWO MILLION FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND US DOLLARD ONLY). The owner of the fund is a foreigner,aprogram leader who was believed to acquire the fund through his secret Gold and Crude Oil deal with the Former IRAQI government.The deceased died with all

the members of his family in an EGYPTAIN PLANE CRASH that Landed in the Red sea on 3rd day of January 2004.

And his accounts Number: 0056- 707-031 with credit BALANCE OF US$152.000,00 (ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TWO MILLION US DOLLARD ONLY) with us has been dormantand unclaimed due to unvailability of a next of kin/relatives to claim his fund and estate. In accordance with the estate laws of South Africa, the Board of Directors of the Bank met a forth night agoand resolved to turn the estate of the deceased over to the Governmenthaving waited for too long without the deceased relatives/next of kin surfacing and if this is done, invarlably the fund and the estate willend up to becoming Government property and it is as result of this that i am move to contact you.

In view of this, I am seeking for your co-operation and good understanding to stand as the deceased next of kin to enble us claim the inheritance

before the time period given by Bankelapse. If you are interested and in agreement with me, Please write back immediately, through this alternative email address. Be restassured that it is risk free project and the proceeding will be share 65% for me and 30% will be for you and 5% will be for any expence that might involve once the fund are repatriated into your account successfuly.

Please do inform me of your decision mmediately whether positive or negative , so that I can make alternative arrangement as time is of the essence.

Thanks for giving this a second thought and a better understandung,

Remain bless,as I wait for your urgent reply.


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