Dearest One. I am Angelene Walete the only daughter of Mr & Mrs Alfred Walete, Cote D'Ivorenne cocoa dealer but have lived in Ghana all my life before the deaths of my parents. It is sad to say that my parents were assasinated by the unknown criminals during there trip to our home town Sierra Leone, but I believe it was a set up. Though there sudden death was linked or rather suspected to have been master minded by an uncle of mine who is by nature ver diabolic and fetish. But God knows the truth. I am contacting you based on trust and I believe you will treat this offer with keen interest and utmost sincerity for my future security finacially and every other wise depends on this. My contact to you is to find out if you can assume the required position as to claim and invest my father's only money left in your line of business (Charity/Things of the Lord). It has become very necessary for me to protect the money and invest with a relaible and God fearing fellow who will not betray my trust at the end. My late father deposited in cash the sum of 8.6 million Euros with one of the prime Banks here in Abidjan and as the next of kin to my late father, I am searching for a responsible and credible partner who can receive this Money in his/her account and invest wisely on my behalf in his/her line of business that will be very profitable. My Reason for contacting you is to help me claim the money as my TRUSTEE/INVESTOR and as a foreign partner of my late father since the deposit was made in disguise for security as my late father's foreign partner's inheritance. Please let me know urgently if I can work with you and from the proceeds of the business, you will be entitled to 20% while 80% will be for me. I await your earlies response.via this email;firstname.lastname@example.org Sincerely yours, Angelene Walete.
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