Can I Trust You?
My name is Sonam Khandu, Foreign operation manager of Bhutan National Bank Limited Tshongdue Paro Branch. I wish to make a transfer involving a huge amount of money worth $19.000000.00 (Nineteen million US dollars). I do solicit for you assistance in effecting this transaction.
I intend to inform you on the transaction in full if you are willing to assist me. Please kindly note that this is an appeal as your acceptance will be appreciated. I intend to give 30% of the total funds as compensation for your assistance. Please kindly reply me at my private e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will notify you on the full transaction on receipt of your response if interested, and I shall send you the details and necessary procedures with which to make the transfer.
Mr. Sonam Khandu,
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