From:Mrs Hadiyyah Zaahir Mohamed. Your Ref: The Managing Director It is obvious that this proposal will come to you as a suprise. This is because we have not met before but i am inspired to sending you this email for an urgent transfer and investment of fund that is left for me and my son.Before i proceed i am Mrs Hadiyyah Zaahir Mohamed,my husband was until recently, one of the personal aid to the president of Iraq.I am contacting you on the base of trust and humanity for the transfer of fund which in custody is $11.5 million U.S Dollas which was lifted to a safe country through a diplomatic means before the death of my husband. I and my son escaped the resent bomber strikes from my country, [Baghdad iraq] which ended up in taking many life and that of my husband on his way to work,before his death,he was able to secure a hung amount of money through the advantages of his position in the office and he sent it out of the country for the purpose of my family survival after the war might have stoped.Right now the fund is deposited in securit volt through a diplomat that lifted it out of our country. In due course,we shall reach an agreement on how the money will be used for an investment in your country or elswhere,on thesame development,your share shall be 30% of the total money and 5% will be maped out for any expences incured in this transaction . With your sincere assistant and co-operation, I will be determined to enter into investment with you,if we can do business together but as at this moment, I am constrained to issue more details about this transaction until I get your response by email .Also include your private telephone number when replying. I look forward to your favorable response. Thanks for your understanding. Yours Sincerely Hadiyyah Zaahir Mohamed
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