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Subject:  I need your help urgently
From:  "Mrs Lydia Eyadema" <>
Date:  Thu, 26 Jan 2006 11:26:03 -0800

Dear Beloved,

In Good Faith I Contacted You.

I have seen war and I have seen peace, I have seen riches and I have seen people die
of hunger on daily bases. And I am quite certain that life is vanity.

I am Mrs. Lydia kufa Eyadema , The secound wife to the former  Togo Head of State,
 My late husband who die at 69 years Old, suffered a heart attack early  Saturday,
Feb. 5, 2005 in our hometown of Piya in southastern Togo, I and my family arranged
immediately for his treatment in Europe, but as God may want it he die on the way to Europe.

I am contacting you in view of the fact that we will be of great assistance to each other
 likewise developing a cordial business relationship. I currently have within my  r
each the sum of fifty-five Million United States Dollars (US$55,000,000.00) , which
 I intend to use for investment purposes specifically in your country. This money
came as a result of a payback contract deal between my late husband and Russian
firm on our country's Multi-billion Dollars Lome Steel Plant.

The Russian partners returned my husbands share of US$55 Million after his death
and lodged it with my husband 's security Firm in Togo which I am the
Director. Right now the new Civilian Government who is the Son of the first wife has
revoked our licenses that allow us to own, have or manage any investment in our Country
Togo due to the disparity between me and the first wife of the late  president and
also the mother of incumbent President. In view of this, I acted very fast to withdraw
the US$55 Million  from the security company's vault well packaged in trunk boxes and
deposited it in a privately erected security safe. I have since declared the  Security
Company bankrupt and re-locate the money to another security company in nearby country
Ghana. No record ever existed concerning the money neither the money traceable by the
Government nor any document showing that we received the money from Russian partner.
I seek your assistance to move the money out of from Ghana to your country.I am presently
taken my asylum in Ghana until the tranfer of the money to your account is over.

On your rply, I shall expect you to contact me urgently to enable us discuss in details
about this transaction. Bearing in mind that your assistance is needed  to transfer this
fund, I propose a commission of 30% (Thirty Percent) of the total sum to you for the
expected services and assistance.

All arrangement and plan's has been put in place through the help of our family lawyer
for the claim and clearing of this fund from the security and finance  company as we
move the fund directly to your account. Your urgent response is highly needed so as
to stop further contact. I therefore mandate Barrister  Lambert Dagbah, who is our
family lawyer to deal with you on this transaction. Your will be required firstly
to correspond with our family lawyer, on  Tel:+233-24-2372384 before communicating
with me, this is totally for security reasons because people and family relatives
has try in the pass to rip me off. See  this website for verification

I must use this opportunity to implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence to keep
this matter extraordinarily confidential whatever your decision is while I await your
prompt response.

Your can Email me directly: -

Yours sincerely,
Mrs. Lydia Eyadema.

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "I need your help urgently" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 26 Jan 2006 11:26:03 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam Email. The sender shows as "Mrs Lydia Eyadema" <>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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