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Subject:  Please, respond urgently
Date:  Mon, 2 Aug 2004 23:31:42 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Please, respond urgently" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 2 Aug 2004 23:31:42 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "FROM AKA FRANCK" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

If I must be fair to myself and to all, I would want to believe that this mail may keep you a 
little uneasy considering the fact that we do not know each other but frankly, that's the primary 
reasoin why I chose to contact you. I really am so sorry as I never meant to put you off-guard by 
what I intend to tell you here and will appreciate it greatly if you do understand totally my 
situation and position regarding the subject matter that I am divulging here.
The political situation in my country here, Cote d'Ivoire has indeed dealt a great blow to me and 
my family. I have considered many options regarding my condition and resolved that I must forge 
ahead with my life if not for any toher thing to fulfil my dreams and the good intentions of my 
father who was murdered in cold blood by some group of rebel vagabonds. Their gruise was that my 
late father was suspected to be opposing their political ambitions with his wealth hence he was 
marked and eventually eliminated. My late father was a very wealthy businessman and contractor and 
excelled in all his endeavours. I was away at school in Ghana when I got the news of my father's 
assasination early last year and felt devastated as my father was everything to me. The assailants 
capitalised on the rebel activities in my area Bouake to kill my father as they claimed that he 
didn't want to join their group and fight the government hence he would be killed. The governement 
s handicapped to do anything since the rebels controlled the town till now. When I came back, I was 
advised not to stay in the area since my father has been buried already. However, before now, I am 
aware of the fund ($17.5m) he deposited with a bank here in Cote d'Ivoire which he intended to 
transfer overseas for investments which he did not achieve following his sudden demise. He made me 
the next of kin to the fund and had before now explained a whole lot of things concerning the fund 
to me in the event that he is not able to carry on with the project.
I have tried severally since the sudden death of my father to have access to the fund but was 
denied as according to the bank officials, the agreement of deposit the bank had with my late 
father, I should not be allowed to have a direct access to the fund unless I am 24 years age or I 
should have someone who is older than the stipulated age to interced on my behalf with my consent. 
This is why I am contacting you now to help me get the fund released and transferred into your 
account in your country so that you could have me come over to your country to complete my 
education while you take care of the investment of the fund.
I shall be glad to get your positive response so that I will proceed to giving you the bank contact 
details to make the contacts and request for the release and transfer of the fund to you.
Awaiting your response, I remain as always,
In His loving arms,

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