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From:  =?iso-8859-1?q?Abraham=20Chukwu?= <>
Date:  Wed, 31 May 2006 03:49:14 -0700

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I have a new email address!
You can now email me at:

Dear friend ,

Firstly, I'm soliciting your utmost confidentiality in this Transaction. I

am Mr Abraham Chukwu, credit officer with African Continental Bank of Nigeria

PLC, Lagos. I came to you in my private search

for a reliable person to handle this confidential transaction, which

involves huge sum of money to your country.

The Proposition: A foreigner an American, late Mr. Morris Thompson and his

Thelma Thompson and their only child Sheryl Thompson. Who died on January

31, 2000 on board Alaska Airlines Flight 261. Alongside

85 other passengers a vacation. Please view the website below for


while returning to his country from a business trip. He Banked with us at

ACB BANK of Nigeria plc Lagos and had a closing balance worth US$20.5,

Million, having heard of the tragic incident involving late Mr. Morris

Thompson the bank now Expects a next of kin as a

beneficiary. Valuable efforts have been made by African Continental Bank

to get in touch with any of his family's but I personally found out that he

died alongside his wife and their only child. Meanwhile this is the

website of the people that died in the Alaska Airlines Flight 261, the only

next of kin given to us by

late Mr. Morris Thompson was his only daughter which unfortunately was with

him in the same flight that crashed, and this is

unknown to the bank. I'm taking this advantage in order to better my life

and that of my family; I now decided to seek your permission to have you

stand as the next of kin to late Mr. Morris Thompson, so that the fund

(US$20.5M) will be released into your account as the next of kin.

All documents and proves to enable you get this fund will be carefully

worked out, by the lawyer that I will employ to work with me down here on

your behalf. I am assuring you that this transaction

and its procedures is 100% legal and risk free involvement.

Your share stays while the rest will be for me. The sharing of the fund

between the two of us will be as follows: 30% of the total sum will go to

you for your effort and commitment to the success of

this transaction. 65% will be for us here. While 5% as been set aside for

expenses incurred in due process of this transaction. As soon as I receive

an acknowledgement of the receipt of this message in Acceptance, I will

immediately start up with the process. If this proposal is acceptable by

you, kindly forward to me your private telephone and fax numbers -

preferably your mobile numbers, address

and banking information.

As soon as I observe this information, I will draft a text of application ,

which you will fill the information and send it to the bank for onward

Transfer of the fund in your favor.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation.

Yours faithfully,

MR Abraham Chukwu

(Credit Officer, ACB PLC (Nigeria)

- Abraham Chukwu

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