My name is Madam Nenita Villaran, A complete citizen of Philippines, widow to the late
former minister of finance in Philippine who was a victim of the terrorist attack against
the country by the Abu sayyaf movement in the southern luxury beach region on the
11th April 2002 that rendered many people of different nationals dead.
I inherited a total sum of 12 million dollars from my late husband, This money which
is concealed in a metallic trunk box is deposited with a security and finance company
in Cote d'ivoire under a secret arrangement as a family treasure.
This means that the security company does not know the real content of this box that
was shipped from the Philippine to Cote d'ivoire under a diplomatic coverage.
My main purpose of sending you this mail is because of my ill health I found you and
perhaps trustworthy to give this priority of shipping this box of money to any address
that you think is very secure and safe in your country with your percentage of which
we shall chat on soon.
There is need for urgent action because the consignment is accruing charges per day
as demurrage to the security company for safekeeping coupled with the resent attempt
of coup plot last july that has distracted attention of the government and the security
delegates on me.
Once i get a possitive response from you, I will give you the contact of the company in
Cote d'ivoire for you to call them and arrange with them on how and where the
consignment should be delivered to as my partner and relative for the said consignment
I will send to you an authorization letter which will authorize you to act upon as my
partner, i will also give you a detail information regards to the deposit.
I give thanks immensely for your co-operation as I look forward to your urgent response .
Madam Nenita Villaran
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