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Subject:  Dear Sir..
From:  "chuksabra" <>
Date:  Fri, 21 Jul 2006 08:16:33 -0700

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Personal Secretary To Managing Director Of
Fabrica Nacionale London
Fax: 44803 3892797
Dear Sir,
My name is Chuks Abraham, a British Citizen living in London. I have worked for Fabrica Nacionale Security Company for 7 years. In these 7 years, I have been a confidential secretary to the Managing Director; I have served 3 Managing Directors of this company. By this position, even though it is one of the lowest positions in the company but I have a lot of secret information about the company deposits.

It may surprise you to hear or know that 60% of the consignments in our warehouse are from Africa/Middle East and 95% of them contain money. In most cases, the depositors declare them as family treasure, they do not know that we the privileged workers of the company has a way of knowing the content but the management do not care as far as it does not contain drugs. All fabrica Nacionale wants is their storage and logistic fees. A handful of these consignments have overstayed the acceptable duration legally allowed in the agreement for the collection and they have been declared ABANDONED. The Company policy is that any consignment declared ABANDONED can be released to any one who can provide all the security coded details of the consignment and the person must be ready to settle the demurrage accrued on the consignment. The company will release it.
Now, I have removed all the Security coded details of one of the consignments, No: FNL/BD456/99. It was deposited in the year 1999 April 18th by Mr. Morris Thompson who lost his life in a plane crash of Alaska Airline Flight 261 which crashed on 4th February 2000 together with his dear wife and only daughter. And all his belongings at hand in that ugly incident. For further details visit the below site; ttp://

He uses the daughters name at the next of kin but he declared it a Diplomatic Document. My investigation shoes he is dead in 2000. No one has applied for the release of the consignment because no one has the Security Details. I want to give you the security details and other information/documents to apply as the Next of Kin for the consignment to be released to you. I will give you the next of Kin Code. Then you will deal directly with the company as if you are the next of kin. No one will know you have me as a partner. This consignment contains $15m cash with some property and share certificates there in valued more that $20m.I have inspected it .I know what I am telling you.

If you want to work with me .Do contact me by email or fax. We will discuss modalities you will be happy discovering the value of this information. It will be a classified deal between you and me only.

Chuks Abraham.

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