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Subject:  Dear sir/ma
From:  <fuseni2000j@yahoo.co.jp>
Date:  Wed, 29 Nov 2006 09:17:14 -0800

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Dear sir/ma ,
 
I am Ms fuseni abraham the personal Accountant to the General Manager of African bank of cote d ivoire Plc. I want to inquire from you if you can handle this transaction for mutual benefits/life opportunity for you and me. (20%) for you, 80% for me.
The transaction is about assisting me as my foreign counterpart to enable us present you as the Beneficiary of the usd$35million dollars left by our late deceased foreign customer who died in a car crash with his family.
 
The Fund is currently in a suspense account awaiting claim, since the time the bank made a public notice that they are ready to release this fund to any of his relative abroad. I will give you more details about the transaction when I receive your affirmative response.
 
Do not take undue advantage of the trust I have bestowed in you by informing you of this transaction from my bank as I will advise you to kindly desist from responding at all if you do NOT intend to render any assistance. Endeavour to respond via my secured email address:
 
Looking forward to hearing from you.
 
Yours faithfully
 


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