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Subject:  Please Dear Help Me Stand On My Behalf
From:  mariam diouf <>
Date:  Tue, 13 Nov 2007 02:02:38 -0800

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I am writting this letter with due respect and heartful of tears since we have not known or met ourselves previously, I am asking for whom to love and love me as well after I have gone through your profile and i just pick interest on you.
I am fair in complexion, I am about 5fit 7in tall, I love sport events, going outdoors activities, watching of moving, shopping, walking etc.In a nutshell, My name is Miss MARIAM 24 years old from the republic of Liberia in west Africa, now seeking for refugee in  Senegal under the (Red Cross).
I therefore write to inform you that I am the only surviving child and daughter of the deceased Dr. NUHAN .E.  DIOUF the former MINISTER OF FINANCE / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CENTRAL BANK OF LIBERIA in the year July 1997-Feb.  2003.
The reason for this correspondence is to  formally request for mutual assistance on business relationship with you in order to benefit from your wealth of experience in business.
The secret fact therefore, is that my father kept the sum of US$7.900.000  (Sven million Nine Hundred Thousand US Dollars) CASH. The money was deposited in Bank  in Europe.
The money is the share of proceeds from a deal executed with my father's colleagues in the hierarchy of membership of the LIBERIAN JOINT PUBLIC TENDER BOARD during a contract award to an Ukrainian - RUSSIA Diamond Extracting Company when my father was a chairman.
Due to the civil war caused by rebel leader Charles Taylor who has just been toppled by another rebel  group and my father's status as a civil-servant by law in my country and the sensitivity of my father's position that attracts public attention, he cannot operate a Domiciliary account in order to keep this large sum of money in a bank in my country.
My father retired lately before he could withdraw this money, with all the document and my name as the nest of king,this money can be  transfer  easily out of Europe. I anticipate to conclude arrangement to start this venture with you as quick as possible.
Due to my youthful age and also refugee here in Senegal, decide to claim the money now with a foreign partner.
Upon your indicated interest, we will arrange for a meeting in the country of your choice when the money is moved from the Bank to your account and discuss in details the terms of agreement. I want to invest in  any company that you suggest under your professional  guidance.
Please include your private mobile telephone number in your reply for easy communication.
I earnestly await your urgent response as I expect you to treat this matter with required maturity, attention and commitment.
with best regards

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