FROM:Mr John Errics, GROUP AUDIT FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DIVISION ALPHA BANK LONDON 66 Cannon Street, London EC4N. DEAR , RE:TRANSFER OF 26,000,000.00 MILLION POUNDS TO YOUR ACCOUNT. I feel quite safe dealing with you in this important business.Though, this medium (Internet) has been greatly abused, I choose to reach you through it because it still remains the fastest medium of ommunication. However, this correspondence is unofficial and private, and it should be treated as such. At first I will like to assure you that this transaction is 100% risk and trouble free to both parties. IN ORDER TO TRANSFER OUT (TWENTY SIX MILLION POUNDS STERLINGS) FROM OUR BANK HERE IN LONDON. THE FUND FOR TRANSFER IS OF CLEAN ORIGIN. THE OWNER OF THIS ACCOUNT IS A FOREIGNER, a program leader who was believed to acquire the fund through his secret Crude Oil deal with the Former IRAQI Government.The deceased died with all the members of his family in an auto-accident in JUNE 23, 1999 without a WILL. The amount involved is [26, 000,000.00 POUNDS STERLINGS]. I WANT TO TRANSFER THIS MONEY INTO A SAFE FOREIGN ACCOUNT ABROAD BUT I DON'T KNOW ANY FOREIGNER WHOM I CAN TRUST, I KNOW THAT THIS MESSAGE WILL COME TO YOU AS A SURPRISE AS WE DON'T KNOW OURSELVES BEFORE, BUT BE SURE THAT IT IS REAL AND A GENUINE BUSINESS. I CONTACT YOU BELIEVING THAT YOU WILL NOT LET ME DOWN ONCE THE FUND GOES INTO YOUR ACCOUNT. Let me hear from you URGENTLY by Email.You can also fax or call me for more detail. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Regards, Mr John Errics, ____________________________________________________________________________________ ˇCapacidad ilimitada de almacenamiento en tu correo! No te preocupes más por el espacio de tu cuenta con Correo Yahoo!: http://correo.yahoo.com.mx/
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