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Subject:  Re: Mutual Business Relationship
Date:  Thu, 17 Apr 2008 08:31:15 -0700

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Subject: Mutual Business Relationship
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 02:13:16 -0700
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In a message dated 4/17/2008 5:13:36 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:
Dear Friend,

My name is Dr. Afe Rimes Babalola Jnr; I am an Attorney at law and the General overseer of Evangelical Mission for Christ (E.M.C).  A Partner to Babalola and Associates Chambers. I got your contact from your local directory while searching for a Respectable and Trustworthy fellow to assist me in an Unclaimed Fund Deposit of US$8.8Million (Five Million, Eight Hundred United States Dollars) belonging to my deceased Client.

My late client was a 78 years Old English Philanthropist, he came to Nigeria in the 1970's as a Contractor to Nigerian National Petroleum Cooperation (N.N.P.C); he lived all his life here and owned an NGO (Non Governmental Organization) that receives Financial Aid (Grant) from the United Nation. He died of Asthma, and since then no one have come forward to claim this fund he deposited in a Bank here, which he intend to donate to Charity homes as he has been doing.

The Directors of the Bank have issued me a notice as his private Attorney that my late clients Deposit is over due for claim. I have tried search on the Internet to locate any of his relative abroad on whose account this Fund can be paid into without success, except you.

Dear, I wish to present you as the beneficiary/next of kin to my deceased client fund. I want to assure you that this does not involve any risk, since I his Attorney is presenting you as his Beneficiary, every legal documents will be dually procured to ensure a successful and legal fund claim. Else, this fund will be confiscated and directed to the Federal Account.
Kindly go through the sharing Ratio. You will get $2.5 Million USD as your share, while I get2.5 Million USD, We will use $3.7 Million USD to establish an orphanage home in any Country of our choice as my client wished, while the balance will be set aside for any expenses that we may incur while processing this transaction.

I will give you more details about this transaction when I receive your affirmative response.
Meanwhile kindly send me the Followings Information's,
Full Name:
Mobile Phone Number:

Please keep this information as CONFIDENTIAL as possible.

Anxiously anticipating your prompt reply.

Yours Sincerely,
Dr. Afe Babalola Esq.

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