Good to speak with you.
My Name is Rupnarain Kamal, the Director of operations Standard Bank of South Africa. You may receive this message with surprise since we have not met, but i belief with the subject of discussion, we will know ourselves as we make progress. It's about my need for a foreign partner to receive unclaimed legitimate fund in my bank for investment and other mutual benefit.
SOURCE OF FUND:
A deposit account was opened by a customer Beuss Wolfgang Friedrich, Deutsch Nationality who was a consultant contractor with the federal ministry of mines and power in South Africa. He made a number of deposit with the bank over a period of time which has been rolled over many times upon it yearly maturity to cumulative value of $22,583,112.00, expecting Buss Wolfgang Friedrich to come forward with further instruction on his account.
He never did, so as a bank, we have sent series of routine notification to his forwarding address but got no reply. I decided secretly to contact few workers left in his consulting office, only to discover that Beuss Wolfgang Friedrich was involved in the Libya plane crash of 12th May 2010.
You may have read or heard about the plane crash, Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 from Johannesburg-South Africa to Libya. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/13/world/middleeast/13libya.html.
As a standing financial rules and regulation of South African government, If no direct or indirect claim is made on the deposit at the end of stipulated period, the fund will be tagged "Unclaimed funds" and will be forfeited to the government. So I want to present you as the beneficiary to claim the fund from the bank for joint investment in your country or we can decide to share it into two parts of 60% to me while you take 40% for using your account to pull the fund from my bank.
Looking forward to your positive response with your information(your name and contact address with your phone number)
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