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Fraud email example:
From: Nary Mesah <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 00:24:50 +0900 (JST)
Subject: From Mrs Nary Mesah
>From Mrs Nary Mesah
Tel: 00225 47023126
It is my pleasure to contact you for a business venture which I and my Son Musa intend to establish in your country. Though I have not met with you before but I believe one has to risk confiding in succeed sometimes in life.
I can confide on you for the brighter future of my children since you are a human being like me. There is this huge amount of Fifteen Million five hundred thousand United States dollars. ($15.500.000.00) which my late Husband kept for us with a Security Company here in Abidjan Cote D'ivoire
before he was assassinated by unknown persons. Now I and my son Musa decided to invest this money in your country or anywhere safe enough for security and political reasons.
We want you to help us claim and retrieve these funds from the Security Company and transfer it into your personal account in your country for investment purposes on these areas:
2). The transport industry
3). Five star hotel
4). Real Estate
If you can be of an assistance to us we will be pleased to offer to you 10% of the total fund.
You can call my son Musa for more explanation on this number: 00225 47023126 I await your soonest response.
Mrs Nary Mesah and Son.
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