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From: "Mr. Frank Alfred" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 02:21:38 -0700
Subject: FIDELITY INVESTMENT PROJECT
You will be Surprised to hear from me. I have a Business proposal which
I will like us to discuss. I am Mr. Frank Alfred, one of the international
Funds Manager of Fidelity Investment International.
The World Largest Funds Management Company with over $1.2 Trillion
Capital Investment Funds. Nevertheless, as Fidelity Funds Manager, I handle
all our Investor's Direct Capital Funds and secretly extract 1.2% Excess
Maximum Return Capital Profit (EMRCP) per annum on each of the Investor's
Magellan Capital Funds. As an expert, I have made over $44.4m from the
Investor's EMRCP and hereby looking for someone to trust who will stand as
an Investor to receive the funds as Annual Investment Proceeds from Fidelity
Magellan Capital Funds.
All confirmed documents to back up the claims will be made available to you
prior to your acceptance. Meanwhile, I have worked out the strategies and
technicalities whereby the funds can be claimed in any of our Clearing
Houses without any hitches. Our sharing ration should be 70 for me while 30
is for you.
Should in case you are interested, Please email me your Full Name/Contact
Address and Your Direct Telephone Numbers for discussion of this
transaction in further details.
Mr. Frank Alfred
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