Hendrick G. Soloh
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From: Mr Hendrick Soloh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: YOUR URGENT RESPONSE IS NEEDED PLEASE
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 16:33:23 +0000 (12:33 EDT)
From: Mr.Hendrick G.Soloh.
No: 45 B Ibis Avenue
B.P. 1056. Lome-Togo
due respect, I am Mr. Hendrick G.Soloh, Director of Delivery
Department"Guardian Trust Finance Security Company" Lome -
Togo,and a very good friend of our company Late (Mr. Anthony H.
Fedrick), who died on 14th of August, 2005 with his entire family in
Meanwhile, I secretly knew concerning his
deposit fund under the care of our company (US$28.500, 000.00M),
"Twenty Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars,
deposited under our security company. My Dear, since death clear out
him and his family, I decided to seek for a very reliable trustworthy
person, to stand as his bonafide next of kin, since there is none of
his relative applying for the claim.
However, if such
deposit happens to stay longer it will be confiscated by the government
as unclaimed deposit. Upon this discovery, I have agreed to make
business with you and release the box into your care as the heir of the
box, since no one came for it or discovered he deposited such thing
with our Firm. I have agreed that our ratio of sharing will be as
stated thus 40% for you as foreign partner, 60% for me.
confirm your interest towards my mutual request with you before I will
release all the deposit information's to you for the easier claim of
this noble transaction.
Looking forward to hear your positive response.
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