Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Dioff Guei


Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 20:34:41 +0200
From: Dioff Richard Guei
Address:09 B.P 144 Akpakpa,
Cotonou Republic .Benin

Dear Sir/Madam ,

Compliment of the day.I write to ask for your attention to make this project request for a joint business transaction which I hope will not come to you as a surprise, hence I plead for your pardon. I'm Richard Dioff Guei, the first Son of late Gen. Robert Guei, the former military ruler of ( Cote D'Ivoire/Ivory Coast,) who was killed on 19/9/2002 with some of his loyalist officers during a cross fire battle between them and government troops in his attempt to seize power through coup de eta in Abidjan on 19/9/2002.

In brief, I have the sum of Eighteen million six hundred thousand united states dollars(us$18,600,000) only which I want to move out of here with most desperation. This money was deposited by my late father in a Holding Firm company for the purpose of using it to fine tune his administration in the invent that he succeeds in the failed coup attempt. So because of the present situation in my country cote d'ivoire , I was forced to leave the country immediately for security reasons, and also to look for a trust worthy foreign partner who can assist me to transfer the money out of Cotonou-Benin Republic to his private or company's account for investment.

Sir, I highly need your unreserved assistance both in transferring the money to your country and also investing it in a profitable venture with your kind advice, as I confide in you since our father is no more.I and my family members have decided to give you 35% of the money as commission, while 5% of the money will be used to defray any expenses that might arise in the course of this project. Your response should be sent to:
Looking forward to your urgent response.

Best regards,
Dioff Guei.

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Dioff Guei


Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 20:34:41 +0200
From: Dioff Richard Guei
Address:09 B.P 144 Akpakpa,
Cotonou Republic .Benin

Dear Sir/Madam ,

Compliment of the day.I write to ask for your attention to make this project request for a joint business transaction which I hope will not come to you as a surprise, hence I plead for your pardon. I'm Richard Dioff Guei, the first Son of late Gen. Robert Guei, the former military ruler of ( Cote D'Ivoire/Ivory Coast,) who was killed on 19/9/2002 with some of his loyalist officers during a cross fire battle between them and government troops in his attempt to seize power through coup de eta in Abidjan on 19/9/2002.

In brief, I have the sum of Eighteen million six hundred thousand united states dollars(us$18,600,000) only which I want to move out of here with most desperation. This money was deposited by my late father in a Holding Firm company for the purpose of using it to fine tune his administration in the invent that he succeeds in the failed coup attempt. So because of the present situation in my country cote d'ivoire , I was forced to leave the country immediately for security reasons, and also to look for a trust worthy foreign partner who can assist me to transfer the money out of Cotonou-Benin Republic to his private or company's account for investment.

Sir, I highly need your unreserved assistance both in transferring the money to your country and also investing it in a profitable venture with your kind advice, as I confide in you since our father is no more.I and my family members have decided to give you 35% of the money as commission, while 5% of the money will be used to defray any expenses that might arise in the course of this project. Your response should be sent to:
Looking forward to your urgent response.

Best regards,
Dioff Guei.

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