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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Mrs.m. Pulst

 

From: maie3@zipmail.com.br
To: maie3@zipmail.com.br
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 11:00:19 +0000
Subject: from maie
Mrs.m. Pulst.15 Argyle Street
Kings Cross, Central London
WC1H 8EQ
United Kingdom

Hello,

Thank you for reading this letter. I am Mrs.m. Pulst here in the United Kingdom. I wish to use this correspondence to urgently seek your assistance in a sensitive but highly beneficial project. Before the death of my late husband whose details and person I cannot release at this point, he called my attention to some fund. He charged me to do my best in securing and handling this fund in the total sum of fifty-five MillionDollars (US$55Million).This amount of money is in cash and presently lodged with a security outfit overseas. My husband instructed me never to deal with anybody who had any relationship with my family in past, so I have decided to seek assistance overseas with the hope of finding a reliable and trustworthy partner with whom I can discuss an arrangement that I have put in place for securing the fund.

I promise to give you some % of the total sum for you assistance in this project, if you agree to help me. You shall also assist to invest in some lucrative business on behalf of my family and receive 10%^ of the annual after profit from investment. I shall furnish you with the details and information you will need to accomplish this task. Please be rest assured that this arrangement is absolutely risk free And cannot implicate you in any way.I implore you to handle this matter with urgency and utmost confidence even if you do not intend to execute the project for me. Whatever the case, please acknowledge receipt of this mail. If your response is positive we shall proceed immediately without any delay.

Thank you in anticipation of your cooperation and hoping to hear from you soonest.

Yours sincerely,
Mrs.m. Pulst.



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Nigerian Spam » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005


Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Mrs.m. Pulst

 

From: maie3@zipmail.com.br
To: maie3@zipmail.com.br
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 11:00:19 +0000
Subject: from maie
Mrs.m. Pulst.15 Argyle Street
Kings Cross, Central London
WC1H 8EQ
United Kingdom

Hello,

Thank you for reading this letter. I am Mrs.m. Pulst here in the United Kingdom. I wish to use this correspondence to urgently seek your assistance in a sensitive but highly beneficial project. Before the death of my late husband whose details and person I cannot release at this point, he called my attention to some fund. He charged me to do my best in securing and handling this fund in the total sum of fifty-five MillionDollars (US$55Million).This amount of money is in cash and presently lodged with a security outfit overseas. My husband instructed me never to deal with anybody who had any relationship with my family in past, so I have decided to seek assistance overseas with the hope of finding a reliable and trustworthy partner with whom I can discuss an arrangement that I have put in place for securing the fund.

I promise to give you some % of the total sum for you assistance in this project, if you agree to help me. You shall also assist to invest in some lucrative business on behalf of my family and receive 10%^ of the annual after profit from investment. I shall furnish you with the details and information you will need to accomplish this task. Please be rest assured that this arrangement is absolutely risk free And cannot implicate you in any way.I implore you to handle this matter with urgency and utmost confidence even if you do not intend to execute the project for me. Whatever the case, please acknowledge receipt of this mail. If your response is positive we shall proceed immediately without any delay.

Thank you in anticipation of your cooperation and hoping to hear from you soonest.

Yours sincerely,
Mrs.m. Pulst.



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