From: “Jo Kamara” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <Email address deleted>
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2001 11:08 PM
FROM: Joseph Kamara
TEL: 225 07 04 34 12
ATTN : President/CEO
I know my message will come to you as a surprise. I wish to write you this letter of assistance believing that you will not betray the trust I’m to
impose on you.
By brief introduction, I am Joseph Kamara the only son of Alfred Kamara former chief of defense-staff of (Republic of Sirrea Leone).
I got your contact from a business magnet who told me to fill free to do any business with you that you are truthful and trustworthy and also your capability of handling this business. He made me to surmise totally that you must be such an erudite businessman full of ingenuity and human resources management.
My late father was killed just last year December following his role as a rebel leader against the past government of Sirrea Leone.
Following this political crisis, I and my mother were forced to live our country to Abidjan the capital city of Cote d’Ivoire for our dear life.
It is here in Abidjan he deposited ONE METALLIC TRUNK BOX in a Security Company. He registered it as an African Artworks as belonging to his foreign business partner who will come with the keys for the claim of the consignment. He did not disclose to the Security Company the real content of the box.
The box contain US$ 25,000.000.00 (Twenty Five Million United States Dollars ). To be honest with you, this is the only legacy left for me by my father which I am with the certificate of deposit and other necessary documents regarding this deposit.
I want to front you as the bonafide beneficiary of the consignment and claim the consignment for onward transfer of the Fund to your Bank Account abroad for onward investment in your Country. On the notice of your willingness to assist me, I will tell you the modalities we shall follow to ensure a smooth hitch-free transaction. Looking forward to hearing from you.
On behalf of the family