Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Business suggestion

From Mailamutu Martins,
(BOA) cotonou, Benin Republic.

I believe that you will not betrayed me at last with the trust I intend
putting on you now...

A foreigner, Late Engr. Noel Coleman (snr) An iron steel company chairman
with the Federal Government here in Benin Republic and a gold merchant
until his death some years ago in Auto Crash, He deposited with us some
amount of money worth $52.7 MILLION USD (Fifty Two Million, Seven Hundred
Thousand United States Dollars), the Bank now expects a next of kin as
beneficiary of this Fund and Valuable efforts are being made by GROUP BANK
OF AFRICA (BOA) to get in touch with any of the MAHMUD ALI'S family or
relatives but to no avail.

It is because of the perceived possibility of not being able to locate any
of Late Engr. Noel Coleman (snr)'s next of kin (He died along with his
wife and had no children that is known to us). The management under the
influence of our chairman and members of the board of directors, have made
arrangements for the fund to be declared "Unclaimed» and subsequently be
used to import ammunition's and other dangerous weapon's into the

However, In order to avert this negative development, I now seek your
permission to have you stand as next of kin or business partner to late
Engr. Noel Coleman (snr) so that the fund $52.7 MILLION USD will be
released and transferred into your account as the beneficiary.

All documents and proofs to enable you get this fund has been carefully
worked out. I have secured from the probate an order of mandamus to locate
any of the deceased beneficiaries, and more so, I am assuring you that
this business is 100% risk free evolvement. The fund will be for
investment purposes anywhere according to agreement between me and your
good self.

As soon as I receive an acknowledgment of the receipt of this my business
proposal from you, I will furnish you with the necessary disbursement
ratio to suite both parties, If this proposal is acceptable by you.

Looking forward to your urgent response through my personal email

Best regards,

Mr Mailamutu Martins

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