Dear Sir/Madam

I am engineer Frank Chukwuka. an engineer with the federal ministry of petroleum Resoures,I got your contact through a friend whom I told I needed an assistance on some information,although I did not disclose the nature of business to him,since itdemands absolute secrecy.

The tiny Republic of benin a country in west africa discovered crude oil,black Gold in port-novo and since they are not members of ORGANIZATION OF PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRY(OPEC)they reqested for our assistance through our ministry whose subsidiary is the (NNPC),we were able to assist in drilling and excavating of this black Gold and also spot lifting. As a result of the spot lifting an escess of(us$50.5m)fifty million five hundred thousand united states Dollars was recorded and it is in our favour,my colleagues then decided we should look for an honest and sincere person who would clear responsibility of this amount because the law of our country does not allow civil servants to operate foreign account.presently the money is safely kept in an escrow account secure from all eyes. We shall be meeting with you if you accept to assist us,secondly it would also afford us to know what percentage that will be given to you,for your assistance.It will take seven working days to actualize this project and safely transfer into your bank account on our behalf and yourself. I will appreciate your quick response through my email address, Iam open to further question you may wish to ask in respect of this business transaction.Please kindly send your private telephone and fax numbers.

Best Regards,
Engr. Frank Chukwuka

You know for an engineer with the “federal ministry of petroleum Resoures“, my good friend Frank really has the worst< spelling, grammar, and punctuation of anyone in recent memory. What's more, my good friend Frank who got my contact through a friend, still addresses me as Sir/Madam. Seriously now, if you’re going to try and scam me, at least don’t be so sloppy. Perhaps they might take me on as a consultant…

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