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#4515 by Obi-Wan Knievel Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:58 pm
I'm sure neither a registered bank or a country's military would notice a paltry sum like $20 million going missing. :D

from Grant Kvalheim <amn4013>
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date 12 August 2008 09:21
subject CALL FOR ASSISTANCE


I am Mr. Grant Kvalheim top senior bank official of the foreign remittance department Amalgamated bank in London (affiliated with Barclays bank London)

I am in charge of the federal reserves account and auditing ,during the course of auditing some account, I discovered that a particular account has been lying dormant for some time, and this account was used by the military back in 1998-/2000,the total some in that account is $20.5m dollars.

Finally the reason why I contacted you is that I don't want the Government and my bank to know that I discovered such huge amount in a dormant account, one good thing is that I will use my position here to transfer this fund into your bank account through amalgamated internet banking online.

Please if you are interested to assist me transferring the money into your bank account feel free to contact me.

Waiting to hear from you.

Regards,

Mr. Grant Kvalheim

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