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From: Terry Mark <[email protected]>
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To whom it may concern,

I'm Mr. Terry Mark.
I choose to reach you through e-mail, as it is the fastest medium of
communication irrespective of the fact that it has been greatly
abused. I deem it necessary to introduce you to a lucrative business
opportunity. I'm talking of crude oil trading! This is considered as
the most legitimate and fastest money making machinery anyone can setup.

A crude oil lifting license gives the owner the mandate of the
National Oil Company suppliers of the crude oil, to locate crude oil
buyers and arrange a buy/sale crude oil transaction between the oil
company and the crude oil buyers. The lifting license syndrome came
into place because the national oil company does not deal directly
with the buyers of the crude oil rather, they prefer to issue oil
lifting license allocations to individuals/companies to assist them to
market the crude oil which they produce. Anyone that owns an lifting
license from the local National Oil Company is entitle to a $2.00
commission from the oil company on each barrel of crude sold to the
buyer and another $1.00 commission from the buyer. In total, oil
lifting license owners receives a $3.00 commission on each barrel of
crude sold by the oil company. Please note that the commission rates
of $2.00 and $1.00 normally increases in times of crude oil scarcity.

The smallest license allocation/quantity one can procure from the
National Oil Company is for the sale of 500,000 barrels of crude
monthly/per transaction. This implies that 500,000 barrels of crude
oil will be assigned to the license owner for sale per month. This
allocation size will earn the license owner about $3.00 multiply by
500,000 barrels which is $1.5 million gross commissions monthly. If
one is lucky to secure a bigger allocation that means you will be
earning more commissions monthly. These commissions will be calculated
and paid to the license at the end of the sales transaction.

Currently a have an allocation for 2M Barrels of Bonny Light Crude Oil
with all the documents intact, but my partner passed on, so we are
saddled with the responsibility of finding a new partner who
understands the business, ready and financially capable to charter a
cargo for the lifting of the product and with an active bank account
any where in the world to receive payments accrued from the sales of
the product without any problems.

If you are interested and capable to partner with my company, please
indicate interest by sending us your reply and your company details as
I'm in Abuja Nigeria now to make changes in our contract with N.N.P.C.
You will also need to come to Nigeria for the signing of the contract
otherwise you will need a service of a Nigerian indigenous lawyer who
must be a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN).

Yours sincerely,
Terry Mark.

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