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#16857 by Breakwind Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:24 pm
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I have a new email address!
You can now email me at: [email protected]



- Good Day my Dear Friend, I am much delighted and privileged to Contact you again. It takes faith, courage and fear of God to remember old friends and show gratification for the time shared together in the past irrespective of the circumstances that punctuated our intension to actualize things. I take this liberty to inform you that the transaction we were pursing together has finally worked out by God's infinite mercy and favour. I decided to contact you to let you share from the good news and help me in thanking God for the abundance grace and favour that are flowing and moving all over me.I am happy to inform you that I am in capital city of South-Korea for numerous business negotiations and investments. I arrived on 10th of last month where I am undergoing intensive Property and Capital investment project with the foreign firm that helped me in realizing this transaction. In appreciation of your dogged efforts towards my proposal then, I have raised a duly signed, sealed, and Certified International Bank Cheque, to the tune of USD$1,500,000.00 (ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) only in your name as COMPENSATION for your dedication, humility and contribution in the past. You are required to contact my secretary at the below contact address; Mr.Ben Worlker (E-mail:[email protected])He will advise you further about the shipment of the check to your Residence/Office Address. Urgent response shall be appreciated. Sincerely Yours, Dr Charles p. Collins.
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