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#211125 by AlanJones Sun Jul 20, 2014 10:35 pm
From: Mr. Ibrahim Diallo, - [email protected]
Reply.to: [email protected]
Other Email: [email protected]
Tel. Nos.: +233548734013 & +233543585621

Hello, please is this your correct email address? If yes, then write to
me, I have a transfer of $ 4.5 million from a deceased account, please
provide me the following if you are interested: 1. your full name and
present address contact. 2. Direct Telephone, Fax and mobile Number.3.
Date of birth and occupation. As soon as I hear from you I will send you
details and draft application form. Finally after the success transfer
into your account the sharing is 60% 40% do you agree?

Mr. Ibrahim Diallo, Esq.
Attorney at law
Tel: +233548734013
Fax: +233543585621
E-mail: [email protected]
Managing partner of law firm-Diallo
Last edited by AlanJones on Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:01 am, edited 1 time in total.

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#211243 by AlanJones Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:00 am
From Ibrahim Diallo, Esq. - [email protected], sent by [email protected]

Dear Sir/Madam
Thanks for your response. I was almost discouraged over your late
response but glad kindly know that I contacted you in this
matter based of the fact that you bear the same surname (Brown) with
my late client whom you may not be related to him by blood but he is
of North American descent. The reason is I had sought for the
relatives of my client without success and instead of this funds /
inheritance being confiscated by the finance firm. I deemed it fit to
contact you, despite that I do not know you in person
but I am sure we can from here build a very solid relationship for
mutual benefit. Honestly this transaction if handled is capable of
fetching both of us something tangible. I will provide you with more
details based on your indicated level of interest to carry on.

I can assure you that there is very minimal risk involved as all the
documents relating to the fund will be successfully obtained in your
names, all we need to do is to present your names to the finance
firm where this fund was deposited and I will introduce you as my
“client's” next of kin and then I will back you up legally to win this
claim 100% legitimate in our favor.

For us to proceed, you are required to across to me the following
information's to proceed.

1. Your full names :
2. Date of birth :
3. Your Occupation :
4. Contact address :
5. Telephone/Fax numbers :
6. E-mail Address :

With this information's I will proceed by submitting your names to
the finance house in presenting you as the sole next of kin to my late
client for the subsequent release and transfer of the said deposited
fund to you.

Towards this end, I have resolved to offer you 45% of the total fund,
10% I suggest should be donated to the less-privilege while the
remaining 45% will be my own share of the splits.

In subsequent communication, I shall avail you with a copy of my valid
ID for your perusal and expect to receive your's in return.

Let me know your thoughts as I look forward to hearing back from you soonest.
Mr. Ibrahim Diallo, Esq.

Attorney at law
Tel: +233548734013
Fax: +233543585621
E-mail: [email protected]
Managing partner of law firm-Diallo

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#211720 by AlanJones Thu Jul 24, 2014 1:09 pm
Dear Sir, Can I trust you?


Mr. Ibrahim Diallo, Esq.
Attorney at law

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