From: anna philippe <email@example.com>
Date: March 31, 2012
Subject: From Anna Philip
From Anna Philip
Good day,i know this message may come to you as a surprise as i have never come into communication with you before. I am Anna Philip, the only daughter of my father , my father and mother was brutally kiiled along side with my brothers and sisters by the rebel troops who stormed our house during the resent politiocal crisis here in Cote d'Ivoire. I will say that, i was very furtunate to escape death, because i was not in our house when the rebels stormed our house. This is every sad incident, and unbearable lost , i saw my hole family killed and were burnt.
Right now, i don't wish to continue staying here in Cote d'Ivoire, that 's why i have contacted you, if you can help me out from this present situation, by securing a stay in your Country, and to live and stay with you as a guidian.I inherited a total sum of 14,000,000,00 Euro from my late father, this is
the money he deposited into a bank here before this incident happened. I am interested to invest this fund with you in your country into marine industry, like purchasing of fishing boats, hoping you will help me with this my project.
kindly forward all your contact activities to me for immediate decission on the investment program,before I will make your name available to the bank as my partner/Beneficiary to enable the bank arrange for the transfer of the money into your account in your country. However,i have with me the depostry slip issued to my daddy from the bank at the day he made the deposit of the money, which i saw in his save. For your assistance I will accept to offer you 30% of the total money as your own percentage immediately after transfer is done into your account. Please, this information's should be confidencial. Because of my security and of this money Please kindly contact me through this email: (firstname.lastname@example.org) Anticipating your immediate reply for more details
From Anna Philip
"Though the pen is mightier than the sword, the sword speaks louder and stronger at any given moment." - Sir Roger Fenwick