Please think about this offer.

Chantal Akissi chantal_akiss20 at
Thu Nov 29 15:50:15 UTC 2012

Dearest one,

 Thanks for your attention and I pray that my decision to contact you will be given genuine approval. I humbly write to solicit for your partnership and assistance in the transfer and investment of my inheritance funds from my late father who died mysteriously.

My late father was poisoned to death by my wicked uncle during his visit to Africa where he has his cocoa and coffee company. I am the only child and daughter of my parents and I lost my mother when I was barely a year. After the death of mother, my father refused to re-marry another wife despite all persuasion by friends and relatives, because he felt solely responsible for my mother's death, as he only concentrated on his business affairs without paying attention to domestic/family affairs.

 But he ensured that I had everything that I wanted. It was as a result of this that he made me the next of kin to his fund deposit he made in a bank so that I should have a direct access to the funds if some thing happens to him.

  I am presently in Paris, France. I have had a telephone discussions with the director of the bank where my father deposited the funds in Cote d'Ivoire in regards to my plans use the funds for investments. The bank director assured me that the funds will be released to me once I have someone who would be honest and willing to receive the funds on my behalf, they shall commence all proceedings to effect the release and transfer of the funds into the person's designated account. Once you signify your interest to partner with me, I shall be giving you more details such as my photo, address, telephone number, amount involved, documents relating to the transaction and the bank's contact information before we can continue.

In conclusion, I will want us to make an offer of ten percent of the total money to orphans and less previllage ones in your country.

Your urgent response will be appreciated.

Best Regards
Miss Chantal
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