NIGERIAN SCAM LETTER FROM
SENATOR DAVID MARK
Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2002 11:17 PM
Subject: ++ Please Help ++
My name is Senator David Mark, the executive
chairman Pension funds committee in the senate of the federal Republic Of Nigeria. I am writing you to earnestly Solicit for your assistance in helping to receive some sum of money. I got your e-mail address on the Internet while searching for a reliable and reputable person to handle this transaction.>
We have the sum of US$9,000,000.00 (Nine Million Dollars) that we intend to transfer overseas through the assistance of a foreign partner. This money came as a result of the unclaimed pension funds over the years due to the over invoiced claim put forward by my committee but the pensioners have already been paid for their claim. What is left is the over invoice amount of US$9,000,000.00 which has been deposited in a bank.
I have agreed to transfer the funds overseas for my campaign funding, private use and for investment purposes with your help. I am contacting you therefore, to stand in as the beneficiary to process this fund into your custody. I will provide you with 20% for assisting us and 5% to be set aside for reimbursement for expenses that may arise during the process of concluding the transaction.
The fund shall be transferred to you legally in accordance to all laid down procedures governing transfer of funds. I have perfected all modalities for the successful transfer of this money to you as the beneficiary. Finally, I have to reassure you that this transaction is risk free and should be kept absolutely confidential.
Presently, you can reach me by return mail, you should also include your telephone, fax and or cell phone numbers if any, for secured communication between us.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
I await your response.
Senator David Mark
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