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October 4, 2013



It is with profound respect and humble submission, I beg to state the following few lines for your kind consideration.I hope you will spare some of your valuable minutes to read the following appeal with sympathetic mind.I must confess that it is with great hope, joy and enthusiasm to write you this mail and I believe by the faith that it must surely find you in good condition of health.

My name is Falmata Mohamed Mala,A Nigerian citizen, female, age 22 years old. I`m the daughter of Late Hon. Mohamed Mala.Nur, a former member of the Transitional Federal Parliament here In Nigeria. My father was among the four(4) Administrative directors who were killed in a bomb attack on Tuesday 24 March 2012, by the rebel group from the northern part of the country called BOKO HARAM.I lost my mother long time ago, when I was just 6 years old and since then, my father loved me so dearly may he rest in peace and may the great God give him a safe entry in Paradise. Amen.

Before the death of my father, he told me that he made a fixed deposit of the sum of Ten Million Five Hundred thousand United States Dollars(10.5Million USD) in one of the Banks in here with my name as his next of kin.I have been advised by the bank to appoint a trustee that this money will be transferred to in his/her country according to their agreement with my late father.

Now, I am Soliciting your help for transfer of the money into your bank account and investment assistance in your Country. I have suffered lots of set back as a result of my parents death.Hence, I want to settle abroad to continue my studies and spend the rest of my life. Please consider my request as my life is being hugely affected .

Thanks a lot in anticipation of your prompt response.

Yours sincerely,
Falmata Mohamed Mala.


Este fulano (se hace pasar por una mujer pero es mucho más probable que sea un tipo) quiere estafarme con el viejo cuento de que me enviará varios millones de dólares. Dice que quiere enviar el dinero a mi país … pero en ningún momento dice cual es mi país ¿por qué no? porque no lo sabe, le envía este mismo mensaje a miles o millones de e-mails esperando que algunos de los lectores sean tan tontos como para creerle. A quienes le crean el cuento les dirá que antes de enviar todos esos millones el tonto deberá enviarle a *él*, al estafador unos cuantos dólares para pagar la “transferencia internacional”, “gastos bancarios” o alguna excusa similar. Claro que el dinero del tonto se irá para no volver, ¿y los millones prometidos? pues jamás le llegarán porque no existen y jamás existieron, el estafador se vale de ese cuento para conseguir que los tontos ambiciosos le envíen dinero a *él*, al estafador.

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