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November 10, 2013

Francisca Elka <>

Hello My Dear,

I am writing this mail with tears and sorrow, hoping that my situation will touch your heart for you to come to my rescue. Firstly I am emailing you from the guess house where I am now staying. My name is Miss.Francisca Elka, originated from Ivory Coast,I will discuss details of my proposition once I receive your reply.

Meanwhile my late father is a wealthy cocoa merchant After the burial of my father, The family members has threatened to kill me because of the money my late father deposited in one of the deposit house in UK London in my name as the next of kin before his dead which amount is (10.5 Million Euros)

The Director of the deposited company told me that my father’s instruction to the Vault Company is that the consignment will be release to me only when I should present a trustee who will help me invest the money.

More so, I will like to disclose much to you if you can help me to relocate in your country because my family members has threatened to assassinate me. Moreover, you will also help me by recommending a nice investment in your country. It is my intention to compensate you with 20% of the total amount for your services and the balance shall be my capital in your establishment for investment purposes on these areas:

1) Telecommunication
2) The Transport Industry
3) Five Star Hotel
4) Real Estate Management

I await your soonest response.
Respectfully yours,

I am waiting to hear from you soonest with my email id: Email < >

Yours Sincerely,

Miss.Francisca Elka.


Con el cuento de que te enviará dinero lo que el estafador realmente quiere es que *tú* le envíes dinero a *él*. Para ello te dirá que antes de enviarte todo ese dinero *tú* tendrás que pagar la “transferencia internacional” o algún otro cuento. Desde luego que después de enviarle dinero jamás volverás a saber de él, porque ya consiguió su objetivo: un tonto que le envíe dinero.

El dinero que supuestamente tiene para enviarte no existe y jamás existió. Es un cuento, un cuento para conseguir que los tontos ambiciosos le envíen dinero.

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