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Dear Friend

November 16, 2013

Rita Benson <allisange@derpymail.org>

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Dear Friend

Dear, I am writing you this letter in confidence believing that you will not betray the trust & confidence i am putting on you even through we’ve not meet before. My name is Miss Rita Benson..  from republic of Sierra Leone, My late father was the former Sierra Leone director of mines and energy. He died iacn political crisis in my country, where my mother died when i was a baby and before my Father died in hospital, He secretly called me before he died and told me that He deposited the sum of $7.5million us dollars in a Finance House, which he used me as the next of kin in case of death or incapacitation.

I want you to stand as my late Father’s foreign business partner in which this fund can be release to you and me. However I have concluded to compensate you with 30% of the total sum for your assistance as long as you will handle the transaction in good faith and utmost trust. Now I have decided to withdraw the deposit fund for any possible investment only abroad hence my contacting you. Please, your quick responds will be highly appreciated as I have concluded arrangements, also you will assist me to come over to your country to further my education again.

soon as I hear from you I will send to you every other required information that will enable you to have more knowledge of this exercise, please kindly forward your full contact details to me on your respond to enable me use it write/submit an application letter of claim/nomination to the finance house and introduce you as my foreign partner or representative.

(1) Full Name,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
(2) Home Address,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
(3) Country,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
(4) Age And Occupation,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
(5) Phone Number And Fax,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

I look forward for your immediate reply through.
My PRIVATE E-mail
Thanks and God Bless you.

Yours Faithful,
Miss  Rita Benson

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El fulano quiere estafar. Con el cuento de que te enviará dinero lo que realmente quiere es dinero. No sabe tu nombre, ni tu dirección, ni tu teléfono, ni tu edad, ni tu ocupación, ni el país donde vives, nada de nada. Lo único que sabe es tu e-mail y ese lo pudo haber obtenido de un montón de lugares.

Lo que el estafador hace es enviar exactamente el mismo mensaje a cientos de miles o millones de e-mails esperando que algunos de los receptores sean muy tontos y le crean el cuento y le envíen dinero.

Porque si respondes su mensaje el estafador te dirá que antes de enviarte todos esos millones de dólares *tú* tendrás que enviarle dinero a *él*. ¿Su excusa? que *tú* deberás pagar la “transferencia internacional”, los “gastos bancarios” o algo así. Desde luego que tú podrás enviarle todo el dinero que te pida pero él jamás te enviará un centavo. Y es que el estafador solamente recibe dinero, él jamás envía. Los que envían son los tontos y el estafador no es un tonto sino un tipo que se aprovecha de los tontos, de los tontos ambiciosos que se creen el cuento de que en pocos días recibirán millones de dólares.

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