Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Mr. David Cooper: From Mr. David Cooper

From: "david cooper" Add to Address Book
Subject: From Mr David Cooper.
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 03:15:42 +0200

From Mr. David Cooper,
73b Lavenham Court
Upper Richmond Road Putney,


Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your personal
although I wish to use this medium to get in touch with you first
it's fastest means.I am a staff in the accounts section of a known bank
in the United Kingdom.

In one of our peroidic auditing I discorved a dormant accounts with
balance of £15,000,000(Fifteenn Million British Pounds)whaich has not
operated for the past three years.From my investigations and
confirmations,the owner of this account,a foreigner by name Dr.George
Brumley died in July 19,2003 go through this site for more
clearifications: ,and since then nobody has done
as regards the claiming of this money because he has no family members
are aware of the existence of neither the account nor the funds.

I have secretly discussed this matter with a top senior minister
official of
the federal ministry of finance here and we have agreed to find a
foreign partner to deal with us although due to his possition he did
want to take active part but as soon as you follow my instructions
everything will be successfull because we will be woking hand in hand
him.We thus propose to do business with you,standing in as the next of
of these funds from the deceased and after due legel processes have
followed the fund will be released to your account without deley and we
use it for investment and to assist the less privelaged in the society.

This transaction is totally free of risk and troubles as the fund is
legitimate and does not originate from drug,money laundry, terrorism or
other illegal act.On receipt of your response I will furnish you with
detailed clarification as it relates to this mutual benefit
look forward to hearing
from you as soon as possible if you are interested.


Mr. David Cooper.

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