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Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 15:10:31 +0000
Subject: Hello
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We are small new firm engaged in export of goods to overseas
outside my country. We have won various small exports contract
at one time or the other, recently we were (engaged) contracted
to supply cocoa, and dried natural rubber to tire manufacturing
companies in Peru, US and Europe, which was successfully done.
However, in as much as we able to successfully carry out these
supplies, we experience difficulty remitting our proceeds from
the sale of these products home. This is due to the fact that
the fiscal policy in my country is very stringent and not
favorable. Small firms like ours are not allowed before six
months of operation, to open and operate a domiciliary account
in foreign currencies abroad through which we would have been
able to remit our proceeds home. To this end we seek a foreign
company or individuals who we can nominate as our partners to
receive our payments in their business/individual accounts on
our behalf and in turn send the money directly to us.
Thus we are willing to pay the individual or company 15% of the
total sum for their assistance. This 15% will not be a loss to
us instead we hope to incorporate these costs in our future
charges to our prospective customers overseas.
Currently we are not able to bring back home our funds totaling
USD98, 801:00 (ninety eight thousand, eight hundred and one
dollars) in Peru, US and Europe from export we just made. We
therefore solicit your assistance to help remit this money by
sending your account details viz: bank name, account number and
account beneficiary to us so that we can instruct our customers
to remit these monies directly to your account, or alternatively
the checks will be mailed to you. We also require that you send
us urgently your telephone and fax numbers for proper
communication prior to any transaction.
We are also hoping to build a long time business relationship
with you should you be interested. Once we have built our trust
on you, we will continue to straighten the business
relationship. We hope you can be of assistance to our company.
We are very much aware of various scams going on all over, and
as such we are assuring you that at no time you will be required
to pay or transfer funds that you have not received from our
customers to us. We are sincerely a legitimate entrepreneur
seeking for a trustworthy foreign partner.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Mr Micheal Jones