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1192. Eric Tener
Subject: Hello

Attn:From The Auditor
Head Of Department,
Bank of scotland,
london,United kingdom,
[Very Urgent Business Transaction}

Dear Partner,

In order to transfer out (Eighty Seven Million pounds sterling} from our bank here, I have the courage to look for a reliable and honest person who will be capable for this important transaction, believing that you will never let me down either now or in future. I am Mr. Eric Tener,the auditor and head of computing department of a bank here in london,united kingdom.

There is an account opened in this bank in 1995 and since my inception into office in 2001, nobody has operated on this account again, after going through some old files, I discovered that if i do not remit this money out urgently, it will be forfeited for nothing.

How the money came about: The owner of this account was one Mr. John Hughes who was a foreigner and the manager of Petrochemical service here in london, a chemical engineer by profession and he died since 1995.And then, since 2001,nobody knows about this account or anything concerning it,the account has no other beneficiary and my investigation proved to me as well that his company does not know anything about this account and the amount involved is(87,000,000.00)pounds.

I am only contacting you as a foreigner because this money can not be approved to any local bank here in london, but can only be approved to any foreign account because the money is pounds sterling. And the former owner of the account is John Hughes and he was a foreigner too.

Finally,at the conclusion of this business, you will be given 35% of the total amount,60% will be for me ,while 5% will be for expenses both parties might have incurred during the process of this transaction. Please your phone and fax number Will be highly needed for easy communication. You can send your response to my alternative email address:

Yours Sincerely,

Mr.Eric tener.

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