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Check this out!!! This was in my inbox

From: zeinab
To: dan the oil man
Subject: Miss Zeinab Karim
Date: Fri, 2007-05-11 14:55

Miss Zeinab Karim
Cote D'Ivoire

Dear Respectiful,

It is my pleasure to write you after much consideration, since I cannot be able to see you face to face at first.
Being the only dauther of my father, late Mr. Hamed Karim from KWATANATAL ZULU in Republic of South Africa (SA)My father was limited liability Cocoa and Gold merchant in JOHNESBOURG South Africa before his
untimely death. After his business trip to Abidjan-Côte d´Ivoire, to nagociate on a cocoa and gold business he wanted to invest in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire. A week after he came back from Abidjan, he got an accident with my mother of which my mother died instantly but my father died after five days in a private hospital on that faithful afternoon, I didn´t know that my father was going to leave me after I had lost my mother, but before he gave up the ghost, it was as if he knew he was going to die.He my father, (MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE) he disclosed to me that he deposited sum of $10,000,000,00 US Dollars (TEN MILLION DOLLARS) in a security company here in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire. That the money was meant for his cocoa and Gold company he wanted to establish in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire though, according to my father he deposited the money in a trunk box but declared it as vital family belongings. He single handed me the key of the box and the deposit certificate and instructed me to seek for a reliable and trust worthy business partner for my life time investment abroad. Now I have succeeded in locating the security company here in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire also confirmed the items with most honest and confidentiality. Now I am soliciting for your assistance to help me in retrieving this box from the Security Company and to open an account here from where it will then be transferred into your bank account in your country for investment purpose in any meaningful lucrative business in your country because this is my only hope in life.Lastly what percentage of the total amount will be good for your assistance.

Now permit me to ask these few questions:-
1. Can you honestly help me?
2. Can I completely trust you?
3. What percentage of the total amount in question will
be good for you after the money is in your account?

Awaiting anxiously to hear from you so that we can discuss the modalities of this transaction.

Please reply me through my private email address (zhermed_zhamed@yahoo.it)

I await your immediate response.

Yours sincerely.

Miss Zeinab Karim

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He said firefighters battled the blaze for two hours to bringing it under control. An electrical problem ignited fuel, touching off the blast.
Qotnu said the captain and 11 other survivors were being questioned by authorities.
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