|Ahmed Tijani, e-mail, 11.04.2013 16:41|
( Ref: DGBCK /CODE: WE /G45 .)
Compliments of day to you, obviously this message might come as a surprise to you, but please consider it as a high priority issue, which will definitely change our destiny for good. My name My name is,Ahmed Tijani, the manager of auditing and accounting department of African Development Bank (ADB) Plc.
There is a Draft Account opened in my bank in 1988 by a long-time client of our bank Mr. Mohamed Mold, who was a foreigner from Lebanon, an Arab Citizen.
He was a businessman, a miner at Kruger Mining Company here in Cambodia, he was also a geologist and a mining consultant to several other mining conglomerates operating in Cambodia, china, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Vietnam all in Asia, before he passed away on the 17th December, 2003 by car accident with his wife and two children along Vietnam road,Leaving nobody as the next of kin or beneficiary of his account after his death.
I am aware of every details of his bank account from 1988 till date, and when the last deposit was made before his death. As a matter of fact the amount in this account is currently (Eighteen Million Four Hundred and fifty thousand Dollars (USD$18,450,000.00),waiting to be approved for immediate payment by the bank to any foreign account holder with accurate details concerning this account from 1988 till 2003, who has all that is needed to be his next of kin and beneficiary / inheritor.
In other words No withdrawal or deposit has been made since after his death till today in the account.
I want to present you as the next of kin to late Mr. Mohamed Mold because this money cannot be approved for payment into any local account, but can only be approved to a foreign account because it was insured and there is a
clause in the depository agreement between the Bank and Mr. Mohamed Mold which states that on No condition can any local withdrawals be made from this account unless an offshore transfer. In effect withdrawals can be made
only when the money has been transferred from the vaults of the bank to a foreign bank account, I want to remit this fund out as soon as possible to avoid the Cambodia Government from confiscating this money in line with the
Federal Edict Act of 1979.
If you are willing and capable of handling such amount in strict confidence and trust according to my instructions and advice for our mutual benefits, because this opportunity may not come our way again I will use my position and influence in our bank to secure all legal approvals and onward transfer of this money into you Please treat this information as highly confidential.
I have agreed to share the money as follows.
1. 25% for you (account owner)
2. 70% for me,
3. 5% for expenses,note,all expenses you might incur on the process to transfer the $70.4 million in your account will be paid back to you from the 5% mapped out.
with your complete and detailed particulars like name and your mailing address including telephone and fax numbers etc.such as -
Looking forward to hear from you.
Thanks and remain blessed.
The manager of auditing
African Development Bank,
|Klaatu, e-mail, 28.04.2011 05:22|
The aircraft carrier for which these aircraft were intended was to be called the Graf Zeppelin (not to be confused with the famous airship of the same name). It was under construction when WW-II began, and remained under construction at a reduced pace for sometime thereafter, but was never completed.
|Gabriel González Florín, e-mail, 28.01.2008 21:47|
The picture shows units that belonged to the Chilean Air Force (Fuerza Aérea de Chile, FACh). It is said that this aircraft had a very good reputation during its operating years under chilean flag, and that due to the commitments acquired by the chilean government with the U.S. during the S.W.W. all surviving airplanes were literally axed down in order to recieve U.S. built material and assistance. Thus there are no chilean survivors.