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Saturday, February 28, 2015

419 scam email from Nnkaki Vaye NNkaki VEYE Charce Johnson

from: charce johnson <> 
date: Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 3:21 PM
subject: urgent reply

Dear   Sir/Madam
Please sorry for writing you this, Sir, without prior acquaintances. It is due to the pressing nature of me and my family members needing great assistance from you. My name is Nnkaki  Vaye the Son of the Deputy Minister of Public Works, Mr. Isaac Nuhan Vaye of Liberia in West Africa.

Our Father was falsely accused of plotting to remove the then President of Liberia (Charles Taylor) from office. Without trial, Charles Taylor killed him. You can verify this from your country. You can also check in some of the international newspapers posted in the
web sites below:

Before my father was killed, he moved out the sum of us$ 10.5m And Gold 175kg (Ten Million  and Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) through a diplomatic means, and deposited it with a Volt Company  in  All that is needed is for you is to act as my late Fathers oversea partner to claim the consignment from the Volt  company. The cash was carefully packaged in a trunk box and deposited as Artifacts with the Volt Company.

The Volt Company based on my instructions will release the fund to you on the fact that you will be presented as our oversea partner who will be fronting for us in area of business you deem profitable.Please for your information the Volt Company do not know the contents as it was booked as non disclosure consignment.If you are willing to assist me this matter, I shall give you 20% of the total sum for your assistance, 75% for me and my family to invest in your country and a further 5% will be mapped out for any expenses that we may incurred in the process of this transaction. I  need your full support and co-operation for the  success of this transaction.I plead with you to treat this issue confidential and urgent because it is delicate and it demands a great degree of secrecy.

If my proposal interests you, please forward your reply including your telephone number and fax number to me so that I can call you for more details about the transaction. Hoping  to here from you.

Yours Sincerely,                   
NNkaki   VEYE.

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