Sunday, July 23, 2017


419 scams

Hi Dear,
I hope my letter meets you in good health. Please do not be offended to receive this email from me, I am contacting you due to my present situations so that you will come to my aid. I am Miss Sarah Bright from Ivory Coast, my father late Mr.John Bright was shot dead during the last political crisis in my country. Right now i'm an orphan and had no brother, or sister or mother. I need your help to transfer the sum of US$8,500,000.00M (Eight million Five hundred thousand United States Dollars) which i inherited from my late father. My late father acquired the money genuinely through his Gold business in the country and deposited it in a fixed deposit account in the bank with my name as next of kin before his death.

I met with the bank and they need me to appoint my guardian or caretaker who will receive the money on my behalf due to my age, because my late father signed agreement bond with the bank that in case of his death the bank should not release the money to me until i reach 25 years old. But i have right to appoint reliable person of my choice to receive the money from the bank on my behalf.
Presently, my wicked uncle is threatening my life everyday over my late father's properties, and i decided to run away from the family house with all documents of the deposit to hide myself somewhere in my country where he cannot locate me. I want to travel out of my country as soon as possible to further my education and invest the money.

Dear, I want to choose you as my guardian or investment partner and present you to the bank for the release and transfer of the money into your account so that I will come over to your country to live and continue my education while you help me to invest the money in good business. I am willing to reward you with 20% of the total money after successful transfer into your account for your help. I promise to keep my discussion with you confidential while you help me to handle the transaction with the bank. I wait for your reply urgent for way forward.

Miss. Sarah Bright.