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Carolina Jones Attachment Message

Miss Carolina Jones sends a ridiculous fraud message.

from Carolina Jones <carojoness85@gmail.com>

to xcdustin@gmail.com

date Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 9:52 AM

subject Re: Greetings and thanks for reply

mailed-by gmail.com

signed-by gmail.com

hide details 9:52 AM (1 hour ago)

Hello dear Dustin,

Thanks for your letter, I am happy to read from you. How is life. I hope that you are in atmosphere of peace and love. It is amazing that we have a chance to meet this New Year. My name is Carolina I am single 25 years old. I come from Liberia western part of Africa, but presently residing in Senegal due to the political crisis that happened in my country. I studied nursing so sometimes I work in motherless babies home and plait hair for women to earn a living here in Senegal.

I am afraid to tell you this but I am ready to open myself up to you because every good relationship is based on love, trust and honesty. I hope you will not let me down? My late father Dr Bugiba Jones was a reputable business man who operated in the capital of Sierra Leone and Guinea in exportation of gold dust and precious stones during his life time but he was killed when rebels attacked our house one early morning living my mother and my father in cold blood making me an orphan.

Before my father died, he told me he kept a huge sum of money in the Bank with my name as the next of kin and he made an agreement with the bank that in case of death or any eventuality the money must be released to me through a guardian with my instructions. All I need to transfer this money is to present you as my guardian so that the bank can release the money to you. This is why I want you to stand as my guardian so that the bank can transfer my inheritance to you as my life depends on it right now.

After the transfer you'll help me to relocate to your country for the investment and to continue my life and education under your care. Please permit me to ask these few questions:

1. Can you honestly help me from your heart?

2. Can I completely trust you?

3. What percentage of the total money ( US$5.9M ) will be good for you after the money is transferred to your bank account and I come over to meet you?

I need a trustworthy person who can take good care of me, a good person who will make use of my inheritance and get me through in life. You can reach me through my telephone number (00221768715008) anytime and I will attach my pictures for you. Consider these and get back to me. Please I am waiting to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Carolina

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