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Daniel Nwale Agriculture Scam Message

Daniel Nwale sends a scam message.

from Daniel Nwale <daniel.nwale40@gmail.com>

to

date Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 5:09 PM

subject I NEED AN ASSISTANCE IN YOUR COUNTRY.

mailed-by gmail.com

signed-by gmail.com

hide details Jan 19 (1 day ago)

Dear friend,

Am so sorry for invading your privacy.I got your address from your country's business directory where I was searching for a partner in your country. My name is Dr.Daniel Nwale,a business man from Zambia and a son of a former Foreign minister of Zambia.Am searching for a friend and a partner in your country whom I can build a good business and a long term relationship with. I believe you can assist and work with me. At the moment I’m in the United Kingdom I would like to extend my business in your country too if the opportunity is granted.

Your country is known for it steady economy growth and a good business environment for the past years.That is why I am planning to have an investment there if things moves perfectly to my expectation.I have chosen your country to be my next business extension on REAL ESTATE,AGRICULTURE OR IMPORT AND EXPORT BUSINESSES but I want to hear from you if possible to lead me to acquire a site for that. Presently I will need an apartment or a villa to buy for the purpose of setting an office for my business extension.If there is any opportunity of my requirement let me know as soon as possible.Our further negotiation will remittance when you respond to my needs and

hope to have long term relationship with you for interest of the coming future though we don't know ourselves. Hope to visit you soon

At this time,I will want you to tell me about yourself,your full names,what you do for a living(job) and indicating interest in this transaction,if interested.

I look forward to your reply and co-operation, and I thank you in advance as I anticipate your co-operation.

Regards,

DR.Daniel Nwale.

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