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« on: Mar 01, 2009 at 21:50 »

Quote from: random email I got
From Miss mariam komo.
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire.
West Africa.Avenue 12 Rue Reine Abla Poku,
12 Bp 7854 Abj 12, Cote D'Ivoire.
Dearest one,
It is my pleasure to write you after  consideration,  since I can not be able to see you face to face, at first,  please I need your help.  I am Miss Mariam Komo, the only Daughter of late Mr & Mrs Richard Komo, from  Cote D'Ivoire. (I am 22years of age.) My father was a liability Cocoa and Gold merchant in Abidjan Cote D'Ivoire before his untimely death.  After his business trip to Tunisia, to nagociate on a cocoa and gold business he wanted to invest in Tunisia,  a week after he came back  from Tunisia, he got an accident with my mother of which my mother died instantly but my father died five days after in a private hospital. On that faithful afternoon, I didn t know that my father was going to leave me after I had earlier lost my mother,  but before he gave up the ghost, it was as if he knew he was going to die.  He my father, (MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE)  he called me to his bed side and told me that he deposited the sum of ($6,500,000.00) Six Million Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars in a bank here in  Cote D'Ivoire.  That the money was meant for his cocoa and Gold business he wanted to establish in Tunisia,  according to my father he deposited the money in a fixed suspense account using my name as the next of kin, He instructed me to seek  for a reliable and trust worthy business partner for my life time investment abroad.  Now I have succeeded in locating the deposit documents and the bank where this money is here in Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire.  Due to war in my country  Cote D'Ivoire., I am now seeking for your assistance to help me transfer this money out from my country Cote D'Ivoire to your account abroad so that we should invest it in any meaningful and lucrative business in your country because this is my only hope in life.  I am willing to offer you 15% of the total fund if only you can help me out of my present predicame. I seek your assistance in the follwing ways:
(1.) To provide a bank account where this money can be transfered into.
(2.) To make arrangements for me to come over to your country after the successful transfering of this money into your account, to come and further my education.
(3.) To help invest this money in a profitable business since I am only 22yrs of age and do not know much about business.
(4) To sponsor me transfer this money into your account,
(5). I want you to promise me that you are not going to betray me after the money gets into your account. The worst part of it is that my uncle is trying to kill me over this money because I refused to hand him over the documents covering this money, He has sold all my father's landed properties including his cars which rightful belong to me and now he want me to hand over the banking document of my father in my possesion which I refused. Now he said that he will have this money by all means even if it means killing me, so because of this I ran away from home and hide in a hotel,pending when this money will be transfered so that I can leave the country for my safty. Please reply
Thank's and God bless you.
Yours sincerely,   Miss mariam komo

Personally, I hate nagociations, but still. They took his cocoa job?  THEY TOOK HIS COCOA JOB!

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« Reply #1 on: Mar 01, 2009 at 22:06 »

Damn, it breaks my heart.  I'm gonna help this kid!  Who doesn't like some hot cocoa and gold?

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« Reply #2 on: Mar 01, 2009 at 22:11 »

Is it Santo Gold?

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« Reply #3 on: Mar 01, 2009 at 22:55 »

All that legwork and with a crappy 15% commish?  Morty Seinfeld wouldnt approve of that deal on bit!

before he gave up the ghost

I think i "give up the ghost" everytime im face down in the shitter from too much Johnny black.

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« Reply #4 on: Mar 02, 2009 at 10:56 »

"On that faithful afternoon,"

Faithful, fateful....whatever, it's pretty much the same thing.

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« Reply #5 on: Mar 02, 2009 at 12:00 »

Happy reading!

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