Dear Pal, 1

If someone really was going to send you $25m, do you think they would start their email with “Dear Pal”??  I don’t.  I think they would contact you formally through a legitimate lawyer.  Of course, if you’re a scammer, that doesn’t apply.

Dear Pal,

I do hope my email meets you well, I am LTC. Frank Newton U.S. Army in Iraq. I am writing you this email to ask for your agreement to receive the sum of $ 25 Million on our behalf.

The question is can I trust you? My partner and I are in need of a good partner, someone we can trust to actualize this venture and found your contact online. The money is from oil proceeds and legal. But we are transferring it via the safe passage way of a diplomatic courier without any risk or any string attached. If you are agreeable get yourself a deal and reply to my private email: f_newton1@aol.com

Once you receive the funds, keep low social profile and take an awesome reward of 30% and custody our share for further evaluation on whether you are good enough in our assessment to invest our share when we review your bu siness proposal. We seek your confidentiality in this business transaction and await your response as I wish to furnish you with more comprehensive details and what is required of you.

It is unfortunate that we cannot call you on the telephone for security reason, if you have a webcam, then we can have a face-to-face meeting and discuss.
I await your urgent reply.

Your Buddy,
LTC. Frank Newton.

One comment on “Dear Pal,

  1. Reply George L. Dec 19,2012 8:32 pm

    i Have Been Received the same email, They Want to Invest n Our Company, But i guess they are Scams.

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