Yet another in a long line of scammers who thinks his “message will definitely come to you as a pretty surprise”.  I have a, not so pretty, surprise for him.  I get scam emails all the time.  They aren’t a surprise.

As for the millions of dollars, the only money the scammer is interested in is yours – which he is hoping you will start sending him.

Dear Sir/Madam,

My message will definitely come to you as a pretty surprise as we have not
met before. Notwithstanding, the circumstances surrounding my plight
compels me to contact you for a serious business transaction.

Briefly, my name is Fawaz Hussein, Personal Assistant to the late
Lt.Muammar Al Gaddafi, President of Libya, who was killed by the Nato
Forces led by Lt.Gen.Charles Bouchard, here in Sirte Libya.

When late Lt.Muammar Al Gaddafi, saw that we had indeed lost power to the
Nato Forces led by Lt.Gen.Charles Bouchard here in Libya, he directed me
to look for an escape route by moving cash outside that will help us soon
as we are able to leave the country. His instruction was successfully
carried out and the sum of US$65 million, was successfully moved in cash
to a safe custody.

Now that Lt.Muammar Al Gaddafi, is dead and as his personal assistant i
have no free movement, i am therefore, contacting to entrust the US$65
million in your hands and would want my share of the money invested in
lucrative ventures for me.

I will give you full details of the transaction soon as i receive your
positive response and most importantly, an assurance from you to protect
and enhance my interest on your receipt of the money.

Looking forward to your positive response as well as doing business with you.

Yours faithfully,

Fawaz Hussein

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