Wednesday, January 20, 2010

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Shermeteva . N Snizore

Dear Respected,

With Due Respect and Humanity, I was compelled to write to you under a humanitarian ground, however,this is not mandatory nor will I in any manner compel you to honour against your will.

Because of my relationship with my late husband, he told me before his death, about money he has in WEST AFRICAN ABIDJAN COTE D'IVOIRE where he goes to do his investment reasach. The money was in a box deposited with an agent in ABIDJAN COTE D'IVOIRE and the amount is US$10.5 million. He made me to understand that the money was deposited as a family valuable for security reasons, in this case the officials of the ABIDJAN security outfit does not know that the real content of the box is money.
Please I am contacting you to let you know my desire to establish a charity foundation in your country with this sum US$: 10.5 million (Ten million five thousand US Dollars) which I inherited from my late husband (Dr.Alfred Snizore)

It is my desire to see that this money is invested to any organization of your choice in your country and distributed each year among the charity organizations, motherless babys home, mosques, churches, Schools, supporting destitute aged men and women or whatever you may have in mind that will be to the benefit of the less fortunate.

I took this decision because I was raised from a motherless babys home and presently, I'm hospitalized here in (Cote D'lvoire) where I am undergoing treatment for my up coming breast cancer surgery operation.

Please reply as soon as possible to confirming your acceptance to this proposition so that I will give you all the relevant information's that will authorise the release and claim of the box to you as my duly assigned representative.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and I look forward hearing from you urgently.


Shermeteva . N Snizore

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