Scam #137 4/23/2019 1:20:00 PM

Good Day!

My name is Mr. Edward Wakaso I am a banker and a regional manager of a
bank here in Ghana. I need your help to transfer a sum of
US$7,500,000.00 into your account as my foreign partner.

The fund is part of the profits made by our bank past 4 years in the
branch where I am the manager. I have already submitted annual report
for last year to my bank headquarters in Accra - Ghana, and they did not
notice the excess profits. I deposited this said US$7,500,000.00 in an
escrow account without a beneficiary (Anonymous), to avoid any trace.

I cannot be directly connected to this fund because I'm still working
with the bank. So, I need your help to transfer this funds into your
account in your country for you and I to share. I offer you 45% of this
funds as my foreign partner and 55% will be for me. There is no risk
because it will be a bank to bank transfer. So, I want you to stand as
the owner of this fund so that you can present a foreign bank account
where the funds can be transferred to you as my foreign partner.

If you accept this proposal, I am prepared to go into partnership with
you. Please kindly reply to me for more information on how to proceed.

Sincerely,

Mr. Edward Wakaso.

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