Tuesday, 13 January 2009

Investment Capital Enquiry

Mr Frank Bundu has a client who wants to make a substantial investment in my country.  He doesn't give me details as he wants to know if this email is functional.  I can see that could be a problem if you've bought a large list of email addresses to send your scam to.  The scammer who sold you the list is hardly likely to care if the addresses on it are functional.

Mr Bundu doesn't want to invest money - he wants to take it from you in the form of advance fees.  If you don't believe me, take a look at this victim's story.

Delete the email and don't reply.


We are brokering an Investment deal in your country on behalf of a client of our firm. This deal will involve the eventual investment of USD 25 M. (Twenty Five Million Dollars) in your country.

We are by this letter offering you our partnership, so as to allow us have you as representative and manager of invested funds in your country.

Since we can not determine if this email is still functional and also your willingness, we have kept this proposal brief.

If you are Interested in this offer of partnership, please respond and give us your full contact details plus company profile, and in response we will send you an elaborate proposal and details of this offer.

Your expedient response will be appreciated.

Thank you.
Frank Bundu
Public Relation Officer/Logistic Head.
Gristmill Investment C

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