Being a freelance writer isn’t easy. If you think I’m “living the dream,” you’re crazy. I think I’m going to have enough money to cover my expenses in May—but just barely.
But soon, my money problems will be over. You see, I got this e-mail yesterday. Here I go sharing again.
I hope my email meets you well. My name is Dr. Gaius Obaseki, Former Group Managing Director Nigeria National Petroleum Co-operation. I have about $21 Million US dollars which is presently in a bank United State and United Kingdom. I have made necessary arrangement on how to move this fund from the banks.
I will want to present you as the rightfully owner of the fund and as unpaid contractor, all legal documents will be on your name. Presently, the new Government in Nigeria has seized most of my property and freezes all my accounts in the country, but nobody is aware of this fund except my wife.
The most important thing is that can we trust you? Once the funds get to your custody, you take 4% and 55% for me and my family until we arrive in your country, 5% will be for the privileges provided that you will work according to my instruction. Your own part of this deal is to find a safe place where this fund can be sent.
If you are interested I will furnish you with more details. But the whole process is simple and we must keep a low profile at all times.
Your urgent response is needed.
Thanks and be blessed.
Dr. Gaius Obaseki.
Former Group Managing Director (NNPC
Why the good doctor picked me out of all the people in the world to help him out, I don’t know, but I’m not going to question my good luck.
And yes, Dr. Gaius, You can certainly trust me with your money. Just like you, I have no intention of ripping anybody off.
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