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Old 05-16-2012, 08:57 PM
"Gui Anvanith"
Default ****SPAM**** MEDIUM * Hello My Friend ,

I'm sorry for interfering into your privacy without seeking for permission. However, I decided to contact you in good faith, with utmost assurance that you will never regret giving your attention to this mail. My name is Mr. Gui Anvanith. I'm the Director in charge of audit and account unit department with a Bank here in Cambodia. you will know me more as we go on.

In April 2006, Prof. Lu Yunpeng, a multimillionaire and president of Henan-based Yunpeng Cultural Development Co Ltd China moved some cash from Europe to my bank. The fund arrived during the time Lu Yunpeng was been tried for murder in China . As his account officer he instructed that I should put a hold on the fund that was supposed to go to China pending on the outcome of his trial.

In May 2006 he was sentenced to death and the fund remained unclaimed till date. As his account officer I was aware that nobody knows about this fund movement except his cousin who was also sentenced to death with him.

Please click this link for your own perusal: http://en.ce.cn/National/Local/200605/18/t20060518_7005764.shtml

I want to utilize this opportunity and make use of this fund by transferring the money to you, then we proceed for the sharing. I want to work with you on it.

Please reply back and lets benefit from this golden opportunity. You are my first contact. I shall wait for days and if I do not hear from you, I shall look for another person.


Mr. Gui Anvanith.


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