Anonymous vs Mrs. KONE OUMON
This is a fraud email, please be careful
My name is Mrs. KONE OUMON The regional manager of BIB Bank Burkina Faso. I am a America by birth,31 years of age and married with two children. Am from Burkina Faso
Although i am not comfortable to send this proposal to you because of increase in SCAM and FRAUD especially in Africa , but i am too sure that this is not Scam because you have access to confirm, provided you did not let my Bank know the source of your information. I have pack agenda financial transaction that will benefit both of us. As the regional manager of the bank, it is my duty to send financial reports to my head office in the capital city of Burkina .On the course of the last year 2015 end of the year's report, i discovered that my branch in which i am the manager ,made twenty-four million us
dollars.($24,000,000.00 ) of which my head office is not aware and will never be aware of it. I have since then PLACED this fund in an ESCROW CALL ACCOUNT without a beneficiary. As the regional manager of the bank , I cannot be directly connected to this Money thus, i am Impelled to request for your assistance to receive this money into your bank account.
I intend to part 25% of this fund to you while 75% shall be for me and two officers who will assist me move the fund to your account. I do need to assure you that there are no risk involved in this Business. It’s going to be a ATM VISA CARD TRANSFER.
All i need From you is to stand as the original depositor of this fund. If you accept this offer, i will appreciate your timely response and then we shall discuss on how you will keep our share...
NB: Your early reply is highly welcomed and attach your profiles, such as your name and address, and also your contact telephone number for easy means of communication.
BIB Bank Burkina Faso
Mrs. KONE OUMON
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