Kindly Read This Email

[I received this most interesting and exciting email offer today. I will post my response in a few days. Gosh! What a great opportunity!]

Dear Sir/Madam,

I write to solicit your assistance and support to enable me executes a very lucrative and high profiting business transaction. I am very confidence that with trust and understanding, we can be able to execute this business to our mutual benefit and believe that you will not let down the trust and confidence I am willing to repose in you. I work for a London based public international firm (AXIM RDC); I work as the corporate affairs manager. Between the 17th -19th of January, 2008 a business seminar was held in Liver Pool of which I attended. While in the Seminar, I was opportune to meet Abi-Ad, the President of El Saage.

Abi-Ad is an accomplished and widely known and recognized Millionaire farmer in this part of the region. He has farms in different countries in Asia. But above all, he is one of the greatest suppliers of cattle, beef and other diary products in most of the Middle East countries. On getting to know my profession, Abi-Ad took me into confidence by informing me about the purchase of a particular but very important medicine for his cattle.

He informed me that he buys this product at $ 5,000.00 USD per carton, and that he mostly buys to the excess of 200 cartons. He informed me that he was only asking me to find out if my organization could source for him a cheaper supplier considering the recent trend of falls in the general price of beef in the world market which is affecting his business. Back in my office, I discussed this proposal with my boss and he decided to handle the supply by himself.

We carried out a market research and discovered that we could purchase this medicine some what cheaper in Africa for $2,000.00 USD per carton (Because 80% of the people there are into farming and crude oil production). We moved proposal to Abi-Ad to make the supply to them at $4,800.00 USD per carton of which he accepted. Owing to my role in the transaction, I had an agreement with my director to be receiving 20% of whatever gain is made on each supply of which he agreed. But on the completion of the supply and the receipt of the payment, my boss renegade on our agreement and refused to give me my share of the profit. Since then our relationship has been at its lowest ebb.

I have since accepted it as one of life experiences. However, as God would have it, recently, I intercepted a letter of request from Abi-Ad asking my boss to supply him with 2000 cartons of the same product within the next three weeks. I ceased the letter and this letter has not and will never get to my boss. I personally contacted Abi-Ad and informed him that I can introduce him to the producer who is ready to supply him the product at $4,400.00 USD if he will pay in advance as he usually does. He was very pleased and is right now waiting to be contacted by my partner/seller. We will buy the medicine at $2,000.00 USD from Africa and sell at $4,400.00 USD to Abi-Ad I will be entitled to 50% and you 50% of whatever profit we make. If you are interested and is capable of handling this supply with me, kindly get back to me urgently through my e-mail (dvdkuku@gmail.com) so that I can furnish you with the contacts of both our primary source in Africa and that of Abi-Ad.

Kindly be notified that at no point in time should Abi-Ad suspect that you are not the producer of the medicine and we should never allow him know the contact of our real source in Africa as not to allow him by cut us to deal directly with them.

I hope to receive your response and I thank you in anticipation of your cooperation.

Yours sincerely,
Mr. David Kuku.

2 Responses to “Kindly Read This Email”

  1. June 18th, 2008 | 1:31 pm

    I get several similar letters every week. What amazes me is that people actually fall for them and get ripped off.

    Oh and what is his e mail so I can become his partner?? I know this one is different!

  2. Kelly
    June 19th, 2008 | 7:43 am

    His email is right there in the letter someplace. I love his name… Kuku. hee hee

    And hey!! Cut that out! The opportunity is MINE, I tell you! Mine! ROFL