Scam Emails and a bit of baiting

Foster Grant Did you receive my previous email regarding invest…

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From: Foster Grant <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 9 Sep 2017 04:30:22 -0400
Subject: Did you receive my previous email regarding invest...

Hello Dear,

I am in need of your assistance; I work with Eskom HoldingsLimited here in South Africa. I have about USD35Million US dollars that I wantto move out of the country.

I need a good partner, someone I can trust to actualize thisventure. The money is from Over invoiced Contract Sum and 100% Legal.

I will give you 35% of the total sum after transfer for assistingme while 5% will be mapped out for expenses that might arise during thetransfer process and 60% will be for me.

Respond to this letter for more details regarding to this deal.

Email: [email protected]
Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Foster Grant.

The Email contained an excessively large subject. For aesthethic reasons we have truncated the message in the title and reproduce the full subject below.

Did you receive my previous email regarding investment transfer from Eskom Ltd.

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