Scam Emails and a bit of baiting

Esther Jakoma Good day dearest friend

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From: Esther Jakoma <[email protected]>
Reply: Esther Jakoma <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 14:39:37 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: Good day dearest friend,

Good day dearest friend,

My name is Esther, I am a 23 years old girl, Please I need your help to receive my inheritance fund ($ 2.7 million USD), which my late father deposited in a bank, but registered for foreign investment, before his sudden death.

I have all the documents covering the fund in the bank and I am the next of kin to the deposit fund. Please, if you can be able to help me receive this amount in your country, for my investment purpose, also to further my studies over there, in your country, under your care. Kindly reply me for more details.

I await to read from you soonest.

Warmest greetings,

Ms. Esther Jakoma.

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