Please let me know if my email received.
From: Rebecca email@example.com
Sent: December 21, 2009
Address-13400 Alexis-Nihau Boulevard,
Pardon me if I have offended you by contacting you through this medium (e-letter)
I should have explained this to you on face-to-face meeting. But I could not do this because of the situation, and again not being sure of your reaction. I hope you will keep this little secret I'm about to share with you personal and confidential to yourself.
Its about my husband, who is a sailor with INTERMAS SHIPPING COMPANY IN NEITHERLAND. He worked as a crew member in one of their vessels MV KIMOLUS which was leased to Kuwait Oil Corporation LLC.
During one of such routine sail assignment, their Vessel was loaded with Contaminated Crude Oil which was to be disposed off at a designated discharge point. But rather they thought otherwise and contacted an Indian buyer, who indicated interested in the product and also directed them to discharge the product to his Tank Farm in South Africa .
The deal was struck, sealed and payment was made with regards to same and the proceeds of this deal were shared among them (my husband and others) accordingly. However, the deal was not to the knowledge of the company, because of International Purchase Agreement on contaminated product. But my husband decided to deposit his share of the proceeds with a financial institution under an untitled holding account, so it will not be traced to him, in case investigation into the discharge of the contaminated oil is initiated. So far so good, nothing of such has happened since the death of my husband 10 months ago of pneumonia.
It has taking me 2 months of fervent prayer to let the cat out of the bag and I thought it wise and led by the spirit to disclose this now and ease my mind of unnecessary tension, in expectation of your assistance to help secure the release of the money from the financial institution.
Please let me know what to do? If it is something you can handle, as my husband made me promise on his death bed not to go near the funds, until I find someone who can assist in securing the release and payment of the funds. As he wouldn't want the money to be traced or associated with any member of his family.
I shall furnish you with further detailed information as I await your kind response directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for finding out time to read my letter.
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