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Open letter to David Cameron
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Dear Prime Minister,

Thank you for your very kind and generous offer. I have in the past received equally, indeed even more, generous offers from innumerable bank executives, located mostly in Burkina Faso. In my early years of networking I responded to one by furnishing the details sought, only to learn that I had to deposit through my Visa card $1000 before acquiring the promised millions offered to me. A rapid change of my password saved me from what undoubtedly would have been damaging pecuniary loss. However, those memories became irrelevant after receiving your letter which I am sure will impose no such stringent preconditions for me to avail of your kind offer. As to the genuineness of your offer I have no doubt especially since you have also taken into confidence your Foreign Minister, Mr. William Hague. I know that by revealing the contents of your kind offer I will forego receiving the millions you have offered to me. But my pride for being thus honoured personally by the Prime Minister of Britain was too great. I simply had to share this honour with the rest of the world. For the benefit of the world I publish your letter alongside. Applauding this bold and unprecedented initiative undertaken by a British Prime Minister, 

I remain,
Yours sincerely,
Rajinder Puri  

Mr. Cameron’s kind offer is reproduced below:

PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE
TREASURY AND MINISTER FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE,
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM.

Our ref: ATM/13470/IDR
Your ref...Date: 13/12/2011

IMMEDIATE PAYMENT NOTIFICATION

I am The Rt Hon David Cameron MP, Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury
and Minister for the Civil Service British Government. This letter is to
officially inform you that (ATM Card Number 5454 7168 0041 0640) has been
accredited with your favor. Your Personal Identification Number is 1090.The
VISA Card Value is £2,000,000.00 (Two Million, Great British Pounds Sterling).

This office will send to you an  Visa Card/ATM CARD that you will use to
withdraw your funds in any ATM MACHINE CENTER or Visa card outlet in the world
with a maximum of £5000 GBP daily. Further more, You will be required to
re-confirm the following information to enable; The Rt Hon William Hague MP
First Secretary of State for British Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. begin
in processing of your ATM Card.

(1) Full names: (2) Address: (3) Country: (4) Nationality: (5) Phone #: (6) Age:
(7) Occupation: (8) Post Codes

Rt Hon William Hague MP.
First Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Email; fcoaffairs@live.com

Tel: +44 (0) 742 470 1095             

TAKE NOTICE: That you are warned to stop further communications with any other
person(s) or office(s) different from the staff of the State for Foreign and
Commonwealth Affairs to avoid hitches in receiving your payment.

Regards,

Rt Hon David Cameron MP
Prime Minister  
 

14-Dec-2011
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