This is a classic “rich orphan scam” of African origin. “Jolle Atta” has inherited a fortune, and she needs an honest guardian (just like you) to help manage her money. Who wouldn’t want to help an orphan?
Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2015
From: Jolle Atta email@example.com
Reply-To: Jolle Atta firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Please help me out
My Dearest one,
I am introducing myself as Miss Jolle Atta the only Daughter of late Mr and Mrs Achi Atta, I wish to request for your assistance in a financial transaction. And I wish to invest in any lucrative business in your country.
I have the sum of money, $5.6 Million USD. (Five Million Six Hundred Thousand United States Dollars). to invest in your country, and I will require your assistance in helping me stand as my foreign Guardian to claim the money from Finance bank here to your country, the money was deposited in Cote D’ivoire, The money is now under the care of the Finance bank in Cote D’ivoire.
I will be gladly to give you 20% out of the total sum for your honest assistance for helping me.
Awaiting your immediate response
Miss Jolle Atta
In reality, “Jolle Atta” is a scammer, perhaps working out of the Ivory Coast or maybe France (see the return email address). If you make the mistake of offering to help, you’ll discover that she needs you to send her some money for “bank fees” or “bribes” to get the money out of her account, and then once she has your money in her hands, like all other advance fee fraudsters, she will disappear and you’ll never hear from her again.