This is a standard advance fee fraud message, with a delightful name (Mania Kalon). It claims a large amount of money is on deposit with a “security company” — a common scammer claim — but of course there is no money and no security company. It’s all a calculated lie to get you on the hook so the scammer can begin extracting money from you.
From: Mania Kalon email@example.com
Subject: Anxiously waiting?
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2005 22:55:13 +0200
I am interested in your partnership in business dealing and I do not wish to take your time with a lenghty mail. I have a huge amount of money being deposited in a security company which I don’t want to disclose the exact amount for security reasons until you determined to transact with me and inform me of your willingness for further proceedure and explainational directives.