I imagine there really is someone named Kofi Ansah Frances, who really is the executive director at the Bank of Ghana. There's one little problem: that's not who this scammer is. These are most often Nigerian 419 scams, since a lot of them have a +229 telephone number attached, but with this it's hard to tell. It can be more or less pinpointed by mapping the IP number it came from, but it could have gone through a proxy server, too. It says it's from a free Russian e-mail address, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything. You can go to mail.ru and sign up yourself. Anyway, I'm rambling; there's a few more of these from "Ghana," Click Here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you.
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