. . . but there are a few things in this email which make me a wee bit suspicious:
Dear Mr. Ele Ludemann
it’s my pleasure to contact you, I hope to have a solid business working relationship with you, I got your esteemed contact detail from the directory. I have investor who is keen to invest in your country. I have just been approached by him regarding funds investment he told me in strict confidence to look for an honest and straight forward person NZ who could receive funds for investment placements. The code of conduct bureau in his country as senior civil servant does not permit them to own or operate a foreign bank account so he will be obliged to use someone like you who have a good investment platform and experience to handle the funds .due to the ongoing anti graft verification and declaration of asset of servicing senior civil servants and politician in his country the owner want the funds to be move to you as trustee /partner ASAP to avoid any trace of the funds to him.
Do contact me ASAP so that we can proceed with perfecting documentation to move the funds to your possession.
Note to would-be fraudsters:
It pays to get the recipient’s gender and your English right if you’re going to have the remotest chance of finding anyone stupid enough to do anything but delete such messages.