Dearest, [Ed - if you have my email details, at least address the letter to me. It's common courtesy]
It is my pleasure to contact you for a business venture which I intend to establish in your country. Though I have not met with you before but I believe, one risk confiding in succeed sometimes in life [Business letter writing 101: Edit it].
There is this huge amount of Seven million five Hundered Thousand U.S dollars ($75,000.00) [This is 75 thousand, you innumerate] which my late Father kept for with a Fiduciary Fund Holder [nice use of thesaurus, or at least Wikipedia] in Abidjan before his death [No full stop. Lose more grammatical points]
Now I have decided to invest these money [Bad English. Minus 50 points] in your country or anywhere safe enough outside Africa for security and political reasons. I want you to help assist me claim and retrieve these fund from the Fiduciary Fund Holders and transfer it into your personal account in your country for investment purposes and my education [Maybe then you can like to make more better con letters]. If you can be of an assistance to me I will be pleased to offer to you 20% Of the total fund [Of the $7,5million or $75,000? There's a difference].
I await your soonest response.
Miss. Celine Milan
After careful consideration of all the facts available, I must decline this respectful invitation, based largely on your lack of imagination. Mister Dobi Abdijbanga from Nigeria had a much better story about his dying (double amputee) mother's fortune being appropriated by corrupt governmental officials. Plus he offered 50% of the loot, if I kindly provide my bank details for his personal use. So I'm going with that offer instead.
ps. I don't care how respectfully mine you are, please stop sending me this shit.