FW: Re: Business Development in Zimbabwe
How are you doing in Zimbabwe? I really want an entrepreneur at heart.
Someone who could take risks and pursue what others may consider an
off-the-wall idea. In that way we shall be kindred spirits.
Regarding your response, I quite appreciate your
positive approach to matters even as the global scam rampages have negatively
impacted on legitimate business offers.
You must note that this transaction is realistic. I am a reputable and
noble man in my country. As soon as you
affirm your readiness to execute this transaction, we shall sign a Memorandum
of understanding between us before the execution as well as exchange and
verifications of our contacts, passport or driver's license as you know that
trust is earned and not granted. I will send you the Job Evaluation Sheet and
my working ID as soon as you respond to this mail. Now I want to tell you the
details of the project by email.
My name is Mr. Kwamina George, Human Resources
Director of Ghana Cement Works Ltd, Tema,
(www.ghacem.com). I have a standing balance of $12,479,560 ready to be
transferred overseas for investment in your country. I worked it out with the
Chief Auditor and the fund was earmarked as contract debt purportedly awarded
to sub contractors. The contract was a major pipeline construction
awarded to Willbros Construction Company in UK by Ghana Cement works (Ghacem).
The pre-commissioning services were provided by BJ Process and Pipeline
Services. The contract was sub contracted to Loudon Far East B.V, a company in Netherlands.
The actual contract was the construction of a compressor stations, gathering
centers, and flow stations. So part of the contract was inflated for our
These contracts were awarded to foreign companies,
they have been executed, supplied, installed and commissioned by the Ghana
Cement Works Limited, and the foreign contractors have been paid their total
contract sum and have gone back to their various countries. Now we want to
avail ourselves of the opportunity to transfer the money from the account of
the Ghana Cement Works Limited which was inflated during the award of the
contracts and after due consultation with the Chief Auditor, including the best
way to transfer the money out of Ghana, I decided to contact you to assist us
receive the money as well as becoming our investment partner.
We will transfer the money out of Ghana
by preparing documents to be processed in the form that you were consultant sub
contractor to Ghana Cement Works Limited and is now claiming the sum of
$12,479,560 as unpaid contract sum in your capacity as the beneficiary of the
contract and money. As soon as you respond in the affirmative, we will then
go-ahead and file in the claims and start processing the documents for payment
to be transferred to your account. Based on our own arrangements and
calculations, this exercise will take us between 5 to 10 working days to
conclude. Once the money has been transferred to your account, I will then
travel to meet with you because I am interested to invest the fund in Real
Estate and some other viable businesses in your country. I want to know if you
are interested and capable to receive the money in your country.
I now await your response but once again bear it
in mind that we have very high interest to develop mutual beneficial business
cooperation with you for now and in the future. We sincerely hope that you will
give us all the needed cooperation and assistance for us to conclude this
business within the next 5 to 10 days. Secondly, we are highly placed senior
government officials who have put almost 15 to 27 years of meritorious service
in our country civil service. We have name, family, career and reputation to
protect here and as such we will not like any form of scandal and also will not
like any information concerning this business to be released to any third
party. I will contact you on phone for further discussions.
Please treat as important.
Mr. Kwamina George
Human Resources Director
Ghana Cement Company Ltd
1 Ring Road, Central,
Tema – Ghana
Tel: 233 547017976
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