Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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De: Mr. Sipho Senabe < mr.siphosenabe1@gmail.com >
Asunto: An Urgent Business Proposal
Fecha: martes, 8 de febrero de 2011, 04:36 am

From Mr Sipho Senabe
Proposal For Mutual Business Transaction
Please Kindly Open the Attachment File
Tell: +27-72-126-9439

Diamond Corner Building, 68 Eloff & Market Street, Johannesburg
Email: mr.siphosenabe1@gmail.com
or mr.siphosenabe@live.com
Telephone: +27-7212-69439
Tel: +27-721269439
Email: mr.siphosenabe1@gmail.com or mr.siphosenabe@live.com
I apologized using this medium to reach you for a transaction of this magnitude, but this is due to
Confidentiality and prompt access reposed on this medium. For purpose of introduction I'm Mr.
Sipho Senabe, Director of works and Land Affairs South Africa. I got your contact address
through international directory where I was exploring searching for a reliable person that will
assist me to transfer the sum of (US$30,000,000.00) Million into his/her Bank Account for an
My objective of sending this business proposal to you is to solicit for your urgent assistance and
co-operation to transfer some huge amount of money into your Bank account overseas.
Therefore, this communication should be held in high confidential. My colleague and I in the
department of works Affaires wish to transfer into a safe secured account overseas the sum
of US$30 Million (Thirty Million United States Dollars) which was over-invoice amount from
contracts awarded to foreign contractors who have been duly paid on completion of their various
contracts. This money right now was deposited in a Suspense Non-Beneficiary account in
Reserve Bank of South Africa, in aware of the Director of R.B of South Africa. However, by virtue
of our position as civil servants, we cannot acquire these funds in our names or in the name of
companies here in South Africa. I was therefore asked by my colleague on trust and sincerity to
look for a reliable partner abroad who is keen interested to assist in this transaction. Should you
be willing to assist, 35% of the total money will be for you while 60% for I and my colleagues and
5% for any expenses that may occur during the transfer processes.
If you are interested in this transaction, we will require the following from you in order to affect the
transfer of the money: (1). Your Company's Name and address, Phone and Fax numbers.
(2) Your account number where the money will be transferred and a scanned copy of your
international passport to me as to enable us open an account in one of the commercial banks
here in your names and it will be a connecting bank to Reserve Bank for easy onward telegraphic
transfer of the fund to your overseas account/s. This will enable us to enter on behalf of your
company, job description and contracts executed and then file a letter of claims, apply for
payments to your company.
Be informed that we will commence processing of claim once we are in receipt of the information
required from you, and the transfer processes will not take more than 14 working days to be
completed and the fund will be telegraphically credited into your bank account.
THIS TRANSACTION IS 100% RISK FREE. Do acknowledge the receipt of this letter through
my email: siphosenabe@live.com or mr.siphosenabe1@gmail.com and do not hesitate to ask
any question in respect of this business proposal.
I wait for your immediate response.
Best regards,
Tel: +27-721269439

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