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From: Mr.David Kgobudi < davidkgobudi1@gmail.com >
Subject: Director Accounting unit
To:
Date: Wednesday, 8 December, 2010, 1:04 PM





 
  First National Bank of South Africa
Bill Exchange/Audit Department
125 ILLOVO STREET, SANDTON
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
TEL: 27-78-238-8729 FAX: 27-11-683-0636
FNB Bank Limited/ Beperk, Reg No. 85/459781/00
FROM THE DESK OF
DR. DAVID KGOBUDI
FNB BANK PLC
TEL: +27 83 979 0894
ATTENTION: SIR/MADAM
PROPOSAL
I know that you will be surprised to receive this letter. First and foremost, I apologize using this medium
to reach you for a transaction/business of this magnitude, but this is due to confidentiality and prompt
access reposed on this medium. Be informed that I obtained your enviable credentials/particulars from
the South African Export Promotion Council. I have decided to seek a confidential co-operation with you
in the execution of the deal described here under for the benefit of both parties.
I am Dr. David Kgobudi, audit department of FNB bank Plc South Africa. On October 6th 2005, an
American consultant/contractor with South African Solid Mineral Corporation. Mr. Smith Lawrence made
a fixed Deposit for Twelve calendar month valued at US$20,000,000,00(twenty million dollars only) in
my branch. Upon maturity I sent a routine notification to his forwarding address but no reply, after a
month we sent a reminder and no response. Finally, we discovered from his contract employers the
South African Solid Mineral Corporation that Mr. Smith Lawrence died in a fatal motor accident along
Pretoria - Johannesburg expressway and all attempts to trace his next of kin was fruitless .
We made further investigation and discovered that Mr. Smith Lawrence did not declare any next of kin or
relations in all his official documents including his bank deposit paperwork in my bank. This sum of
US$20, 000, 000.OO is still in my bank and the interest is being rolled over with the principal sum at the
end of each year.
According to the South African foreign and defenses affairs, at the expiration of 5(five) years such funds
is not claimed back either by the owner or next of kin, it will be automatically revert to the ownership of
South African Government for financing military operations such as arms purchasing and ammunitions
for the military. In order to avert this negative development, I will like to seek for your permission as a
foreigner to stand as the next of kin to Mr. Smith Lawrence so that the fruit of this old man's labor will
not be use for financing weapons which will further enhance the causes of war in the world in general.
The money will be paid into your account for us to share in the ratio of 60% for me and 30% for you and
10% for expenses incurred in the course of the transaction.
There is no risk at all as all the paperwork for this transaction will be done by my attorney and with my
position as the audit officer guarantees the successful execution of this transaction. If you are interested
please reply immediately. Upon your response, I shall then provide you with more details that will help
you understand the transaction. You should observe utmost confidentiality and be rest assured that this
transaction would be most profitable for both us because I shall require your assistance to invest my
share in your country.
Thanks and regards
Dr. David Kgobudi.
Copyright 2008 FNB Bank. All rights Reserved.
FNB Bank Limited registration number: Reg No. 85/459781/00.
Authorized financial services and registered credit provider
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: James M
Date: Tuesday, 5 April, 2011, 6:50 PM

My Dear

How are you today?I received your mail and the contents therein. I appreciated your prompt response to my mail as this matter drives due to the ongoing Q1 audit in our bank and will like you to keep it same way, to enable us conclude this transaction without delays.

I will send the form to you,But i will need your information's like.


1. Full Names:.............
2. Residential Address:....
3. Direct Phone No.........
4. Fax Number..............
5. Occupation:.............
6.Sex:.....................
7. Age:....................
8.Nationality:.............

The Lawyer will help us get the back up paperwork to your names a copy will be send to you.

James Maroleng
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: James Maroleng
Date: Monday, 11 April, 2011, 2:02 PM



I honestly do applaud your sense of enterprise and hard work regarding the way you have handled issues pertaining to this transaction. It was not easy
but the Lawyer did secure the change of ownership of funds document into your name. Find attached the copy of the original document secured in your favor today.

The Lawyer will go to the South African Department of Finance later tomorrow to obtain their approval instruction so that the bank can transfer the money into your bank account.

yours faithfully

David

 
  DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SOUTH AFRICA
SWORN AFFIDAVIT /CHANGE OF BENEFICIARY RIGHT
AT THE JOHANNESBURG HIGH COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, HOLDEN AT THE HIGH
COURT OF LAW, JOHANNESBURG, JUDICIAL DIVISION.
I HONORABLE BARRISTER ALFRED ZUMA OF ALFRED ZUMA & ASSOCIATES:
DO HEREBY SWORE AN OATH AND SOLEMNLY DECLARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. THAT MR. YOUNG, A BONA-FIDE CITIZEN OF
SRILANKA AND THE LEGAL FOREIGN BENEFICIARY OF US$26 MILLION,
CURRENTLY IN THE ESCROW ACCOUNT OF THE FNB BANK.
2. THAT MR. YOUNG, BEING THE SOLE- BENEFICIARY OF THE
ABOVE STATED FUNDS, HAS APPOINTED ME AS THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE AND LEGAL/
FINANICIAL ADVISER IN SOUTH AFRICA, WITH FULL POWERS OF ATTORNEY, TO SIGN
AND TRANSFER THE FUNDS TO ANY NOMINATED ACCOUNT OF HIS CHOICE..
3. THAT I, BAR. ALFRED ZUMA OF ALFRED ZUMA & ASSOCIATES, HEREBY
APPLY TO BE GIVEN THE AUTHORITY AND APPROVAL OF THE HIGH COURT OF
JUSTICE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, AS STATED IN THE TRANSFER APPROVAL
ACT OF 1991, IN ORDER TO DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF WHICH I HAVE BEEN
APPOINTED TO DO BY MR. YOUNG.
I SWEAR THIS AFFIDAVIT FOR AUTHENTICITY AND MAKE SOLEMN DECLARATION
CONSCIENTIOUSLY BELIEVING SAME TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT BY THE
VIRTUE OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT OF 2004.
SWORN AT THE HIGH COURT OF JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
DATE11- 04 -2011
BEFORE ME THE COMMISSIONER OF OATH
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: James Maroleng
Date: Wednesday, 13 April, 2011, 6:55 PM

My Dear

Hope you are fine today?BeadviceFollowing, I do obtain all the requested documents as stipulated in the bank‘s letter meanwhile I must inform you that lots of possibilities abound as far as transfers are concerned. However, there are rules and regulations as well as consequences attached depending on what choice you make.It is however, advisable to play by the rules; we are not specialized in putting our client’s funds under such risk. Unless on the instance that we have such consent from the beneficiary otherwise known as our client who must in a written, signed and well notarized instrument binding enough with the court, stating that Smith Jones & Pratt Associates should not be held liable should the process turn out on the contrary. For me I do not see the use as the matter is already receiving attention at the appropriate quarters.

To facilitate the transfer of the fund to your receiving bank account, the following documents will be needed as a back up to the transaction which, I have to process in your name for an easy transfer of this fund to your receiving bank account I conducted a serious search of information relating to the deceased and also I have checked carefully all it will take to have this transaction deliver to your account without any delay and hindrances, prior to my first finding, it cost me about $6,200 or thereabout to secure and obtain the relevant documents however after much consultation with home affairs in regards to the deceased WILL, we were meant to understand that they are some estates/properties that are supposed to be included in the Letter of Administration in absence of the Will therefore it cost me more because it needs a lot of travelling.


The following are the expected expenses excluding the death certificate


DEATH CERTIFICATE: According to the Banking regulations Section 65 Sub-Section 4.2 approved by the Ministry of Finance, every application of claims must be supported with this Unabridged Certificate for a foreigner and a computer printed Certificate of a South African, especially when the applicant is a next-of-kin to the deceased.


WILL: A WILL is a documented statement of transfer of Assets (properties) by a living person to another after his death. The bank requires this to confirm if indeed your late relation has transferred his balance in the bank account to you. It will be more convenient to submit the “WILL”, of your late relation but in the absence of a “WILL”, we will embark on a detail preparation of a ” Letter of Administration” where usually the assets of the deceased will be outlined in details. This Letter of Administration will be verified by the Supreme Court of South Africa and is acceptable by the Bank as an alternative in the absence of a “WILL”. Due to the very comprehensive nature of this document (Letter of Administration), the cost for the authentication at the Supreme Court with the preparation is US$7,650.00 (Seven Thousand Six and Fifty United States Dollars) only.


SUPREME COURT AFFIDAVIT: The cost of obtaining a sworn “Supreme Court Affidavit” here in South Africa is US$2,490. 70c (two Thousand Four Hundred and Ninety/70c United States Dollars) only, particularly in issues of a next- of -kin where large amount of money/ asset inheritance are involved. Take note that the Affidavit will be authenticated by the Court to avoid other false claims with the bank or future controversy. The importance of this document cannot be over-emphasized as it confers on this transaction absolute legitimacy and gives legal protection to the transaction.I will need your help to pay up the Lawyer so that we can get the WILL byFriday.In summary you are expected to help me $2.450, on confirmation, we’ll start the procurement immediately and expect it to be ready in less than 1working day,which isFriday.I will than send to you the bank form.

See ATTACHED FILE

Your prompt action will help a great deal call me if you can.

Yours faithfully,

David Kgobudi
Passport Copy 1
Certified copy
  EXCHANGE CONTROL DEPARTMENT
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA.
Telegrams: 13527 Ref: FNB/SARB/OAG/MF/01B/2011
P.M.B: 00204 Date: April 13, 2011
The Director
The reserve Bank of South Africa
Foreign Operations Department
Johannesburg, South Africa
Dear Sir,
FOREIGN PAYMENT APPROVAL OF TWENTY SIX MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS ONLY.
Approvals are here granted to the above mentioned amount and to be credited to
the account details for the purpose of inheritance.
The attentions of the First National Banks and the Apex bank of South Africa are here
called upon to immediately transfer the off-mentioned fund to the beneficiaries as
details below:
However, under category A, section 23(ii), Subsection 11B on article 3 of the foreign
transfer gazette as amended in 2002, the fund is insured to the real capital amount
before dispatch protocols are observed.
For further enquires, contact the Exchange Control Unit, Ministry of Finance,
Johannesburg, South Africa.
The payment details are as follows:-
APPROVED SUM: US$26,000,000.00 (Twenty Six MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS
ONLY)
INHERITER'S NAME: MR. YOUNG.
PURPOSE OF PAYMENT: INHERITANCE
Thanks for your co-operation.
MR. MANUEL TREVOR
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
CLASSIFIED DOCUMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
US$26 MILLION
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: James Maroleng we need to get the (WILL )
Date: Thursday, 14 April, 2011, 8:57 AM

Hello My Dear

Hope you are fine today?I just read you mail now,and i am on my way to work.As i told you in the mail that i send to you about Mr Smith L
(WILL):

A WILL is a documented statement of transfer of Assets (properties) by a living person to another after his death. The bank requires this to confirm if indeed your late relation has transferred his balance in the bank account to you. It will be more convenient to submit the “WILL”, of your late relation but in the absence of a “WILL”, we will embark on a detail preparation of a ” Letter of Administration” where usually the assets of the deceased will be outlined in details. This Letter of Administration will be verified by the Supreme Court of South Africa and is acceptable by the Bank as an alternative in the absence of a “WILL”. Due to the very comprehensive nature of this document (Letter of Administration), the cost for the authentication at the Supreme Court with the preparation is US$7,650.00 (Seven Thousand Six and Fifty United States Dollars) only.But i have given the Lawyer $4,500 to get the (WILL DOC) out for us from the Supreme Court by today,I need to pay him is balance once is back from the Court, so that he can help us take it to the bank.As we do not have time

I apologized for asking you any money at this time but i just need to let you know what the Next Step is we need the WILL badly my brother,the other ATTACHED FILE is from the MINISTRY OF FINANCE EXCHANGE CONTROL DEPARTMENT open it and read, it is Approval on your name.

In summary you are expected to help me $2.450, on confirmation, we’ll start the procurement immediately and expect it to be ready in less than 1working day,which isFriday.I will than send to you the bank form to fill and send back to the bank.

Do help me send the balance of $2.450 with Western Union money Transfer to the Lawyers name.
C CHRISTOPHER CHARLES and send me the proof of payment,i will ask the Lawyer to go and pick it up immediately.

I wait to hear from you soon my friend.Have a good day

David Kgobudi
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: Anything to support me plssss
Date: Thursday, 14 April, 2011, 10:22 AM

Hello My Dear

Thanks for your mail,I am not happy asking you to pay for anything but just that i need it.If i may ask you what can you do for me now,anything you have to support me i will be very happy,we need to get the WILL by Friday this week so do let me know can be don thanks as i wait to here from u soon my friend

Have a good day

David Kgobudi
 
Mr From: DR DAVID KGOBUDI < davikobudi0@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: David and why all this?
Date: Wednesday, 20 April, 2011, 9:47 AM



Hope you are fine?And why all this that you mail too me about Cheating People and you for what and how if i may ask you ?I called you for this deal to help and support get this money.I have been run hear and there to see that i get this WILL out withe Lawyer that is helping us,all i can just see and hear from you is that i Cheating People and A excellent Marketing Guy.ME anyway i call you for this that is why you are talking like that.The WILL have been send to the bank by the Lawyer on Tuesday. If i may ask you do you still want me and you to go on with this or not just let me know now befor the BANK FORM will be send to you with the banking information's, since this is all i can get now that i use my money to do the paperwork in you names.

Have a good day wait to hear from u

DAVID
 
     

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