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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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From: MRS SHABANGU < shabangu1@mweb.co.za >
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Thu, Nov 8, 2012 12:44 pm
Subject: ASSISTANCE

FROM SUSAN SHABANGU:
SOUTH AFRICA
shabangu1@mail.com 
 


 
 

FROM SUSAN SHABANGU:
SOUTH AFRICA
shabangu1@mail.com

Dear Friend,

First, let me start by introducing myself as MRS SUSAN SHABANGU,a mother of three children and the FORMER Deputy Minister Of Safety & SECURITY since 1996 till MAY 2009 when i was appointed to work under the department of MINING under the auspices of the President of South Africa MR JACOB ZUMA.

After due deliberation with my children, I decided to contact you for your assistance in standing as a beneficiary to the sum of US$15.5M ( Fifteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) You can view my profile at the South African government on line, www.gov.za click on, Government Leadres, then click on Ministers, and finally, click on Mineral Resources and read about me. After the swearing in ceremony making me the Deputy Minister of Safety and Security, my husband Mr Ndelebe Shabangu died while he was on an official trip to Trinidad and Tobago in 1996.

After his death, I discovered that he had some funds in a dollar account which amounted to the sum of US$15.5M ( Fifteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) with a security and finance institution in South Africa of which I will divulge information to you when I get your full consent and support to go for a change of beneficiary and subsequent transfer of the funds into your comfortable and conducive account of your choice.

This fund emanated as a result of an over-invoiced contract which he executed with the Government of South Africa. Though I assisted him in getting this contract but I never knew that it was over-invoiced by him.

I am afraid that the government of South Africa might start to investigate on contracts awarded from 1995 to date. If they discover this money in his bank account, they will confiscate it and seize his assets here in South Africa and this will definately affect my political career in government. I want your assistance in opening an account through my banker so that this fund could be wired into your account directly without any hitch.

As soon as the fund gets to your account, you are expected to move it immediately into another personal bank account in your country.

I will see to it that the account is not traced from South Africa. As soon as you have confirmed the fund into your account, I will send my eldest son with my Attorney to come to your country to discuss on business investments.

For your assistance, I am offering you 30% of the principal sum However, you have to assure me and also be ready to go into agreement with me that you will not elope with my fund. If you agree to my terms, kindly as a matter of urgency send me an email.

Due to my sensitive position in the South African Government, PLEASE DO NOT CALL ON THE OFFICE LINE, BECAUSE OF THE SENSITIVITY OF THIS TRANSACTION EXCEPT OF THE ABOVE email address. I prefer you send me email than call. All correspondence must be by email to my private email address,

Please I do not need to remind you of the need for absolute Confidentiality of this transaction must succeed. If you do not feel comfortable with this transaction, do not hesitate to discontinue.

Thanks for your anticipated Co-operation and my regards to your Family.

Yours Faithfully

Susan Shabangu
Dept of Mining
South Africa
shabangu1@mail.com

 


 
 
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