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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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Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 5:19 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:
Subject: Re:Inquiry (SARC)
Kindly view attach (SARC) file with this mail.

 
 

Attn:

I am Mr. Benjamin Mabaso, a member of South African Reconciliation Committee (SARC), South Africa, is charged with the responsibility of finding bank accounts in South Africa belonging to Non-South African indigenes, which have remained dormant since South African apartheid was resolved in 1994.  It may interest you to know that in July of 1997, the South African Reserve Bank published a list of dormant accounts originally opened by non- South African citizens.

These accounts had been dormant since the end of apartheid (27 April 1994). Most belonged to apartheid victims. The continuing efforts of the South African Reconciliation Committee (SARC) have since resulted in the discovery of additional dormant accounts - 14,000 in December 1999. The published lists contain all types of dormant accounts, including interest-bearing savings accounts, securities accounts, safe deposit boxes, custody accounts, and non-interest-bearing transaction accounts. Numbered accounts are also included. Interest is paid on accounts that were interest bearing when established.

The Claims Resolution Board (CRB) handles processing of all claims on accounts due to non-South African citizens. I discovered a dormant account of Mr. Earl W. Speeckaert with a credit balance of US$ 67,000,000 (Sixty Seven Million United State dollars) plus accumulated interest. The beneficiary was murdered during the apartheid era, leaving no WILL and no possible records for trace of heirs.

The Claims Resolution Board has been mandated to report all unclaimed funds for permanent closure of accounts and transfer of existing credit balance into the treasury of South African government as provided by the law for management of assets of deceased beneficiaries who died interstate (living no wills).

Being a top executive at SARC, I have all secret details and necessary contacts for claim of the funds without any hitch. The funds will be banked in a Very Reliable Bank here in South African, safe haven for funds and we can share the funds and use in investment of our choice. Due to the sensitive nature of my job, I need a foreigner to HELP claim the funds.

All that is required is for you to provide me with your details for processing of the necessary legal and administrative claim documents for transfer of the funds in your name. Kindly provide me with your full name, address, and telephone number. I will ensure all procedures to see that the fund is transferred to a secure, numbered account in your name here in South African, of which you will be capable of accessing the funds and transferring gradually to your country and other banks of our choice in the world. My share will be 60% and your share 40% of the total amount. There is no risk involved.

The Claims Resolution Board has put funds in Escrow awaiting submission of valid claims for necessary disbursement. I find myself privileged to have this information and this may be a great opportunity for a lifetime success without risks. Reply on my private emails: ben.mabaso@live.co.za or contact Tel +27 710 334 185

The reason why I choose South Africa is that they have one of the best Internet Account Facilities, whereby you can access the account online and make transfers online to your account in your country.

Best Regards,
Mr. Benjamin Mabaso
Member (SARC)


 
 
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