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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: Mako Family < makofamly21@hotmail.com >
Date: Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 1:39 PM
Subject: From Mrs.Grace Mako:Family Assistance
To:



My Dear,
Please open the Attachment to read my letter.
Mrs. Grace Mako


 
 

From: Mrs. Grace Mako.
David Mako (Son).
Phone: +27-739100923.

No, 30 Asylum Road, Johannesburg.
South Africa.

 
Dear Sir/Madam,

With due respect, trust and humility, I write to you this proposal, which I believe would be of great interest to you. I found your contact while I was doing a private research in the Internet for a reliable and capable foreign partner that will assist my family and I to transfer fund to any personal or private account and for investment purpose. I am Mrs. Grace Mako, the wife of Late Mr. Patrick Mako, who was the "Chairman" of the farmer’s co-operation in Zimbabwe.
My Husband was among the few blacks that were murdered in cold blood by the President Robert Mugabe Administration during the land dispute that just happened in Zimbabwe. After the death of my Husband, we decided to move out of Zimbabwe because our lives were in danger because of the money that my Husband kept in his hidden safe in our house. The amount contained in the safe is (US$10 MILLION) Ten Million Dollar. This money was meant for the purchase of a new machines and chemicals for the farms and establishment of new farms in Swaziland. After my Husband died, we moved to South Africa and deposited the money in a security company in a box as valuables belonging to our foreign partner pending when we see somebody that will assist us transfer this fund to any oversea account and for the safety of our family. We are presently in South Africa as Refugee (Asylum Seekers) and as such, the law of South Africa does not permit us to operate or open any bank account here in South Africa or to be involved in any financial transaction with the bank. That is why we contacted you to assist us in the transaction.
We are ready to compensate you with 25% of the total fund for your assistance. On receiving your acceptance, I shall be glad to give you more clarification on the modalities needed for smooth successful completion of the transaction.

I anticipate your quick response.
 
Best regard.

Mrs. Grace Mako.
(For The Family)


 
 
Miss Young

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