||From: FROM MRS SUSAN SHABANGU <email@example.com>
Subject: FROM: MRS SUSAN SHABANGU
FROM: MRS SUSAN SHABANGU
Minister of Mineral Resources
Private Bag X463, PRETORIA, 0001
Wachthuis, Thuvalk Arcade
Pretoria, South Africa.
STRICTLY FOR YOU & NEEDS URGENT RESPONSE PLEASE!
This Mail Was First Sent To You Before Two Months Ago, But Up till
Now, I Have Not Heard From You. Based On This, I Decided To Re-send It
Again To You. Though, I Know For Security Reasons, This Is Not The
Safest Means To Reach You, But Was Left With No Other Viable Option
Since There Is The Pressing Need To Reach You. I Am Quite Sure That
This Letter Will Surprise You Since I Have Not Been Having Previous
Correspondences With You. First, let me start by introducing myself as
MRS SUSAN SHABANGU, a mother of three children and the Minister of
Mineral Resources, since 11 May 2009 to date 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$35.5 Million United States
Dollars). You can view my profile at my website www.gov.za then click
on contact formation, then also click at deputy ministers, then click
on my office (Minister of Mineral Resources).
After the swearing in ceremony making me the Deputy Ministry, Safety
and Security, my husband Mr. Ndelebe Shabangu died while he was on an
official trip to a country 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$35.5 Million 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 you a
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 1994 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 definitely affect my
political career in government. I want your assistance in opening an
account 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 25% 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, I would not WANT YOU TO CALL
ME ON PHONE or send a FAX to me. All correspondence must be by email
to my private email address, if you want to speak with my Lawyer,
which is fine and okay by me. You will have to send down your private
telephone /fax number so that I can forward it to him to reach you
from time to time this is for security reasons.
Please I do not need to remind you of the need for absolute
Confidentiality if this transaction must succeed. If you do not feel
comfortable with this transaction, please ignore this letter, and
pretend you never received this information. Thanks for your
anticipated co-operation and my regards to your family.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL ME ON THE OFFICE PHONE FOR SECURITY REASONS. Feel
free to contact me on
My Private Fax No: +27- 862196433
MRS SUSAN SHABANGU
(FOR THE FAMILY).
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