FROM: MRS. FIKILE NDEBELE
#20 RIVONIA ROAD SANDTON
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA.
You may be surprised to receive this letter from me since you do not know me personally; I am Mrs. Fikile Ndebele, the wife of, Mr. Jonathan Ndebele who was murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe. I got your contact through your country’s business directory; hence I decided to write to you.
Before the death of my husband, he had taken my son David Ndebele to South Africa to deposit the sum of US$18,500 000.00 (Eighteen Million Five Hundred United States Dollars) in a private security company (Will not be disclosed now for security reason), as if he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe.
This amount was meant for the purchase of new machines and chemicals for the farms and established of new farm in Swaziland. This land problem came when Zimbabwean President Mr. Robert Mugabe introduces a new Land Act reform which wholly affected the rich white farmers and some few black farmers. And these resulted to the killing and mob action by Zimbabwean war veterans and some lunatics in the society. In fact, a lot of people was killed because of this land reformed Act for which my husband was one of the victim.
It is against this background that my son and I have decided to transfer my husband money to foreign account since the law of South Africa prohibits refugees (asylum seeker) to open any bank account or to be involved in any financial transaction throughout the territorial zone South Africa.
I am saddle with the responsibility of seeking a genuine foreign partner who can assist my son with his personal/company's account where this money could be transferred without the knowledge of my government who are bent from taking everything we had. The South African government seems to be playing along with them. I am faced with the dilemma of investing this amount of money in South Africa for fear of going through the same experience in future since both countries have similar political history. Moreover, the South African Foreign Exchange policy does not allow such investment as an asylum seeker.
As a person, who I have to entrust my future and of my family in his hands, I must let you know that this transaction is risk free. And upon acceptance of this proposal you are advice to contact my Son Mr. David Ndebele on his private phone number: Tel: +27 73 070 9662 or mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details of the transaction while I implore you to maintain the absolute secrecy required in this transaction.
I have two options for you; firstly you can choose to have certain percentage of the money for nominating your account for this transaction. Or you can go into partnership with us for the proper profitable investment of the money in your country. Whichever the options you choose, feel free to notify me. After the transaction.
If you do not prefer a partnership I am willing to give you 25% of the money while 5% will be mapped out for any expenses that may be incurred in the course of this transaction the remaining 70% will be for my investment in your country.
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Thanks and God bless.
Mrs. Fikile Ndebele