Miss Young

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: Mr Andre Modipa < infowebinfo107@yahoo.com >
Sent: Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 11:20:19 PM GMT+8
Subject: Department of Mineral Resources

Department of Mineral Resources
Trevenna Campus,
75 Meintje Street,
Pretoria, 0002
South Africa


Dear Sir/Madam

I am Mr Andre Modipa the Contract award committee Chairperson (The Procurement Officer).
Terms of Reference
My term of reference involves the award of contracts to multinational companies.
My office is saddled with the responsibility of contract award, screening, categorization and prioritization of projects embarked upon by Department of Petroleum Resources (DMR) as well as feasibility studies for selected projects and supervising the project consultants involved. A breakdown of the fiscal expenditure by this office as at the end of the last fiscal quarter of 2017 indicates that DMR paid out a whooping sum of US$936M (Nine Hundred And Thirty Six Million, United States Dollars) to successful contract beneficiaries. The DMR is now compiling the list of beneficiaries to be paid during the next batch which took-off from (4th) quarter 2017 and will go on till (1st) quarter of next Year (2019).
The crux of this letter is that the finance/contract department of the DMR deliberately over-invoiced the contract value of the various contracts awarded. In the course of disbursements, this department has been able to accumulate the sum of US$50M (Fifty Million, U.S Dollars) as the over-invoiced sum. This money is currently in a suspense account of the DMR account with the Debt Reconciliation Committee (DRC). We now seek to process the transfer this fund officially as contract payment to you as a foreign contractor, who will be fronting for us as the beneficiary of the fund. In this way we can facilitate these funds into your nominated account for possible investment abroad. We are not allowed as a matter of government policy to operate any foreign account to transfer this fund into.

However, for your involvement in assisting us with this transfer into your nominated account we have evolved a sharing formula as follows:

(1) 45% for you as the foreign partner
(2) 50% for me
(3) 5% will set aside to defray all incidental expenses both locally and internationally during the course of this transaction by me and you.

I shall be relying on your advice as regard investment of our share in any business in your country. Be informed that this business is genuine and 100% safe considering the high-power government officials involved. Contact me via this e-mail for confidential purpose.

Upon your response I shall provide you with further information on the procedures.

Looking forward to a good business relationship with you.

Mr Andre Modipa
Director Project Implementation/ The Procurement Officer
Department of Mineral Resources

Miss Young

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