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Maria khumalo says: "you refused paying the US$5,500 and myself I do not have access to the money"
. Hello, I am Miss Young. I received this story from a friend. Let me call him Vlatko. He received an impressive number of fake documents. Go to the homepage to see more stories.
 

Dear Ms. Young,

I have visited your site, I must say you have a good collection. If you
interested I can send you some of my scam experience to add to the site. The South African Reserve Bank had a lot of documents which looked very real, also I had made an inquiry into the SARB myself and have their official response.

Respectfully,

Vlatko

 

Mrs

>From: "maria khumalo" <mmm_000008@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: mmkmm_m2006@yahoo.co.uk
>Subject: from maria
>Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 12:28:06 +0200
>
>ATTN:MD/C.E.O,
>
>My name is as above stated, the wife of Mr. Daniel Khumalo from the
>republic
>of Zimbabwe. It might be a surprise to you where i got your contact
>address.
>I got your contact from the South Africa Chamber of Commerce in
>Johannesburg. During the current war against the farmers in Zimbabwe from
>the supporters of our President Robert Mugabe, in his effort to chase all
>the whit farmers out of the country, he ordered all the white farmers to
>surrender their farms to his party members and his followers.
>My husband, was one of the best and successful farmers in our country and
>formerly the Finance Minister of Robert Mugabe administration, but he did
>not support the idea of dispossessing the white farmers of their and.
>Because of this, his farm was invaded and burnt by government supporters.
>In
>the course of the attack, my husband was killed, and the invaders made away
>with a lot of items from my Husband"s farm.
>
>And our family house was utterly destroyed.  he drew my attention to the
>sum of US$15.5 MILLION, Which he
>deposited with a security company in South Africa
during his tenure as the
>Finance Minister of Zimbabwe. My son and I decided to move out of Zimbabwe
>for our own security, because our lives were in danger. We decided to move
>to the Republic of South Africa where my father deposited this money. Till
>date, the security company is not aware of the content of the consignment
>because my husband used his diplomatic immunity as at that time to deposit
>the consignment as important personal valuables.
>
>I decided to have contact with overseas person/firm who will assist me to
>move the money out of South Africa. This becomes necessary because as
>political asylum seekers, we are not allowed to own or operate a bank
>account. If you accept this proposal, you shall receive 25% of the entire
>amount for assisting us to move this money out, 70% of this amount shall be
>for us, and the remaining 5% shall be mapped out for expenses incurred in
>the course of the transaction. As soon as i get your response, I will give
>you more details on how we can proceed. Thanks for your anticipated
>cooperation. Urgent response waited.
>
>Best regards,
>maria

  After couple of email I told her I cant come there. And this followed.  
Mrs >From: maria khumalo <mmkmm_m2006@yahoo.co.uk>
>Subject: possible eletric transfer
>Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 09:03:12 +0000 (GMT)
>
>
>   Dear Friend Vlatko,
>
>Thanks for your email. I have discussed the issue of your inability to come
>down to South Africa, with the Bank Director assisting us here, and he
>promised to help transfer the money to your account via bank to bank
>electronic swift wire transfer, directly. In view of this, it is important
>you identify the actual account you want this money to be transferred to.
>The account you will present would be submitted to the Reserve Bank, and
>the transfer would be processed based on the account. In view of this,
>kindly send your bank account details for submission to the bank on your
>behalf, as the beneficiary, for processing and transferring this money
>directly to the account without delay.
>
>   There would not be any problem transferring this money to your bank
>account. Based on my discussions with the Bank Director, he assured me of
>total safety in processing and transferring this money to your oversea
>account. You will receive this money without any trouble because the Bank
>Director will arrange all the necessary steps and transfer logistics in
>your name here, which will back-up the transfer to your favor, as the true
>foreign beneficiary of this money. You are only expected to follow the bank
>instructions to avoid any suspicion. You will never be linked to source of
>the fund even after the successful transfer. The Director will re-profile
>the money in your name with the bank's legal transfer documentations to
>avoid any suspicion.
>
>   I am anxiously waiting to receive your bank account details.
>
>   Yours very truly,
>   Maria Khumalo
 
Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Confirmation of the procedures to transfer your money (pages 1,2).
>Confirm Receipt
>Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 03:46:15 -0800 (PST)
>
>Confirmation of the procedures to transfer your money (pages 1,2). Confirm
>Receipt.

Confirmation of the procedures to transfer your money

Bonded Deposit Certificate

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Application Forms (Pages 1,2,3)
>Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 03:47:36 -0800 (PST)
>
>
>Application Forms (Pages 1,2,3)

ApplicationForm1 ApplicationForm2 ApplicationForm3

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: General Information  (Appendix 1, 2)
>Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 03:48:09 -0800 (PST)
>
>General Information  (Appendix 1, 2)

Appendix1 Appendix2

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Processing in Progress (Pages 1,2,3). Confirm Receipt
>Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 21:34:15 -0800 (PST)
>
>
>Processing in Progress (Pages 1,2,3). Confirm Receipt

Processing of Foreign Operations and International Remittance Department Customer Advice on outward tele-transmission Payment Approval Notice

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Pages 4,5,6
>Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 21:39:11 -0800 (PST)
>
>Pages 4,5,6

Certificate of Irrevocable Payment Fund Remittance Capital Insurance Policy Coverage Certified Insurance Release Bond

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Pages 7,8,9
>Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 21:46:54 -0800 (PST)
>
>Pages 7,8,9

Certificate of Recognition Official Payment Receipt Foreign Exchange Transfer Installment Request Form

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Confirmation of the signal from Ministry of Justice and Ministry
>of Finance (Pages 1,2,3,4). Confirm Receipt
>Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 01:41:24 -0800 (PST)
>
>Confirmation of the signal from Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance
>(Pages 1,2,3,4). Confirm Receipt

Signal from Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance Confirmation of signal from Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance
[... pay the mandatory transfer authorization fee: U.S$3,500 ... Verification and Legislation fee: $1,960.40c ...]

Re: Authority to remit instruction
[... fee for the ratification and authentication of this transfer is: U.S$3,500 ...]

Remittance advice
[... mandatory authorization fee: U.S$3,500 ...]

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Pages 5,6,7
>Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 01:46:49 -0800 (PST)
>
>Pages 5,6,7

Pre-Payment Advice Foreign Exchange Transfer Analysis and Schedule Guarantee to Pay

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Pages 8,9,10
>Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 01:50:16 -0800 (PST)
>
>Pages 8,9,10

Payment Schedule Master List Statutory declaration of ownership fact General form of affidavit of claim

Mr

>From: "Addam R.S Guy" <addammguy@yahoo.com>
>Subject: Pages 11,12,13
>Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 02:00:27 -0800 (PST)
>
>Pages 11,12,13

Certificate of Claim Evaluation form Application form

Mrs >From: maria khumalo <mmkmm_m2006@yahoo.co.uk>
>Subject: The information needed.
>Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2007 10:33:21 +0000 (GMT)
>
>Dear Vlatko,
>
>   There is no confusion in this. This loan is for this transaction which
>you will get back at the end of this transaction. The person who is
>brokering this deal is here in South Africa. If you want to speak with him
>I can give you his number. You can reach him on this number +27731141916.
>
>   To my own understanding this is simple, the loan company will give us
>this money and once the transaction is concluded we will pay back. This is
>just because you refused paying the US$5,500 and myself I do not have
>access to the money.
>
>   I am looking forward to receiving the details of your line of credit
>account so that we can continue with the conclusion of this transaction.
>
>   Remain blessed.
>
>   Maria.
 
  Thats an official reply I got from SARB regarding this transaction.
I hope you can display it to prevent people of falling into traps.

Respectfully,

Vlatko
 
  >From: "SARBEXCON SARBEXCON" <SARBEXCON@resbank.co.za>
>Subject: ADVANCE FEE PAYMENT SCHEMES
>Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 11:04:47 +0200
>
>DATE OF E-MAIL:2007-03-08
>SUBJECT:"ADVANCE FEE PAYMENT SCHEMES"(ALSO KNOWN AS 4-1-9 SCHEMES)
>REPLY: 2007-03-16
> I refer to your e-mail dated 2007-03-08 with regard to the transfer of funds in
>the amount of USD 15, 500 000-00 and advise that the communications you
>have received did not emanate from the South African Reserve Bank
and we
>have no record of the funds. The matter relates to a fraudulent Nigerian
>letter scam (Advance Fee Fraud), which should not be acted upon.  The
>South African Reserve Bank does not maintain accounts, escrow or
>otherwise, on behalf of private individuals or corporate entities. The
>letterhead annotated on the documentation is not the official letterhead
>of the South African Reserve Bank. The stamp imprint with the wording
>*South African Reserve Bank* is unknown to us. The South African
>Reserve Bank does not have knowledge of, or dealings with, Ministry of
>Finance, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Development, South
>African Insurance Association and/or Old Mutual Trust Insurance.
>Furthermore, the South African Reserve Bank does not have a Foreign
>Operations and International Remittance Department nor do we have a
>position of Director. We confirm that Mr Addam RS Guy is not employed at
>this institution and is unknown to us
. However, we do have an Exchange
>Control Department but it has never referred any correspondence to you
>in this regard.  Should you have made any payment(s) to the
>perpetrator(s), kindly provide us with details thereanent, i.e.
>amount(s), name(s), account number(s) and/or method of payment. Kindly
>fax details regarding any payment(s) you may have made to us, for the
>attention of the Investigations Division, Exchange Control Department,
>South African Reserve Bank, facsimile number +27 (12) 313 3771 or e-mail
>them for the attention of the Investigations Division to
>SARBEXCON@resbank.co.za. More information on this type of scam can be
>obtained on the Internet at the following addresses: -
>http://www.crimes-of-persuasion.com- http://www.419Legal.org-
>http://www.saps.gov.za- http://www.quatloos.com/scams/nigerian.htm-
>http://www.treas.gov/usss/financial_crimes.shtml#Nigerian-
>http://www.reservebank.co.za   for Assistant General Manager
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