Date: Thu 9 Oct 2008 12 21 52 0200
From: "daniel moloto" <email@example.com>
Subject: PARTNERSHIP INVITATION FROM DANIEL MOLOTO
To: undisclosed-recipients ;
FROM: DANIEL MOLOTO
I am the director, fund co-coordinator of the Contract Implementation Committee for 2010 world cup Project in South Africa . The crux of this letter is that the Finance/Contract Department of South Africa deliberately over-inflated the contract values of various contract awarded. In the course of disbursement my office was able to track down the sum of US$60M (Sixty Million U.S Dollars) as the over invoiced sum. This money is now floating in the domiciliary account with the South African Reserve Bank (SARB). My colleagues and I now want to quickly transfer this fund to a safe nominated foreign account for possible investment abroad.
We are not allowed as a matter of government policy to operate any foreign account because of our status as civil/public servants. Hence the need to solicit for you're full banking details to enable us transfer this money into your account. Upon your acceptance of this proposal, we have also agreed on a sharing ratio: -
1) 30% for you as the account owner. 2) 60% for I and my colleagues.
3) 10% will be set aside to defray all incidental expenses both locally and internationally during the course of this transaction.
Furthermore, we shall be coming over to your country when the money is finally in your account and we shall be relying on your advice as regards to investment of our share. Be informed that, this business is genuine and 100% safe considering the high-powered government officials involved.
Send to me by email the following information: -
1) Your company name and Your private telephone and fax number for effective communication.
This is to affect the Swift Transfer of this fund into your account in less than Seven (7) working days. Expecting your immediate respone, while looking forward to a healthy business relationship with you.
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