Just received this email.
From Mr. Larry Williams (Auditor Absa Bank)
Amalgamated Banks of South Africa
Absa Building, Commissioner Street,Johannesburg 2001South Africa.
Tel: +27 73 562 8811
STRICTLY FOR YOU & NEEDS URGENT RESPONSE PLEASE!
I am quite sure that this mail will surprise you since I have not been having previous correspondences with you.My name is Mr. Larry Williams the bank auditor of the above named bank. I have a good business proposition for you which I know that by the special grace of God will be beneficial to both of us.Firstly before I proceed, I have to assure you that this letter is practically achievable if given maximum support and co-operation.
In June 1999, Mr. Christian Eich a German Engineer who run car-maker Bmw museum here in South Africa deposited the sum of $8.5million US Dollars with our bank on a three year fixed deposit basis with his son Mr Michael Eich registered as the next of kin / beneficiary to the account, after the three years expiration, Mr. Christian Eich was not seen nor heard even the son who is the beneficiary, nothing was heard from him so I decided to roll it over. Since then it has been rolling over, I have sent mails, faxes to his numbers and addresses given still no response I was forced to contact the (Bmw) he has been dealing with but was surprised to hear that him and his son died in an auto crash just a year after he deposited the money with us.May his soul rest in peace!
The South African law states that, in cases like this, the money should be returned to the government account and am seriously against returning this old man’s sweat to the govt account, because one of the officials will steal this money from the govt account so I have decided to divert this money to my own private use and I have used my good contact to withdraw this money & transfer it to our escrow account for smooth and successful transfer of the fund.
I am writing for you to assist me in securing this money for investment purposes.
You are to take 30% of the total sum for your assistance, 5% to take care of all the expenses incurred during this transaction, while the remaining will be for my investment in your country. On receipt of your acceptance letter, a mutual agreement will be reached in-between us and I will direct you on all that is to be done to enable you receive the money in your account.
Please get back to me through my mobile number above as well as my private e-mail address for confidentiality and security reasons on firstname.lastname@example.org
May God bless you.
Best regards,Mr. Larry Williams.
Edit: Just saw this one too.
My Name is Miss Juliet Nelson, The only daughter of late Mr Philips Nelson. My father was a highly reputable business man (A COCOA DEALER). It is sad to say that he passed away mysteriously in France during one of his business trips abroad in June 2013.Though his sudden death was linked or rather suspected to have been masterminded by an uncle of his who traveled with him at that time. But God knows the truth! My mother died when I was just 6 years old, and since then my father took me so special.
Before his death on 4th of June, 2013 he called the secretary who accompanied him to the hospital and told him that he has the sum of US$4.500.000.( FOUR MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) left in a Bank, in Benin Republic West Africa. I am a deaf girl and a university undergraduate and really don’t know what to do, I want an account overseas where my inheritance fund can be transfer and after the transaction I will come over and by your help I could settle down and plan my future.
This is because I have suffered a lot of set backs as a result of incessant political crisis. The death of my father actually brought sorrow to my life. I am in a sincere desire of your humble assistance in this regards, I wish to invest under your care please. Your suggestions and ideas will be highly regarded
Please, Consider this and get back to me as soon as possible so that I can give you details of the transaction.
Below are my Lovely Picture, send me your’s immediately.
Miss Juliet Nelso