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south_africa_banking_scam_0001 - 2003-01-07 south africa banking 419 scam - 309-215-9709
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Mr. Mike Mikalele
South Africa.
7th January, 2003.
USA efax; 1 3092159709

Dear Friend,

It is with my great pleasure to write you this letter on behalf of my colleagues. I have
decided to seek a confidential co-operation with you in execution of a deal hereunder for
the benefit of all parties and hope you will keep it confidential because of the nature of the

Within the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources where I work as a Director of Projects
Implimentation, and with the co-operation of four other top officials, we have in our
possession, an overdue payment in US funds. The said funds represent certain percentage
of the contract value executed on behalf of my Ministry by a foreign contracting firm, which
we the officials over-invoiced to the amount of US$31,000,000.00
(Thirty one Million Dollars).Though the actual contract cost has been paid to the original
contractor, leaving the excess balance unclaimed.

Since the present elected Government is determined to pay all debts owed to both local
and foreign contractors, so as to maintain good relations with foreign governments and non-
governmental financial agencies. As a result we included our bills for approval with the co-
operation of some officials at the Department of Finance and the Reserve Bank of South
Africa (RBSA).
We are seeking your assistance as the beneficiary of the unclaimed funds, since we are
not allowed by code of conduct bureau to operate foreign accounts.

It does not matter whether or not your company does contract project of the nature
described here. The assumption is that your company won the majour contract and
subcontracted it to other companies. More often than not, big trading companies and firms
win major contracts and subcontract it to more specialised firms for execution.
This business itself is 100% safe, provided you treat it with utmost confidentiality. I have
reposed my confidence in you and I hope you will not disappoint us.

I have the authority of my colleagues involved to propose that should you be willing to
assist us in this transaction, your share as compensation will be 20% while my colleagues
and I recieve 70%, and the balance 10% for taxes and all other miscelenous expenses

Endeavour to contact me through my above USA efax number or my email address to
indicate your willingness to assist us. My colleagues and I are in the position to make the
payment of this claim possible provided you can give us a strong assurance and guarantee
that our share will be secured and also bear in mind that we are still in active government
service and therefore the need for stringent confidentiality all through the whole transaction.

Kindly notify me by fax for further details upon your aceptance of this proposal.


Mr. Mike Mikalele.

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