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Thursday, August 12, 2004

Urban Legends/Scams

Look at me! I've been sent an urban legend/scam! I feel so special.


To:

Subject:
Business Partnership Required
Attn: The President/CEO I am Mr. David Tungay, Provincial Director Standard Bank of South Africa, Johannesburg Branch. I have urgent and very confidential business proposition for you.On June 6, 2000, a foreign Oil consultant/contractor with the South Africa Mining Corporation, Mr. Richard Moss made a numbered time (Fixed) Deposit for twelve calendar months, valued at US$25,000,000.00 (Twenty- five Million Dollars) in my branch. Upon maturity, I sent a routine notification to his forwarding address but got no reply. After a month, we sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his contract employers, the South Africa Mining Corporation that Mr.Richard Moss died from an automobile accident. On further investigation, I found out that he died without making a WILL, and all attempts to trace his next of kin was fruitless.I therefore made further investigation and discovered that Mr. Richard Moss did not declare any kin or relations in all his official documents, including his Bank Deposit paperwork in my Bank. This sum of US$25,000,000.00 is still sitting in my Bank and the interest is being rolled over with the principal sum at the end of each year. No one will ever come forward to claim it. According to South Africa Law, at the expiration of 5 (five) years, the money will revert to the ownership of the South Africa Government if nobody applies to claim the fund.Consequently, my proposal is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand in as the next of kin to Mr. Richard Moss so that the fruits of this old man's labor will not get into the hands of some corrupt government officials. This is simple, I will like you to provide immediately your full names and address so that the Attorney will prepare the necessary documents and affidavits which will put you in place as the next of kin. We shall employ the service of two Attorneys for drafting and notarization of the WILL and to obtain the necessary documents and letter of probate/administration in your favor for the transfer. A bank account in any part of the world which you will provide will then facilitate the transfer of this money to you as the beneficiary/next of kin. The money will be paid into your account for us to share in the ratio of 60% for me and 40% for you.There is no risk at all as all the paperwork for this transaction will be done by the Attorney and my position as the Branch Manager guarantees the successful execution of this transaction. If you are interested, please reply immediately via the private email address below. Upon your response, I shall then provide you with more details and relevant documents that will help you understand the transaction. Please observe utmost confidentiality, and rest assured that this transaction would be most profitable for both of us because I shall require your assistance to invest my share in your country.Awaiting your urgent reply via my email:davidtungay4@zwallet.com Thanks and regards. Mr.David Tungay.

That money would buy a lot of margaritas and Wiggles tickets. What a cruel joke.

5 Comments:

At Thursday, August 12, 2004 12:42:00 PM, Blogger rolandog said...

... so that means i'm not Vice President of the firm???
Darnit...

 
At Thursday, August 12, 2004 2:45:00 PM, Blogger Ron said...

I wonder if Mr. David Tungay attended the The 3rd Annual Nigerian EMail Conference?

I did and the money is rolling in ô¿~

 
At Thursday, August 12, 2004 11:27:00 PM, Blogger Tralfie said...

Sheesh, what a scam. 60/40 split? You should demand 50/50!

 
At Friday, August 13, 2004 3:25:00 AM, Blogger rolandog said...

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At Friday, August 13, 2004 7:48:00 AM, Blogger Q.N.I.T.Y said...

Hey that's a scam, even my 10 year old brother could see it.

 

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