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Did you get an email from someone in  Affrican looking for help getting money out of their country?

Did they promise you a large percentage of money they have stuck in their country that they can easily transfer out if only they had a real person with an account number outside their country?

If so, it is probably a scam where the person sending the email have little or no money at all.  Most probably the only goal is to extract money from your account once you turn over your account information.  Do you REALLY believe you would get rich with so little risk?  Don't be fooled!

Names we suspect:

David & Anthony Mathabe of Zimbabwe
dav_mathabe@hotmail.com anthmathabe_farmers@live.co.za


Excerpts from letters:
  • Latest Development In Zimbabwe (Help For Mathabe & Family).
  • A career diplomat who I consulted in my search for a reliable individual/company who can assist me in transferring a reasonable sum of money abroad to a company or private account introduced your firm to me.
  • Before his death, my father had deposited with one of the finance Company in PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA, the sum of US$35.7m ($35,700,000)



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