Re: Jacquard, upholstery, dobby, luggage, handbag


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Posted by ERNEST NKOMO on September 27, 2002 at 03:27:53:

In Reply to: Jacquard, upholstery, dobby, luggage, handbag posted by Tim Yun on September 27, 2002 at 02:22:22:

FROM: ERNEST NKOMO
TEL: 27-83-520-2308
E-MAIL: ernest_komo@yahoo.com
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA

ATTN: MANAGING DIRECTOR/CEO

REQUEST FOR BUSINESS PROPOSAL

I am MR. ERNEST NKOMOM the elder son of the late MR. JOSHUA NKOMO of Zimbabwe. I got your contact address from the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry please donít worry.

During the current crises against the farmers of Zimbabwe by the supporters of our President Robert Mugabe to claim all the white owned farms in my country, he ordered all the white farmers to surrender their farms to his party member and their followers. My father was one of the biggest farmers in the country and although a black indigene, he did not support the Presidentís political ideology. Therefore, the presidentís supporters invaded my fatherís farm burnt down everything, killed him and confiscated all his investments.

After the death of my father, my mother and I together with my younger brother decided to move out of Zimbabwe for the safety of our lives. On our departure from Zimbabwe, we took along with us some money which my father kept in the safe in my motherís custody which amounted to the sum of US$15,000,000,00 (Fifteen Million United States Dollars) to the Republic of South Africa where we have deposited it as personal valuables in a private security company and sought for political asylum. My mother has suggested and I agree that we have to further move out of the African continent to overseas for actual safety and to do reliable business investment. Therefore we have decided that I should contact any reliable overseas person/firm/company who could assist us to transfer this money out of South Africa through a current investment account because as refugees we are not allowed to operate any account exceeding US$2,000 (Two Thousand US Dollars).

So we need your help to open a bank account through which we can transfer this money to your country. If my proposal is considered, for assisting us to transfer this money to your country, we unanimously agree to offer you 20% of the total fund, 5% will be for any expenses that may be incurred during the transaction, 75% will be for me and my family to invest in your country under your assistance. For detailed information, you can contact me on my direct line 27-83-520-2308.

Note: please, for reason of our asylum status do maintain absolute confidentiality and secrecy while we also promise to do same. i assure you that this transaction is 100% risk free. Time is of essence. Your urgent response will highly appreciated.

BEST REGARDS

ERNEST NKOMO





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