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Scam mail from: Johnson Luke

From: johnson
Date: Jun 16, 2005 5:16 AM
Subject: urgent supply

Dear sir,

I am writting this letter out of a genuine desperation to find a reliable partner in an unfolding transaction.I have been unjustly treated by my partner in an earlier transaction, so I seek your help, attention and genuine co-operation to our mutual benefit and I believe that you will not let down the trust and confidence I am about to repose on you. For the past ten years, I have been working for a public relations firm that pays me about two hundred dollars each month, plus little bonus based on my work input. On the 30th of June last year, our company made a very big financial breakthrough when we made contact with Alhaji Mabolo Dongo and began to supply him his cow medicines.

Alhaji Mabolo Dongo is the president of MABOLO DONGO FARMS, and is a millionaire farmer with animal farms at Chad, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Ghana, Benin and Togo; with main offices in Cote d'Ivoire, and a new one located at Zimbabwe. Moreover, he is the greatest supplier of cattle beef and other dairy products to the whole of West Africa. He had informed us about the huge amount of money he spends on the purchase of a particular but very important cattle medicine. Precisely, he buys US$5,000 per carton. He asked if our organisation can source for a cheaper supplier.

We did market research and discovered that we can buy these medicine in Europe for US$2,000 per carton. We moved a proposal to Alhaji Dongo, to supply him at US$4,800 per carton which they accepted. As these supplies progressed and our company was doing fine, I requested my boss to increase my salary. He was so upset that he sacked me without benefits after ten years of dedicated service. Though I was later called back when another kind-hearted senior staff protested against his action.

During my moments of being sacked, which lasted for close to two months, I was so desperate that I went to the Dongo Farms and infomed Alhaji Mabolo Dongo that I have a foriegn contact that will be willing to supply him this same products at US$4,000 per carton. He was very happy with this news, and in turn confided to me that he was about to place order for one thousand cartons following a suspected outbreak of disease in his farms. I assured him that my foriegn contact will be in the position to manufacture and supply to him; infact I convinced him that my former boss usually buys from my foriegn contact and that is why he sales to him at a higher price.

HOWEVER, I INFORMED ALHAJI DONGO THAT HE WILL HAVE TO PAY CASH IN ADVANCE BEFORE MY FORIEGN CONTACT WILL SUPPLY TO HIM.

For the moment he has stopped all contact with my boss.Please consider on how to handle this profitable project and kindly contact me immediately for details and negotiations as regards my commission. However,I will insist that my commission will be 20% of the total profit.

Note: We will buy one thousand carton at US$2,000,000. We sell to them at US$4,000,000. Our client pays cash before lifting of the goods. They must not know our purchase point in Europe. Thanks and God bless you.

pls reply to johnson_luke2002@yahoo.fr

Sincerely,
Johnson Luke
00225 08 17 92 52

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Nigerian Spam » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005


Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Johnson Luke

From: johnson
Date: Jun 16, 2005 5:16 AM
Subject: urgent supply

Dear sir,

I am writting this letter out of a genuine desperation to find a reliable partner in an unfolding transaction.I have been unjustly treated by my partner in an earlier transaction, so I seek your help, attention and genuine co-operation to our mutual benefit and I believe that you will not let down the trust and confidence I am about to repose on you. For the past ten years, I have been working for a public relations firm that pays me about two hundred dollars each month, plus little bonus based on my work input. On the 30th of June last year, our company made a very big financial breakthrough when we made contact with Alhaji Mabolo Dongo and began to supply him his cow medicines.

Alhaji Mabolo Dongo is the president of MABOLO DONGO FARMS, and is a millionaire farmer with animal farms at Chad, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Ghana, Benin and Togo; with main offices in Cote d'Ivoire, and a new one located at Zimbabwe. Moreover, he is the greatest supplier of cattle beef and other dairy products to the whole of West Africa. He had informed us about the huge amount of money he spends on the purchase of a particular but very important cattle medicine. Precisely, he buys US$5,000 per carton. He asked if our organisation can source for a cheaper supplier.

We did market research and discovered that we can buy these medicine in Europe for US$2,000 per carton. We moved a proposal to Alhaji Dongo, to supply him at US$4,800 per carton which they accepted. As these supplies progressed and our company was doing fine, I requested my boss to increase my salary. He was so upset that he sacked me without benefits after ten years of dedicated service. Though I was later called back when another kind-hearted senior staff protested against his action.

During my moments of being sacked, which lasted for close to two months, I was so desperate that I went to the Dongo Farms and infomed Alhaji Mabolo Dongo that I have a foriegn contact that will be willing to supply him this same products at US$4,000 per carton. He was very happy with this news, and in turn confided to me that he was about to place order for one thousand cartons following a suspected outbreak of disease in his farms. I assured him that my foriegn contact will be in the position to manufacture and supply to him; infact I convinced him that my former boss usually buys from my foriegn contact and that is why he sales to him at a higher price.

HOWEVER, I INFORMED ALHAJI DONGO THAT HE WILL HAVE TO PAY CASH IN ADVANCE BEFORE MY FORIEGN CONTACT WILL SUPPLY TO HIM.

For the moment he has stopped all contact with my boss.Please consider on how to handle this profitable project and kindly contact me immediately for details and negotiations as regards my commission. However,I will insist that my commission will be 20% of the total profit.

Note: We will buy one thousand carton at US$2,000,000. We sell to them at US$4,000,000. Our client pays cash before lifting of the goods. They must not know our purchase point in Europe. Thanks and God bless you.

pls reply to johnson_luke2002@yahoo.fr

Sincerely,
Johnson Luke
00225 08 17 92 52

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