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Scam mail from: Mrs. Mariam M. Seseseko

Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 02:27:39 -0500
Subject: URGENT ASSISTANCE NEEDED
From: mmseko <mariam_s@tiscali.it>
Dear friend,
I am Mrs. Sese-seko widow of late President Mobutu Sese-seko of Zaire, now known as Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). I am moved to write you this letter. This was in confidence considering my present circumstance and situation. I escaped along with my husband and two of our sons Charles and Basher out of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to Abidjan, Cote d'ivoire where my family and I settled, while we later moved to settled in Morroco where my husband later died of cancer disease.

However, due to this situation we decided to change most of my husband's billions of dollars deposited in Swiss bank and other countries into other forms of money coded for safe purpose because the new head of state of (Dr) Mr Laurent Kabila has made arrangement with the Swiss government and other European countries to freeze all my late husband's treasures deposited in some european countries. Hence, my children and I decided laying low in Africa to study the situation till when things gets better. Like now that president Kabila is dead and the son taking over (Joseph Kabila). One of my late husband's chateaux in Southern France was confiscated by the french government, and as such I had to change my identity so that my investment will not be traced and confiscated.

I have deposited the sum Fourteen Million United State Dollars (US$14,000,000,00.) With a security company for safe keeping. What I want you to do is to indicate your interest that you can assist us in receiving the money on our behalf, so that I can introduce you to my son (charles) who has the out modalities for the claim of the said funds. I want you to assist in investing this money, but I will not want my identity revealed. I will also want to acquire real/landed properties and stock in multi-national companies and to engage in other safe and non-speculative investments as advise by your good self.

May I at this point emphasize the high level of confidentiality, which this upcoming project demands, and hope you will not betray the trust and confidence, which I repose in you.In conclusion, if you want to assist us, my son (Charles) shall divulge to you all briefs regarding this project, tell you where the funds are currently being maintained and also discuss remuneration for your services.For this reason kindly furnish us with your contact information, that is your telephone and fax numbers for validation purpose immediatelly, ok.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs. Mariam M. Seseseko.

NB: All further correspondence should be send to my confidential email address below mmseko@terra.com



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


Scam mail from: Mrs. Mariam M. Seseseko

Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 02:27:39 -0500
Subject: URGENT ASSISTANCE NEEDED
From: mmseko <mariam_s@tiscali.it>
Dear friend,
I am Mrs. Sese-seko widow of late President Mobutu Sese-seko of Zaire, now known as Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). I am moved to write you this letter. This was in confidence considering my present circumstance and situation. I escaped along with my husband and two of our sons Charles and Basher out of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to Abidjan, Cote d'ivoire where my family and I settled, while we later moved to settled in Morroco where my husband later died of cancer disease.

However, due to this situation we decided to change most of my husband's billions of dollars deposited in Swiss bank and other countries into other forms of money coded for safe purpose because the new head of state of (Dr) Mr Laurent Kabila has made arrangement with the Swiss government and other European countries to freeze all my late husband's treasures deposited in some european countries. Hence, my children and I decided laying low in Africa to study the situation till when things gets better. Like now that president Kabila is dead and the son taking over (Joseph Kabila). One of my late husband's chateaux in Southern France was confiscated by the french government, and as such I had to change my identity so that my investment will not be traced and confiscated.

I have deposited the sum Fourteen Million United State Dollars (US$14,000,000,00.) With a security company for safe keeping. What I want you to do is to indicate your interest that you can assist us in receiving the money on our behalf, so that I can introduce you to my son (charles) who has the out modalities for the claim of the said funds. I want you to assist in investing this money, but I will not want my identity revealed. I will also want to acquire real/landed properties and stock in multi-national companies and to engage in other safe and non-speculative investments as advise by your good self.

May I at this point emphasize the high level of confidentiality, which this upcoming project demands, and hope you will not betray the trust and confidence, which I repose in you.In conclusion, if you want to assist us, my son (Charles) shall divulge to you all briefs regarding this project, tell you where the funds are currently being maintained and also discuss remuneration for your services.For this reason kindly furnish us with your contact information, that is your telephone and fax numbers for validation purpose immediatelly, ok.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs. Mariam M. Seseseko.

NB: All further correspondence should be send to my confidential email address below mmseko@terra.com



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