Mr. John Kaba wants your co-operation to transfer $35m USD

From:   morris zulu <>
Date:   2017-09-27
To:   "" <>
Reply-To:   morris zulu <>


Dear Friend

You may be surprise to receive this mail since you don’t know me personally, but with due respect, trust and humility, I am sending this proposal mail to you. Officially I am Mr. John Kaba the son of Mr. Ibrahim Musa Kaba of Darfur Sudan, and my mother Mrs. Fatima Kaba. It is indeed my pleasure to contact you for an assistance of a business venture which I intend to establish in your country.

I got your contact while I was doing some private research on the Internet for a reliable foreign partner that will assist me and my family to transfer some funds to your company’s or private Bank account for investment purpose, though I have not met with you before, but considering the recent political instabilities our my country South Sudan, of which if you are current with the situation of South Sudan my country or Sudan in general my story will not be like a news to your ears, I therefore believe that I have to take risk confiding in you for the success in my life since we have not meet with each other for the first time.

The fund in question is huge, amounting (US35 Million.) (THIRTY FIVE MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS) which my late Father deposited in the Republic of South Africa and in a private security company awaiting claim before he was assassinated by unknown persons during this war in Darfur Sudan.

Now I have decided to invest the funds in your country or anywhere safe for security reasons. I have mutually agreed to compensate you with 40% of the total amount if you agree to assist me. You can contact me through this Email ( )

All I require is your honest & kind co-operation. I will give you further details as soon as you show interest in helping me.

I wait for your kind consideration to my proposal.

Best Regard,

John Kaba

CELL NUMBER +27-8297-55548

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Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian Money Scam, the story and all names & roles are fake. The scammers will most likely ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘funds’ (which you will never get offcourse).

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