Nigerian scam

Mr. Tsepo Moloi $45 Million dollar transaction

From:   “Mr. Tsepo Moloi.” <>
Date:   Sa, March 6, 2010
To:   undisclosed-recipients:;

Tel: +27-78-9625-071
Fax: +27-86-6094-832

Dear Sir/Madam,


After my official enquiry from the foreign trade office of the chambers of commerce & industry here in Johannesburg South Africa, I decided to contact you but I did not disclose the intention to anyone else because of the delicate nature of the project.

I decided to reach you directly to solicit for your assistance and guidelines in making a business investment and transfer of US$45,000,000.00 (Forty-five million) to your country within the next few days.

Please I must plead for your confidence in this transaction. I am a high placed official working with Department of (Finance & Economic Affairs) in Johannesburg. I am currently in need of a silent foreign partner whose identity we can use to transfer this sum of money.

But at this moment, I am constrained to issue more details about this profitable business investment until i get your response by email,please if you can take out a moment of your very busy schedule today to respond back to my private email below for more details and include your private telephone number in your response which I will highly appreciate.

The fund is presently waiting to be remitted from the bank here in South Africa to any overseas beneficiary confirmed by us as associate/receiver.By virtue of my position as a civil servant in my country, I cannot acquire this money in my name. Because as a high placed civil servant, I am not allowed by the civil service code of conduct to own or operate bank accounts outside of our shores.
On the other hand,it is not safe for me to keep the money here due to unstable political environment. I have been mandated to look for an overseas silent partner who could work with me to facilitate transfer of this fund for our mutual benefit, hence the reason for this email.

My proposal is that after you receive the funds, it would be shared as follows: (1) 30% to you as commission for our co-operation and assistance in facilitating the transfer,while the remaining 65% belongs to me and 5% will be set aside to repay any expenses made in the process of transferring the funds to your country.
You will be free to take out your commission immediately after the money hits your account in your country.Since my objective is to invest the money in a foreign country,it would be appreciated if you could also help me with advices and direction on investing into profitable ventures in your country.

However, this is optional, and if it is not convenient for you to further assist me with investing the money, we can end our cooperation after you make available to me my part of the money. The transaction,although discreet, is legitimate and the money will be transferred successfully with all necessary back-up official documents showing the legitimate source/origin of fund.

The transfer will be effected as soon as we reach an agreement and you furnish me with a suitable response indicating your interest for processing the transfer. I plead with you on one issue,whether you are interested or not, kindly do not expose this information to any one else. I confirm that the transaction is legitimate and without any risks either to me or yourself.

Please, give me your response immediately by returning this mail through my alternative email

Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Tsepo Moloi.
Finance & Economic Affairs Dept. (South Africa)

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

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