The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

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Date:  Sun, 22 Nov 2015 02:31:36 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "BUSINESS ASSISTANCE /INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 22 Nov 2015 02:31:36 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was <>, although it may have been spoofed.

From: Mr. Michel Mboma
Johannesburg, South Africa
Tel: + 27 81 810 3413

My name is Mr. Michel Mboma from the Republic of Ivory Coast residing temporally here in 
Johannesburg South Africa; I know this might be a surprise to you. I got your contact through 
search on line from South African Information Exchange (SAIE) I am the son of Mr. Didire Mboma from 
Ivory Coast who was murdered recently in Ivory Coast uprising by President Laurent Gbagbo who lost 
November 2010 Presidential election in Ivory Coast and refused to step down for his rival Mr. 
Alassane Quattara. My father was a strong supporter and second in command to Mr. Alassane Quattara 
and the owner of Mboma Textile Industry in Abidjan.

Mr. Laurent Gbagbo ordered his troops to shoot at sight any gathering of the opposition which 
resulted to the murder of my father (late) Mr. Didire Mboma in January 2011 and before my fatherâs 
sudden death on December 2010 he came to South Africa for the purchase of arms for Mr. Alassane 
Quattara for it has been observed there will be use of force to get Laurent Gbagbo out of power. My 
father made the deposit of the money to a private security & finance company here in Johannesburg 
with the help of our family Attorney pending when he will finalize negotiations with South African 
Government for the sales of the ammunition.

On his return back to Ivory Coast on January he was killed amongst other opposition members which 
attracted the attention of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UN) & African Union to 
immediately arrive Ivory Coast to protect Mr. Alassane Quattara and other top opposition members. 
My Mother was among the seven women that were shot dead on Thursday 03rd March 2011 by Mr. Laurent 
Gbagboâs forces in Abidjan. I was instructed by my family members to leave for South Africa since I 
might be the next target by Mr. Laurent Gbagbo. Right now I am here as a Refugee in South Africa 
and would need your assistance as a foreign partner in order to move these funds out from South 
Africa to your country for our investment. The amount in question is (US$18,000,000.00) (Eighteen 
Million United States Dollars) the money was deposited in my name as the beneficiary by my (late) 
father as if he knew he was going to die soon. Would you be interested to assist me in this 
transaction, you will be entitle of 20% of the total amount, 5% will be set aside to defray all 
expenses that might be incurred during the process of this transaction while the remaining 75% will 
be for my family and will be invested right there in your country under your management.

Would you be very much interested to partake in this transaction, do not delay to contact me on the 
above stated telephone number and email address for details and procedures. I will be waiting for 
your urgent and positive reply soonest. Thanking you for your co-operation in advance.
Sincerely yours,
Mr. Michel Mboma
For The Family.
Tel: + 27 81 810 3413

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