Scam Emails Archive : Generic



This email with the subject "EVANS BONGO: SON OF LATE GABON PRESIDENT." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 04 Jul 2010 13:27:27 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

The sender was EVANS BONGO <>, although it may have been spoofed.

No <*xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />45 Nelson Mandela Avenue . <*xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Sandton City, Johannesburg ,

South Africa.

Tell: +27 76 4844663.









Before I start, I must first apologize for this unsolicited mail to you. I am aware that this is certainly an unconventional approach to establishing a relationship with you, but you will realize the need for my latter to you. Meanwhile, I got your contact information from a research which I made from on-line directory search through the South African information Exchange in Johannesburg .  

As a matter of urgency I want you to come to my assistance, my name is Evans M. Bongo, The first Son of the second wife of my father late Mr. El Hadj Omar Bongo Ondimba, (late president of republic of Gabon ). My mother is Mrs. Edith Lucie Bongo who died on March 2009, less than a year before the death of my father who ruled Gabon for the past 42 years thereby becoming longest serving African president.  

My late father Omar Bongo was Gabon âs second president since 1967 after the colonial rule, died of a heart attack at the age of 73 on Monday June 8th 2009 in a Spanish private clinic ( Barcelona , Spain ). He divorced his first wife, Josephine Bongo in 1986 with three children in their marriage and most of my fatherâs investments are situated mainly in France and mostly in real estates - and in February this year his Bank accounts and estates in France was frozen by the current French government.

Three months after my fatherâs death, a new election was conducted and Ali Ben Bongo, our fatherâs first son won and became the new president of Gabon after a rigged election with 42% of the total vote count in the country according to opposition parties which fuel tension and uprising in the whole country.  

Three weeks before my fatherâs trip to the hospital in Spain that leads to his death, he drew my attention to the sum of (US$25,000.000 00) Twenty five million United States dollars which he deposited with a private storage and Security Company in Johannesburg, South Africa during one of his official trips to South Africa with two of his diplomatic aids.  

The consignment was registered on my name as family valuables and precious stones for safe keeping in case of his absence on earth caused by death. (Real Content of the consignment was undisclosed) he said that I should solicit for a reliable foreign partner to assist me invest this money abroad for the betterment of my siblings and our future.


However, I decided to solicit for your assistance to transfer the above mentioned sum to your personal or companyâs account for investment purpose because this is the only fortune left for me and my siblings to start up our lives. I left my country Gabon with my younger ones on the eve of the installation of Mr. Ali Ben Bongo (the first son of the first wife) as the president of Gabon knowing that he would use his power as the president to size the documents and also confiscate the fund in

South Africa if he eventually finds out. We are presently staying in a private guest house in South Africa as asylum seekers.  

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Please I would appreciate you furnish me with your private telephone /Fax numbers for easy communication, I am offering you 25% of the total fund for your efforts and 5% will be set aside for expenses that may be incurred during the transaction while the remaining 70% will be for my family future investment under your supervision.  

I look forward to your kind assistance as you expedite action immediately with utmost confidentiality through the details or informationâs above.  

Best regards.

Evans M. Bongo

(On behalf of my all my sibling)


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