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

Subject:  Immediate Transfer Of $23.5 million to you
From:  "Barrister Augustine Dinga"<>
Date:  Sat, 10 Apr 2010 03:36:47 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Immediate Transfer Of $23.5 million to you" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 10 Apr 2010 03:36:47 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Barrister Augustine Dinga"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Barrister Augustine Dinga
2nd Floor, Nedbank Place,  
35 Sauer Street, Johannesburg 
Republic of South Africa.
Direct Mobile: +27-834-515-403

Dear Friend,
I got your information while search for a reliable person who will assist me in a business proposal 
that will be of a great benefit we both and I  have lay all the trust in you before I   decided to 
disclose this confidential transaction to you.
I am Barrister Augustine Dinga, an Attorney at Law. I have an urgent and very profitable   business 
proposition for you that should be handled with extreme confidentiality. I  know this proposal will 
come to you as a surprise for the fact that we have not met before believing that transaction of 
this magnitude will make anyone apprehensive or worried  but I can assure you that you will not 
regret been part of this mutual  beneficial transaction.
SUBJECT: A deceased Client of mine Name withhold, A citizen of your Country whom  here in shall be 
referred to as my client, made a numbered time Fixed Deposit for twelve calendar months valued at 
US$23.5Million Dollars (Twenty Three Million, Five Hundred thousand United States Dollars Only in a 
 Financial and Security Company on January 12,2000. 

My client was a Consultant, and contractor with the South Africa Solid Minerals Corporation 
(SSMC).Upon maturity the Financial and Security Company sent a routine notification in accordance 
with the Company policy to his forwarding address but got no reply. After a month they sent a 
reminder and finally it was discovered from his contract employers South Africa Solid Minerals 
Corporation (SSMC) that My Client, his wife and two children died in the AF4590 France concord 
plane crash bound for New York in their plan for a world cruise on Monday 31 July, 2000.

On further investigation, I found out that he died without making a Will and all attempts to trace 
his next of kin were fruitless. I therefore made further investigations and discovered that my 
client did not declare any next of kin or relations in the Deposit paperwork with the Financial and 
Security Company.
This sum of US$23.5million i understand was kept in the Financial and Security Company for 
safekeeping to enable him have direct and immediate access to the funds for a contract that he 
intended to execute. No one will ever come forward to claim it and according to the Government Law 
as provided in section 129 sub 63(N), South African Banking Edit of 1961 at the expiration of 10 
years the money will revert to the ownership of the South African Government, if nobody applies to 
claim the fund. 

My proposition to you is to seek your consent to present you as the Next of kin and beneficiary of 
my deceased client as you bear the same last name so that the proceeds of this account valued at 
$23.5million can be paid to you, so we can share the amount on a mutually agreed percentage of 60% 
for me 40% for you.

All legal documents to back up your claim as the deceased Next of Kin will be provided by me. All I 
require is your honest cooperation to enable us see this transaction through. I guarantee you that 
this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the 

Your most urgent response will be highly appreciated to avoid making further contacts.
Warmest Regards.
Barrister Augustine Dinga
Mobile: +27-834-515-403

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