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Subject:  Mr.L. Savimbi
Date:  Thu, 01 Sep 2011 04:40:20 -0700
Category:  Generic

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From: Director Project Implementation
South African Anglo Gold Corporation.
Mr. Antonio. L. Savimbi
Tell - +27 71 003 7065

Good Day!

I am Mr. Antonio. L. Savimbi, Director Project Implementation with South African Anglo-Gold 
Corporation in Johannesburg and a member of the Contract Tenders Board (CTB) of the above 
corporation. Your esteemed address was reliably introduced to me from the South African Chamber of 
Commerce and Industry in my search for a reliable, individual/company who can handle a strictly 
confidential transaction, which involves the transfer of a reasonable sum of money to a foreign 

The amount of money involved is US$35,000,000.00 (THIRTY FIVE MILLION, UNITED STATES DOLLARS). This 
money has already been extracted from various contracts awarded by this corporation, as a result of 
over-invoicing masterminded by the concerned officials involved, this has been drafted to represent 
the final payment for a contract that has been executed to this corporation some years back, the 
money is now floating in the suspense account of the Reserve Bank of South Africa awaiting claim by 
any foreign partner which status we now want you to resume.

Now is the optimum period to consummate this fund, following the presidential directive to all 
parastatal to settle all outstanding debts owed to both local and foreign contractors?

In my last meeting with the Officials involved, it was unanimously agreed that 30% of the total sum 
will be given to you, 60% will be for us while 10% will be use to reimburse the expenses that will 
be incurred in the processing of this transfer.

I assure you that this transaction is 100% risk free as we have concluded every arrangement to 
protect the interest of everyone involved, Likewise all modalities for the successful transfer of 
this fund have been worked out with Ministry of finance and the Reserve Bank of South Africa to 
facilitate the remittance of this fund to your designated account within 72 hours after your claim 
has been approved.
However, I would want to believe that you are honest enough and will not raise any misgiving 
attitude in any aspect of the transaction, more importantly, that you will keep this transaction 
very confidential so as not to tarnish the confidence reposed on these officials by the Government 
of South Africa. If this proposal is of interest to you, then kindly contact me with above 
information’s immediately.
Please treat this information as confidential.
Best Regards,

Mr. Antonio. L. Savimbi
Director Project Implementation.
South African Anglo Gold Corporation

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