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

Subject:  Mr Temmy Josz
From:  tammy <>
Date:  Sat, 11 Nov 2006 17:44:10 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Mr Temmy Josz" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 11 Nov 2006 17:44:10 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was tammy <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Zulberg Closeoff 
Ernest Oppenheimer 
Road Bruma Lake, 
South Africa. 
                     ( RE: TRANSFER OF ($125,000.000.00 USD) 
I want to 
transfer ($125,000.000.00 USD) One Hundred & Twenty five 
United States Dollars  from a Prime Bank here in South Africa 
to an 
oversea account. First, I must solicit your strictest 
confidence in 
this transaction. This is by virtue of it's nature as 
being utterly 
confidential. I am sure and have confidence of your 
ability and 
reliability to prosecute a transaction of this great 
solicit your assistance to enable us transfer the said amount into 
your safe  account for unward investment.You can either provide us 
with an existing account or to set up a new Bank account immediately 
to receive this money, even  an empty a/c can serve to receive this 
money, as long as you will remain honest to me till the end of this 
important business trusting in you and believing  that you will never 
let me down either now or in future.

I am the personal account officer 
to the great late  INDUSTRIALIST 
who has an account in one of the top 
banks here in South Africa. The 
account was opened in 1998 and he died 
in 2003 without a written or 
oral WILL and since 2003 nobody has 
operated on this account again 
hence the money is floating and if I do 
not remit this money out 
urgently it will be forfeited for nothing.

The owner of this account is a foreigner and no other person knows 
about this account or anything concerning it, the account has no 
beneficiary and until his death he was the manager of the 
investigation through the National immigration department 
proved to me 
as well that he was  single as at the time of his entry 
into the 
Republic of South Africa. The  amount in this account is 
Million ( One Hundred & Twenty five Million United States 
Dollars ) 

As a matter of fact, I have decided to transfer this fund abroad 
investment.  Your assistance as a foreigner is necessary because 
management of the bank  will welcome any foreigner who has 
information to this account which I  will give to you 
immediately, if 
you are interested to do this business with me.There 
is no risk in 
this business.  With my position  and my personal 
contact  with the 
manager of the bank, the money can be transferred to 
any account you  
can provide with assurance that this money will be 
intact pending our 
physical  arrival in your country for sharing.

will start the first transfer with Twenty five  million 
Upon successful transfer without any disappointment  
from your side, 
we shall re-apply for the  payment of the remaining  
balance of $100 
Million to your account. I am only  contacting you as 
a foreigner 
because this money can not be approved to a local  person 
here,  but 
can only be approved to any foreigner  who has the correct 
of the account which I will provide for you.

So you should provide me 
with your correct account detail where you 
will like the fund to be 
transferred or you can set up a new account 
for the transfer  even an 
empty account is ok. At the conclussion of 
the transfer you will take 
35%,5% will be for any expenses both 
parties incurred in the process 
of this business and the remaining 
60% will be for me. As soon as I 
hear from you and upon your strong 
assurance that you will not let me 
down once the fund goes into your 
account I will then start the 
processing of the transfer of  the fund 
to your account without 
further delay.
Contact me urgently via email  for further details

Yours Faithfully, 
Mr Temmy Josz 

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