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

Subject:  Mrs Victoria Sipo
From:  victoria sipo <>
Date:  Tue, 07 Feb 2006 04:29:54 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Mrs Victoria Sipo" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 07 Feb 2006 04:29:54 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was victoria sipo <>, although it may have been spoofed.


I am Mrs Victoria  Sipo the wife  of Michael Sipo the
slain Zimbabwean
farmer. I got your contact email address while
browsing through the
website of business/investment opportunities in your
The President of Zimbabwe, ROBERT MUGABE asked the
wealthy mechanize
farmers in the country to either financially support
this brutal and
dictatorial regime, or surrender their properties and
flee the country.
The farmers who refuted this order had their
properties confiscated,
chased away or killed. My husband happened to be one
of the victims; 
properties were invaded, the PresidentˇŻs loyalists
looted his
heavy-duty machineries and burnt down his structures.
In the process
that he was trying to defend his properties my husband
was killed
together with six other employees and security
officers that worked for
After my husband was killed, our lives were in danger
and through the
assistance of the United Nation workers that were
assisting families in
crisis; my so Mr Robert Sipo and I were taken across
to the neighboring
country South Africa as refugees. Before fleeing from
my country I came
along with a deposit agreement of US$10Million (Ten
Million United
States dollars) my husband deposited with a Private
Security and
Financial House in South Africa while he was alive,
which he made me 
next of kin/beneficiary.  This fund was declared and
deposited as 
valuables with the security company. Due to security
reasons, he did 
want them to know the real content of the box since it
is in cash form,
he then deposited it under what is called Diplomatic
Consignment of 
non inspection origin which does not give the company
right of
inspection before acceptance for deposit. Being a
refugee claimant here
in South Africa, certain Immigration Law prohibits me
from operating
financial transactions and exchanges. A financial
advicer therefore
advised me to seek and negotiate for a reliable
foreigner who could
assist me to transfer this fund to their bank account
in their country.

I am therefore humbly asking for your assistance to
help us to claim
this funds on our behalf and also transfer it to any
of your account 
may wish overseas by acting as the trustee of the
fund, which we will
appoint you. The family has agreed that 30% of the
fund shall be
credited to you for your help. Another 5% will also be
set aside for 
transactional/out of the pocket expenses that will
arise during the
course of the transaction from you and us. If you may
wish to go for a
joint business venture with us since I intend to
invest this money in
your country that is also negotiable.
Please show your interest by contacting me immediately
 through my son
Robert either by telephone number or e-mail address as
shown below. On
behalf of my family, I thank you for your
Best regards,

240 Mandela Square, Johannesburg, South Africa 
Mrs Victoria  Sipo
contact my  SON ROBERT SIPO

Mr  Robert  Sipo

TEL  : +27 -82-361-6478

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