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Subject:  Kindly Assist
From:  "sigcau" <>
Date:  Tue, 20 Jul 2004 09:45:06 -0400

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Dear friend,Patti Herington

I am contacting you to front as a co-owner of my late husband's
company and beneficiary of funds (US$15,500,000.00) due to the
company. I am currently a high ranking government official in the
ruling cabinet of President Thabo Mbeki (South Africa). I am a widow
and mother of two children.My late husband Mr Ronald Tshabalala died
1996. After his death, I recently discovered that an over-invoiced
proceeds of a contract I helped his company secure is yet to be paid
out by the Reserve Bank of South Africa. Presently the funds can
also be paid out by South Africa's offshore bank in netherland. This
funds emanated as a result of an over-invoiced contract which my
husband's company executed with the Government of South Africa.I am
afraid that the government of South Africa might start to
investigate on contracts awarded from 1995 to date. If they discover
this money yet unclaimed with my husband's name linked to it, the
government will confisticate the money and seize his assets here in
South Africa and this will definitely affect my political career in

I want your assistance to front as a co-owner of his company
(Tshabalala Construction, LTD) to facilitate the release of the
funds. I will introduce a very good attorney to assist us with the
transfer process without any hitch but he will not be told my
interest in the transaction as I play a very sensitive role in my
government. As the contract was executed in my present government
department, be rest assured that I will use my position to approve
the immediate release of the entitlement. As soon as the funds is
release to your name, you are expected to move it immediately into
your personal bank account in your country. As soon as you have
confirmed receipt of the funds into your account, I will arrange to
meet with you.I have come to conclusion that i will give you 30% of
the total sum,60% for me and 10% for miscelinios expendicture. If
you agree to my proposal, please endeavour to send me an urgent me at:


Due to my sensitive position in the South African Government, I
would not want you to phone or fax me,. The lawyer I will recommend
to assist us will be representing our interest at the Reserve Bank
of South Africa and all necessary quarters and legal documentation
to back up your claims. All future correspondence must be made to me
before contacting the attorney.Presently the attorney is in nigeria
for a summit. I am reposing huge trust on you regardless of your
being a total stranger. Upon your reply, we shall dicuss your
percentage for your assistance if 30% is not suitable by you.
Because of my sensitive position as serving government official, I
will only give you more details of myself when we proceed further
and I am sure of your sincerity.

Thank you and God Bless.

Stella Sigcau Honesty and transparency, they are my best work tools.

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