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Subject:  AN APPEAL FOR BUSSINESS COORPERATION.
From:  "MARTIN OYEMBA" <oyembamartin@web.de>
Date:  Sat, 09 Dec 2006 09:24:34 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "AN APPEAL FOR BUSSINESS COORPERATION." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 09 Dec 2006 09:24:34 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "MARTIN OYEMBA" <oyembamartin@web.de>, although it may have been spoofed.

 MARTIN OYEMBA
Email: oyembamartin@yahoo.com >
DEAR SIR,
AN APPEAL FOR BUSSINESS COORPERATION.


I am Mr MARTIN OYEMBA,the CEO of a land Estate in Zimbabwe. You might have been surprised as to 
where I got your contact address.I got your contact
address from the ministry of Trade and Industry in Cameroon.So, this should not burder you 
please.As you must have read from the subject of my mail,i am making to you a bilateral business 
proposal which i wish u consider it highly confidencial between both of us.Please,read through the 
following lines well to understand what i am proposing to you.
As a result of the land dispute in Zimbabwe,where white-owned farms,together with those belonging 
to blacks who were not in support of the ruling government,were confiscated in favour of the 
loyalies of President Mugabe,i was forced to fold-up and flee the country.
I happened to be a victim of this unjust land redistribution program of Mr Mugabe.I have been an 
outspoken critic of Mr Mugabe.As a result of this,my LAND ESTATES were confiscated, and part of my 
funds freezed.Ás a result,i flee for safety to Cameroon, a fellow African country.
With me, was part of my business funds that i managed to safe from the government´s 
confiscation.This amount to 1.3million euros,and some other precious items.
But unfortunately for me, the laws binding Commerce and Investment by foreigners in Cameroon,does 
not favour me,coupled with the fact that iam living here in hidding,and fear to formally ask for 
political asylum here in Cameroon.This is because the Cameroon government had vowed not to have 
anything to do with the internal political affairs of other African states including Zimbabwe.

Following all these;i decided to deposit all my funds as personal valuables in to a private 
security company here in Cameroon,for safe custody.This is because i´am not a freeman here.Thus, 
not allowed to enjoy certain financial rights like operating a bank account.

So, this is where I would like you to come in.I wouild like you come to to Cameroon, where you 
could open a non-resident
account, through which these funds would be channeled out to your nominated
overseas account,or to assist in any way possible to secure a safe tranfer of this funds to your 
country,or any country of your choice, you feel would be kept or invested conviniently.

If my proposal in assisting in the transfer of this funds to your country,
i will conpensate you with 20% of the total funds.I have mapped out 5% of the funds to deal with 
the expensis we are going to incure in the transaction.Meanwhile,i would need your advice on how 
and where to invest the 75% that would be left.
But if you have got any other reservations as concerns my proposals,do not hesitate to let me know.
This transaction involves no risks,as i have been duely advised by a top official in the Ministry 
of Finance here in Cameroon,as the only and most secured way to go about the whole stuff without 
encountering any problem or difficulties.
oyembamartin@yahoo.com .

Your urgent response will be highly appreciated.

Best regards.
OYEMBA



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