Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Mrs. Relian Mulalo.

From: "Mrs. Relian Mulalo." <>

This email with the subject "Mrs. Relian Mulalo." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 17 Sep 2006 04:58:29 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "Mrs. Relian Mulalo." <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Hello Dear.
Compliments of the season. I did like to send to you the best wishes of good health and success in 
your pursuits particularly through my proposal as contained in this letter. i may not wish to 
disclose how I got your email address for now. After due deliberation with my son,I decided to 
forward to you this business proposal, we want you to assist us .I will give you more information. 
As to this regard as soon as you reply.
I am Mrs. Relian Mulalo. I am contacting you with the hope that you will be of great assistance to 
me, I currently have within my reach the sum of 3,245,000. million U.S dollars cash which I intend 
to use for investment purposes.
I therefore personally appeal to you seriously and religiously for your urgent assistance to move 
this money in to your country where I believe it will be safety since I cannot leave the country 
due to the restriction of movement imposed on the members of my family by the Senegal Government.
This money came as a result of a payback contract deal between my husband Dr, Mulalo. and a Russian 
firm in our country.The Russian partners returned my husbands share .Presently, the new civilian 
Government has intensified their probe in to my husbands financial resources which has led to the 
freezing of all our accounts, local and foreign, the revoking of all our business licences and the 
arrest of my First son.
In view of this I want to acted very fast to withdraw this money from one of our finance houses 
before it will be closed down.My husband deposited the money in a finance firm here in senegal for 
safe keeping . No record is known about this fund by the government because there is no 
documentation showing that we have such funds.
Further more, my elder son have been in detention in the last four years following the death of my 
late husband for charges of State organized murder and corrupt practices. he was just been released 
by the Supreme Court after the president brokered a deal with my family regarding his freedom. and 
he is still under interrogation about my late husband's assets and some vital documents.
Due to the current situation in the country and government attitude to my family,I cannot make use 
of this money within, thus I seek your help in transferring this funds out for investment than 
leaving the fund here and to invest the money to profit my family Bearing in mind that you may 
assist me.l have decided to part with 20% of the total sum.
I am seriously considering to settle down abroad in a friendly atmosphere like yours as soon as 
this fund get into your account so that I can start all over again if only you wish. I shall ask my 
son Lamine to come over to your country to liaise with you. If this proposal satisfies you. please 
do not let me out to the security as I am giving you this information in total trust and confidence.
Please kindly reply by return mail and please include your personal telephone and fax numbers. 
Conclusively,we have decided part with 20% of the total sum. while 80% is to be held on trust by 
you until we can decide on a suitable business investment in your country subsequent to our free 
movement by the Senegal Government.
I will greatly appreciate if you accept my proposal in good faith.
Regards .
Mrs. Relian Mulalo.
Nb= my alternate Email is