Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: From Mr. Johnson Moyo

From: Mr. Johnson Moyo <>

This email with the subject "From Mr. Johnson Moyo" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 13 Feb 2007 06:22:36 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was Mr. Johnson Moyo <>, although it may have been spoofed.

From: Mr. Johnson Moyo
N0 10 Mandela Avenue  Johannesburg
South Africa

You may be surprise to receive this latter since you do not know me personally .I got your contact 
through Johannesburg chamber of commerce .I am Mr. Johnson Moyo the son of late Dr. Raymond Moyo 
who was recently murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe .my late father was among the few black 
Zimbabwean rich farmer who was murdered in cold blood by the agent of the ruling government of 
president Robert Mugabe for allegedly supporting the party controlled by the white minority.

Before the death of my father he had taken to Johannesburg, republic of South Africa the sum of 
US$10m  (Ten million united state dollars) and deposited it with a private security company as if 
he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe. This money is contained in a trunk box and he registered 
it as
family treasures and valuables for adequate security reason.

The fund was meant to purchase new agricultural machines and chemicals for farming in Lesotho and 
Swaziland. This land dispute sparked off when president Robert Mugabe introduced a new land act 
that wholly affected he white farmer and some few black who vehemently condemned the modus oparandi 
adopted by the government, added with their party status. This resulted to rampage and mob action 
by the war veterans and some political thugs in which more than fifty-one (51) people were killed 
including my father. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Heads of governments from the west 
especially Britain and America have voiced their condemnation against ugabe’s plan.
As the eldest son of my father, I am saddled with the
responsibility of seeking a genuine partner and account where this money will be transferred with 
out exposing the whole situation. I am faced with the dilemma of investing this money in South 
Africa for fear of encountering the same experience in future since both countries have the almost 
the same political history. Moreso, South Africa monetary laws dose not allow
refuges/asylum seeker to engage on any  business activities neither are they allowed to open any 
bank account. Therefore, I am seeking for your very good assistance to transfer this money out of 
South Africa into your overseas chosen account. For your effort and assistance I have made up my 
mind to offer you 30% of the total fund, 5% for any unforeseen expenses that may occur during the 
process of the transaction and
65% will be for my investments in your country under your guidance.
Please should this request meet your utmost consideration kindly contact me via my e-mail and 
telephone above. Feel free to ask any question you consider necessary and in return try to include 
your private phone and fax numbers for easier nication. The confidentiality of this request can not 
be over emphasized as I have believe that you will oblige us in the need for security and attention 
it demands. Please treat this transaction with absolutely confidentiality and urgency it deserves 
and even if you are not in a position to render any assistance please your earlier information will 
be highly appreciated.
Yours faithfully
Mr. Johnson Moyo