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Subject:  Dr. MRS.THABI MOO KIBBASSA
From:  thabi kibbassa <thabi01@yahoo.com>
Date:  Thu, 15 Mar 2007 05:08:22 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Dr. MRS.THABI MOO KIBBASSA" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 15 Mar 2007 05:08:22 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was thabi kibbassa <thabi01@yahoo.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

MY FULL NAMES: DR. MRS. THABI MOO KIBBASSA
MY REFUGEE PERMIT#: JWRTSZE
BORN IN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO ON THE 10 OF JUNE 1968
MY ADDRESS IN SOUTH AFRICA IS: UNIT 68 SUNSET VILLA NO. 2 WITGOUD
STREET, RANDFONTEIN JOHANNESBURG 2000

GOOD DAY,

Firstly, I would like to introduce my humble self to you: I am Dr Mrs Thabi Kibbassa, a wife to the late KIBBASSA MADIBA a former Minister Mineral Resources of Congo (DRC) and former financial aid. who was appointed after president Laurent Kabila took over power from the exile dictator Mobutu Sese Seko; for the export of valuables stones (DIAMOND, GOLD ETC) to Europe.
My husband’s sector had generated a lot of money. Unfortunately, 3 years ago the Tutsi rebels from the Eastern bordering motivated by the incumbent president of Uganda Dr. Youri Museveni launched an attack against the government of Congo, which was under the leadership of Laurent Kabila.

 In view of pushing him out of his power. So far all efforts made by the O.A.U and the United Nation for a cease-fire has been null and void.Due to the war that was going in my country, my husband used his position and his diplomatic immunity as a government official to disguise the sum of {US$21 Million} Twenty one Million united States Dollars in a trunk box and succeeded in transporting it to Johannesburg South Africa.

After my husband’s death last year, I and my son MILTON KIBBASSA went to South Africa and seek Asylum, we could not transfer this money immediately out of South Africa due to our status as a refugees. My husband had deposited the consignment with one of the Finance Security Company in Johannesburg for safekeeping. During the time of the deposit, the funds were declared as Family Valuables, for security reasons.

Due to the forthcoming and restrictions pervading South African refugees on monetary policies, we kindly request that you grant us the consent to present you and your company as the beneficiaries of the consignment so that we can be able to transfer the money to your nominated account outside South Africa for investment purposes.This transaction is 100% risk free on all our parts; all the legitimate documents will be forwarded to you, when you indicate your interest.

We have decided to offer you 20% of the total sum, which is redeemable after the funds are transferred to your account, and 5% mapped out for expenses, 75% of the funds will be for my family, which I would like to invest in a profitable business in your company in your country.With your vast experience in business I would like your close supervision and directives concerning this investments.
 
If you accepts this humble proposal, kindly contact me or my son on this phone number
+2773-0640-460.

NB: KINDLY STATE CLEARLY YOUR DIRECT FAX AND TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR
SWIFT EXCHANGE OF NEEDED INFORMATION
Truly yours
DR. MRS.THABI MOO KIBBASSA & MILTON MOO KIBBASSA


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