ENG.JOHN LEKOTA DIRECTOR, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION SOUTH AFRICAN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT. TELEPHONE: + 27 83 953-5005 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL DEAR Sir/Madam, Based on the information gathered from the Ministry of Trade and Industry,we intend to solicit your assistance on this transaction on the assumption that you will not disappoint us. I am Eng. John Lekota,Director of project Implementation, South African Department of Transport. We have Twenty One Million United States Dollars (US$21,000,000.00) which we made over time from over inflated contracts in my Department (DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT) We are seeking your assistance and permission to remit this amount into your account or any other nominated account you can provide for us. Your commission will be 20% of the total sum, 5% for expenses and the remaining 75% is for my colleagues and myself. Could you please notify me of your acceptance to carry out this transaction urgently through this mail address (email@example.com) on the receipt of this message, Telephone + 27-83-953-5005. I shall in turn inform you of the modalities for a formal application to secure the necessary approvals for the immediate release of this fund into your account. Thanks for your co-operation. Yours faithfully, Engr. John Lekota You may also cc your response to my colleague Mr. Henry Ncube (firstname.lastname@example.org) for his perusal
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