Before you proceed reading my mail please do go through this webpage for more details: http://www.rte.ie/news/2000/0418/zimbabwe.html
You may be surprised to receive this message from me since you don't know me in person, but for the purpose of introduction, I am MR.DAVID OLDS, a citizen of Zimbabwe, the son of late MR.MARTIN OLDS (A Farmer ) who was murdered in a land dispute in ZIMBABWE.
I got your contact through the Burkina Faso Information Exchange Online, and then I decided to write you. My late father was among the few black Zimbabwean rich farmers murdered in cold blood by the agent of the ruling government of President ROBERT MUGABE for his alleged support and sympathy for Zimbabwean opposition party.
Before the death of my father, he deposited the sum of Five Million US Dollars ($5M) with a security company during when he went to Ouagadougou Burkina Faso to purchase his farm machinery equipment, as if he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe. The money was deposited as a gem / precious stone to avoid seize and much demurrage from the security organization.
This money was earmarked for the purchase of new machinery and chemicals for the farms and the establishment of new farms in Lesotho and Swaziland. This land problem arose when President R. MUGABE introduced a new land Act, which wholly affects the white rich farmers and some few blacks vehemently condemned the 'MODUS OPERANDI' adopted by the government.
This resulted to rampant killing and mob actions. I and my family who are currently staying in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso as a refugee asylum seeker, have decided to transfer this money to a foreign country where we can invest it. You will read more stories about President Mugabe's brutal acts by visiting. This website: http://www.rte.ie/news/2000/0418/zimbabwe.html
I am faced with the dilemma of investing this amount of money in Oversea but the financial law and Regulations of the Republic of Burkina Faso, Burkina Faso do not permit us financial rights to such huge sum of mone y. In view of this, I cannot invest the fund in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Moreover, the Burkina Faso monetary policy/law does not allow such investment by an asylum seeker or refugee.
I must let you know that this transaction is 100% risk free and the nature of your business does not necessarily matter. So if you are willing to assist us, I and my family have agreed to give you 20% of the total money, 40% will be for a joint business venture I will be doing with you and another 40% will be for the family, which we shall also invest in your country. Therefore, if you are willing and interested to render the needed assistance, endeavor to contact me through the above telephone or email address. I also need your private telephone and fax numbers for quick communication.
Please Remember that this transaction is highly confidential. Expect your reply soonest.
For the family.
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