The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

Subject:  Good day
From:  James William <>
Date:  Tue, 27 Feb 2007 00:05:08 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Good day" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 27 Feb 2007 00:05:08 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was James William <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Good day
This letter is not intended to cause you any embarrassment in whatever form,  rather compel to contact your esteemed self, following knowledge of your high repute and trustworthiness,is borne out of this difficult situation that our family has been engulfed out since my father and bread winner of the family was forced to relinquish his position.
My name is James William the only surving son of Chief Steven Mumba William of Kwekwe Zimbabwe. During the  war crisis against the farmers in my country, Zimbabwe from the support of President Robert Mugabe,because of his envy and greediness to claim all the white-owned farms for his party members and his followers, he ordered all white farmers to surrender all their farm lands to his party members and his followers. My father(Chief Steven Mumba William of a blessed memory) was one of the best and richest black  farmers in the country and because he did not Support Robert Mugabe ideas, Mugabe ordered his supporters to invade my father's farm and burnt everything in the farm in as much as killing my beloved father with two of his workers who was at the farm with him and made away with a lot of items in my father's farm on the 19th Jan 2001, around 3.30 pm).
 Before his death, my father deposited with a security company here in Accra the capital city of Ghana West Africa the sum of US$20.5Million}Twenty million Five hundred thousand United States Dollars}and he made me the next of kin to this huge amount of money.This money is for the opening of the new 280 acres of farm land in Shiselweni Village near Umbuluzi river in Swaziland which my father negociated to buy with the help of the Swaziland Monarch King Suboza Mswati(lll) as well as buying tractors for the new site which my father had made all the enquries from New LondonTractor & Equipment. Route 460 West of Lynchburg London.
After the death of my father,i and my mother and sister decided to move to Ghana where my father had deposited the Money.On getting to Ghana i and my mother went to thecompany were the money is deposited and we met the operational  manager after explaining our reason of coming,he sent for the bank lawyer who was a withness during the time of deposit and they showed to us an agreement made by my late father that the money belongs to his foreign partner and that unless his foreign partner is involved the money can not be claimed by me and of which i am the next of kin.And in this regard, the lawyer said that my father did this because should anything happen to him the money will not be claimed by any African Leader or family relatives.So what i want you to do now for us is to assist us in the transfer of this money into your account as my late father's foreign patner.My mother and i will be willing to offer you 25% from the total sum if you are honest to us. Would you be kind enough to assist me.I am awaiting your reply but please let this be confidential.
God be with you.
James William

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