The Scamdex Scam Email Archive

Subject:  GOOD DAY!
Date:  Tue, 04 Dec 2007 14:54:48 -0800
Dear Friend,


I will like to invest in your country. I am Samuel Dlovu from Liberia, the son of Michael Dlovu, 
former Minister of Mines and Industry. Our parents were killed in the Liberia war. Our Father 
deposited trunk box containing 33.6 Million U.S Dollars with Security and Finance Company in Ghana, 
for safe keeping and before his death he instructed that I should claim it to look after my only 
sister and my self.


My sister and I are now in Accra Ghana-West Africa, to notify claims of the fund. We intend to 
invest this money abroad, hence my contacting you to advise us how best we can invest this money in 
your country. One Mr. Bill Lloyd, who was supposed to receive this consignment box in USA, was 
demanding for 50% which I and my sister did not agree on for any reason, which was why we have to 
stop the delivery to him immediately, and search for another beneficiary who can help us on this. 
For your assistance we offer 20% of the money to you. We have all the vital documents covering the 
deposit fund and the ownership which I can send on request.


Please send your direct phone and fax numbers for more information on your reply.


Thank you very much for the anticipated acceptance while I expect your prompt response.


Best regards,

Samuel Dlovu 
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