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#219054 by AlanJones Mon Sep 15, 2014 2:37 am
From: kapesa martina - [email protected]

FROM MRS. M. KAPESA
AFRICA UNIVERSITY,
ZIMBABWE
Dear Sir

I will like to start by introducing myself.

My name is Mrs. Martina Kapesa. I am a lecturer with the Africa University, Zimbabwe.

I am writing you in respect to financial transaction, which I want you to help me carry out. It is the sum of $20million (twenty million dollars) that I want to secure out of South Africa with your help and co-operation.

The money, which is at present, in a finance company in South Africa where my late husband kept it for safety while planning on our traveling abroad before he was killed, is compensation given to him (my late husband) by our President, for series of money that he helped him to move out of our country, Zimbabwe when he was alive.

Now, I am on my annual leave, spending it here in South Africa then decided to write you for your help to me to secure this money in your country.

Considering the present economic and humanitarian crisis in my country, Zimbabwe, it is my intention to resign my appointment with the university and travel back with you, immediately this money is secured with your kind assistance.

I am therefore appealing to you to make necessary arrangement to come to South Africa so that we can meet each other and together follow up the necessary legal steps as required by the government for the transfer of this money out of South Africa. I am promising you that you will be adequately compensated for helping me to secure this money.

Kindly include your more personal details, full names telephone number/s and residential address while replying.you equally can contact me on Email as you receive my letter to acknowledge receipt.

Thank you very much in anticipation as I look forward to your urgent reply.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. Martina Kapesa
Lecturer
Africa University,
Zimbabwe

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#219055 by AlanJones Mon Sep 15, 2014 2:38 am
Dear XXX

Thank you for your email reply to my previous mail.
I am happy that you would like to assist me with this proposed transaction and I am looking forward to working with you.
You could help me by receiving the fund in your Country and investing it into very profitable business ventures for the future of my Children. This would entail working through some processes which will also involve your trip to South Africa for a face to face meeting with me.

I would give you further details about the processes in due course but firstly, I would like your assurances that this transaction will be kept in total confidence between you and me.
And also, please could you give to me your contact telephone numbers so that I could call you to familiarize myself with you and further discuss this transaction.
Your urgent response would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Mrs. Martina Kapesa.

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