Auf einen Schlag steinreich!

Gestern hatte ich noch davon gesprochen, heute hatte ich eine Mail im Spam-Ordner, die genau diese Masche versucht. Allerdings kam meine Nigeria-Connection wohl aus Zimbabwe.

Für diejenigen, denen diese Art von Spam unbekannt ist, hier mal der Text:


You may be surprised to receive this strange letter from me. I am Mrs. Monica Themba, the wife of Mr. Godwin Themba of Zimbabwe. I got your address in my desperate search to get someone overseas to assist my family. My husband was among the rich black farmers in Zimbabwe who were murdered in cold blood by the agent of the ruling government of president Robert Mugabe because my husband was against the method adopted by the government on new land reform act that wholly affected the white farmers in Zimbabwe. Before the Invasion, my husband took me to South Africa as if he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe and deposited US (US$22.5m} Twenty Two Million Five Hundred Thousand, United States Dollars) with a security and financial company in South Africa. This money was for buying farmlands in Lesotho, Swaziland, and also Machinery for the farm.

Heads of government from western world, especially Britain and the U.S.A, have voiced their condemnation against Mugabe’s new land reform act. It is against this background that my family has mandated me to seek assistance to transfer this money to a foreign account for investment purposes. Presently, I am residing in South Africa as an asylum seeker. However, I cannot invest this money here in South Africa because of economic and political instability all over Africa and with the financial laws of South Africa, as an asylum seeker, I have no right to own or open a bank account in my name here in South Africa. From the above, you can understand that my entire life and family’s Future depends on this money. I shall be grateful if you can assist me transfer this money out of South Africa into your company or personal account for investment purposes as my next of kin and my late husband’s business partner. Please note that this transaction is 100% risk
free, and for your effort, I am prepared to offer you 20% of the total sum. […]

Klingt doch vielversprechend. Wer mag, kann die Emailadressen bei mir erfragen und sein Glück versuchen…

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