Monday, May 5, 2008


see attached bellow.
From Rex Ndaba
Tel:+27 735 977 077
Johannesburg -
South Africa


You may be surprise to receive this letter from me since you don't know me
personally. I am. RexIndaba the son of Dr. SIMON Indaba who was recently
murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe.
I got your contact through Network on line in my search for a reliable and
reputable person to handle this transaction which involves a transfer of fund to
a foreign account in this regard
I and my family decided to write you since it has been a thing for us to invest
in your country my late father was among the few black Zimbabwean rich farmers
as well a politician murdered
in cold blood by the agents of the ruling government of president Robert Mugabe.

For his alleged support and sympathy for the Zimbabwean opposition party
controlled by the white minority.Before his death he had taken to Johannesburg -
South Africa to deposit the sum of
US$ 20 Million (twenty million United States Dollars) with a Security and
Finance Company as if he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe.

The money was deposited in a box as family valuables to avoid much demurrage
from the Security Company. This money was embarked for the purchase of new
machinery and chemical for farms and
the establishment of new farms in Lesotho and Swaziland.

This land problem arose when President Robert Mugabe introduced a new land act
that wholly affected the rich white farmers and some few blacks vehemently
condemned the "modus operandi"
adopted by the government. This resulted to rampant killing and mob action by
the war veterans and some political thugs. Precisely, hundreds of people have
been killed.

Heads of governments from the west, especially Britain and United States of
America have voiced their condemnation of Mugabe'splan. Subsequently, South
African Development Community (S.A.D.C)
has continuously supported Mugabe's new land act, it is against this background
that I and my family who are currently residing in South Africa have decided to
transfer my Father's money into a foreign account. As the eldest son of my

I am saddled with the responsibility of seeking a genuine foreign account where
this money could be transferred without the knowledge of my government who are
tactically freezing our family
wealth and South Africa's government seems to be playing along with them.

I am faced with the dilemma of investing this money in South Africa for fear of
encountering the same experience in future since both countries have almost the
same political history. More
so, the South African Foreign Exchange policy does not allow such investment
hence I am seeking for a business minded person whom I can entrusted the future
of my family into his hands, I
must let you know that this transaction is 100% risk free and the nature of your
business does not necessarily matter.

For your assistance, we are offering you 20% of the total sum,70% for me and my
family while 10% will be mapped out for any expenses we may incure during this
transaction. We wish to invest
our money on commercial property based on your advice. Finally, I will demand
for assurance that you will not sit on this money when it finally gets to your
personal or company's account in
your country. If this proposal is acceptable by you,

please confirm your interest via my phone number-27-73-597 7077or you reply
through the above email.

Best Regards.
Rex Indaba

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