FROM: MRS. EVELYN Dirma
Johannesburg, South Africa.
I am Mrs. Evelyn Dirma, wife of late Engineer Abraham Michael Dirma, of Bulawayo-Zimbabwe. I am now residing in South Africa as Asylum seeker (Refugee). In April 2007; my late husband’s was among the few blacks that were opposed to the arbitrary rule of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe. At mist of this crisis, he lost his life with his foreign partner, Mr. H.F. Panos.
I have contacted you to assist in transferring most especially, the money left behind by my husband and his foreign partner which was deposited in a trunk box as a family treasure before it gets confiscated or declared unserviceable by the Security and finance company here in South Africa.
Particularly, the security Company where this account valued at about USD$18,000,000 (Eighteen million United States Dollars) has issued me a notice to come and claim the consignment, or have it confiscated.
I seek your consent to present you as my late husband’s foreign business partner next of kin since you are a foreigner from outside South Africa and also because of my present status (Refugee) we are restricted from applying for a job or doing business here in South Africa. The proceeds of this account valued at USD$18, 000,000 million Dollars can be paid to you, and then we can share the amount on a mutual agreed percentage. All I require is your honest cooperation to enable us transfer this money into your account. Please do send to me your direct number and full personal details for easier communication and onwrd transfer of this fund to your account.
May God bless you.
I wait for your quick response.
Mrs. Evelyn Dirma