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#1
This guy I've never met or heard of just sent me this e-mail, I'm pretty sure it's a scam of some sort but it would be interesting to call the number


ATTENTION: DIRECTOR /CEO.


STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL

You may be surprised to receive this letter from me, I am MR.DAVID KUBA,the first SON of MR.PEDRO KUBA,a farmer and leader movement for democratic change (MDC)in Zimbabwe who was murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe.

Before the death of my father, he had taken me to Johannesburg to deposit the sum of US$40 M(FOURTY MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS),in a Security Company, as if he fore saw the looming danger in Zimbabwe.
This amount was meant for the purchase of new machines and chemicals for the farms and the establishment of the new farms in Swaziland. Infact, alot of people have been killed because of this land reformed Act for which my father was one of the victims. the law of South Africa prohibit a refugee (asylum seeker)to do any legal businesss.

Which ever the option you want, feel free to notify me as I have also mapped out 5% of this money for all kinds of expenses incurred in the proccess of this transaction.
If you do not prefer a partnership I am willing to give you 20% of the money while the remaining 75% will be for my investment in your country. Contact me with the above telephone number , maintain the absolute secrecy required in this transaction. And no matter the level of transaction we are, you must call me on phone first before sending a reply. I realy need your assistance to transfer this money out.
Please, You should keep this transaction secret and confidential. And send your fax and telephone numbers for easy communication.

THANKS FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION
DAVID KUBA (FOR THE FAMILY)


So, warriors, SHOULD I CALL THE NUMBER PROVIDED?
#7
It's totally not a scam.
You should call the number, and meet him in the place he chooses.
Really.
#8
Yeah man, of course, everytime an African man emails me with huge sums of money i always give him my bank details, why wouldnt I?
#10
I got that exact same email about 4 months ago. I did not trust it. Delete it. Do not call it. They may trace your phone.
#13
Call him, this guy seems legit
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#14
i get an email like that everyday. sometimes more than one a day. ignore it.
#15
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It's totally not a scam.
You should call the number, and meet him in the place he chooses.
Really.

This seems like the best advice so far. I better call him. Get back to you guys later.
#19
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This sounds like a great opportunity, don't pass it up.

I am willing to give you 20% of the money while the remaining 75% will be for my investment in your country



"I have also mapped out 5% of this money for all kinds of expenses incurred in the proccess of this transaction."

Read the whole thing mate...
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#20
Send him your sort code and account number as well.
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#22
They send you something called "Black money" which is in general, just black construction paper...

I saw it on a documentary, the Fifth Estate I think it was.
#24
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This seems like the best advice so far. I better call him. Get back to you guys later.

Duh.
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#25
Its a random number from some random far away country, your phone company emailed you it, and is trying get an incredibly high, random amount of money from you. In other words,

DO IT, QUEER BAG!!!

That is all.
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#26
do it from a pay phone, that way they don't have your number in case it turns out bad...

but i got a similar email a while ago. some stupid nigerian money scam.
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#28
I say this e-mail is a clue to the Zodiac killer, and you should look further into it.

But that's just me.
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#30
come on man, where would we be without trust? just call the number and before they can say anything, just yell out your information. that's what i'd do.
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#31
If you call it don't use a phone you use because it will because it will be raped from all the spam
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