Thursday, 16 July 2009


Would you trust a scammer who can't even spell his first name? Dr.Tomithy Lambo is a scammer. He doesn't have millions of dollars to invest. He is, however, hoping that you will fall for his plan and send him your money. Yes - if you answer - you will find yourself being asked to send money.

Don't fall for this scam. Delete the email and don't reply.

First and Foremost my apology, for using this medium to reach you, for a transaction/business of this nature. I have decided to seek a confidential cooperation with you in the execution of the deal described hereunder for the benefit of all parties and hope you will keep it as a top secret because of the nature of this

I am a member and the Director of the Project Implementation committee,
Department of Minerals and Energy, Republic of South Africa. We in search of a foreign agent to assist us in the transfer of US$14.5m and subsequent investment;
in properties in your country. You will be required to: -
(1) Assist in the transfer of the said sum
(2) Advise on lucrative areas for investment
(3) Assist us in purchase of properties.
If you are willing to assist us in the transaction, your share of
the sum will be 30% of the US$14.5M, 60% for us and 10% for miscellaneous

I will be pleased as soon as you indicate your interest by including your
confidential phone and fax numbers in your positive response to me.

This will enable us furnish you with further information on the procedures and modalities on how funds will be transferred or made available to you.

I await your immediate response.
Dr.Tomithy Lambo
Note; reply to my pravite mail;

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