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Subject: Re: [Leica] MY INHERITANCE (OT like there's no tomorrow)
From: "Don" <>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 03:31:17 -0500
References: <>

What about throwing in a deed to the Brooklyn bridge as a token of your
good faith? If you don't have one handy, let me know as I have a trunk
full that I bought from an Angolan/Nigerian potentate a couple of years
ago to show him the credit card number I gave him to debit for $5,000
was valid.

The idea was to transfer enough cash to allow him to purchase the
remainder of the Soviet Union Army, Air Force, and Missile Division for
the purpose of invading France.

The guy's initials were OBL. Since then he has made the news but rather
than having to work up a sweat invading France, the French have by
acclimation asked him to come in and run things for awhile kinda like
they did another guy about 60 years ago.

This is really a chance to get in on the ground floor!

- ----- Original Message -----
From: "Craig Zeni" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2002 1:59 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] MY INHERITANCE (OT like there's no tomorrow)

> At 11:00 PM 5/16/2002, you wrote:
> >Date:May 16,2002.
> >
> >
> >Dear Sir,
> >
> >I am Mr.Eduado de Mello, one of the Principal
> (snippo of 4-1-9 scammage)
> >Yours truly,
> >Eduado de Mello
> Dear Mr. Eduado de Mello,
> It is so good to hear from a fellow-countryman, having been raised and
> lived for many years
> in our most beautiful homeland, Angola. I want to send you my sincere
> thanks and gratitude
> for your kind offer of USD$32,000.000.00 (THIRTY-TWO MILLION UNITED
> DOLLARS) for
> taking part in this funds transfer transaction.
> However, I am a businessman too, and I make my living transferring
> sums of money from
> and to my friends, relatives, and business associates in Nigeria.
> Therefore, I know that you
> would agree, that in order to participate in this wonderful
opportunity, I
> must have an
> advance monetary commitment from you -- a good faith gesture on your
> -- in order to
> proceed.
> Therefore, I ask that you deposit just 10% ($3,200,000) of the $32M
into my
> PayPal account
> as an indication that you truly possess the funds and are actually
> authorized to release
> them. Using the online PayPal service is a very convenient and secure
> to transfer funds.
> All you need do is access the PayPal web site -- --
> open a PayPal
> account, deposit the funds into your new account, and then transfer
> money into my
> existing account, which has already been set up to receive the $32M.
> You only need my email address, which you already have, to transfer
> funds into my
> account. Therefore, the complete safety of your account, as well as
> is guaranteed and
> insured unconditionally. You have asked that this matter be handled
> the strictest
> confidentiality, and I will agree to that condition, provided that the
> transfer takes place
> in a reasonable period of time, say by Friday, 24 May.
> If the money has not been received by that time, I must assume that
you are
> not making a
> legitimate offer, and that you might be someone other than who you say
> are -- although I
> can tell by the exceptional language of your email, that is probably
> the case. However,
> if that is the case, then I will be forced to embark upon a most
> course of action
> that I would prefer not to undertake.
> Because I have so many loyal friends in the Government of Angola and
> Military, and many
> close ties within the Security Service where you work, it would be
> easy to locate your
> office and your home, as well as learn the identities of your friends
> relatives.
> I truly don't believe that you would want to jeopardize their health
> well-being, and
> your own future. I will access my PayPal account on next Saturday to
> that your
> good-faith payment has been made. Once that takes place, we can move
> forward with the final
> transfer.
> I trust that you will not disappoint me in this matter, since the
> consequences for
> non-compliance could be quite severe. I look forward with great
> anticipation to working with
> you.
> Yours faithfully,
> Inna Gadda Da Vida, JD, MMB,
> President & CEO
> U.S./Angola Funds Transfer Organization
> Beverly Hills, CA
> --
> Craig Zeni - REPLY TO -->> clzeni at mindspring dot com
> You glorify the past when the future dries up - Bono
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