Indeed, this is a hoax. There's also a US Postal Service fraud bulletin
out on them.
annet planten wrote:
> "Mike Yang" <unspecified at domain.name> schreef:
>>>>If any one did contact the email sender, please let us know what happens
>>later. I am curious and this is not the first time I see a letter like this.
>>>>>>""MRS.M.SESE SEKO"" <nanseseo at yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>news:20020521183121.41F0217C04 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk...>>FROM:MRS. M SESE-SEKO
>>>>I AM MRS. SESE-SEKO WIDOW OF LATE PRESIDENT MOBUTU
>> etcetera etcetera
>> Never ever reply or get involved.
> Mails like these (and letters sent to private homes
> worldwide), containing about the same message 'help me/us
> freeing the sum of money I'm entiteled to but for here
> explained reasons can't get hold of; you will be rewarded
> for your temp. investment'.
>> It's mainly Nigerian frauds you'll meet. Well organised,
> good story, or tearjerking story, but still good organised
> This morning, my newspaper had the story of a dutch
> businessman who lost a mere 600.000 dollar, but most people
> who let themselves be 'robbed' are too ashamed to inform the
> Do a search on Nigerian + fraud and see for yourself.
>> Bye, Annet
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