Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Robert Wanga

FOR YOUR CONFIDENTIAL OBSERVATION ONLY

WANGA <inrobertwanga@gmail.com>

Attention President/CEO,

First, I must solicit your confidant in this transaction; this is by virtue of its nature as utterly CONFIDENTIAL and TOP SECRET. Though I know that the transaction of this magnitude will make any one apprehensive and worried, but I am assuring you that all will be well at the end of the day. I have decided to contact you due to the urgency of this transaction, as we have been reliably informed of your discreteness and ability in transaction of this nature.

You will agree with me that the rate of scams and fraudulent practices has made it impossible for genuine business deals to be carried out successfully because everybody is afraid of different proposals and offer emanating from so many countries globally but if only you will give attention on this you will find out the authenticity of this transaction and I hope this letter finds you in good health. I know this letter may come to you as a surprise because we don’t know before.

Let me start by first introducing myself properly to you, My name is Robert Wanga, Director of Logistics. Department of Petroleum Resources, Government of South Sudan (GOSS-DPR). we are presently issuing Diesel-Automotive Gasoil supply contracts/licenses to companies and individuals. The order price is US$730 per Metric Ton CIF-Mombasa, Kenya. Supply quantity is 200,000 Metric Tons per month for 12 months.

Meanwhile i have good relations with the Government of Venezuela through the Port of Maracaibo for supply of these quantities. They are selling for US$680 per Metric Ton FOB-Maracaibo, Venezuela. A price difference of US$50 per Metric Ton. This sums up to a gross profit of US$10,000,000 per month.You can mail me at: (robert_wanga@aol.com) with your full names, contact address, private telephone / fax numbers, so I can convey further details to you.

My reason for contacting you is because i am looking for a genuine partner to work with to get this license, supply the Diesel and share in the profits 50/50. First thing to be done is to register you as a company or an individual with our Contractors Board. Then we will apply for the license and i will make sure we get it. At the time of sending this letter, I will be traveling to some African countries to meet two of the recommended attorney that will be our front and rep.
I am hoping we can work together on this project.

I expect your response.

Robert Wanga

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