Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Ms Yak's yakety-yak

I got a note in my e-mail from Ms Laaibah Justin Yak, a woman I don’t know, but who has reached out to me to help her. Not only am I this African woman’s “Beloved One,” she was led to me by her prayers! I have to admit, I wouldn’t have thought of that as a come-on to bunco.
” Though you may wonder why I am so soon revealing myself to you without knowing you, well, I will say that my mind convinced me that you are the true person to help me.”
Like Mr. Amarachi’s entreaty to me a few weeks ago, I guess I’ll have to let this golden opportunity pass me by. I don’t respond to pleas which come via the Internet. I'm surprised to see these con games still being played; I thought everyone got wise to them a couple of years ago.

If Ms Yak did contact me via her prayers I’m perturbed with God for giving out my e-mail address.
Beloved One,

Let me first introduce myself to you, I am a citizen of Sudan but currently staying in Burkina Faso. My name is Laaibah Justin Yak, 22 years old originated from Sudan. I got your E-mail address/profile through my internet search from your country national chamber of commerce when I was searching for a good and trust worthy person who will be my friend and I believe that it is better we get to know each other better and trust each other because I believe any good relationship will only last if it is built on truth and real love.
My father Dr. Justin Yak Arop was the former Minister for SPLA Affairs and Special Adviser to President Salva Kiir of South Sudan for Decentralization. My father Dr. Justin Yak and my mother including other top Military officers and top government officials had been on board when the plane crashed on Friday May 02, 2008.. You can read more about the crash through the below
After the burial of my father, my uncles conspired and sold my father’s properties to a Chinese Expatriate and live nothing for me. On a faithful morning, I opened my father's briefcase and found out the documents which he have deposited huge amount of money in one bank in Burkina Faso with my name as the next of kin. I travelled to Burkina Faso to withdraw the money so that I can start a better life and take care of myself.
On my arrival, the Branch manager of the Bank whom I met in person told me that my father's instruction to the bank was the money be release to me only when I am married or present a trustee who will help me and invest the money overseas. I have chosen to contact you after my prayers and I believe that you will not betray my trust. But rather take me as your own sister. Though you may wonder why I am so soon revealing myself to you without knowing you, well, I will say that my mind convinced me that you are the true person to help me.
More so, I will like to disclose much to you if you can help me to relocate to your country because my uncle has threatened to assassinate me. The amount is $5.6 Million and I have confirmed from the bank in Burkina Faso. You will also help me to place the money in a more profitable business venture in your Country. However, you will help by recommending a nice University in your country so that I can complete my studies.
It is my intention to compensate you with 10% of the total money for your services and the balance shall be my capital in your establishment. As soon as I receive your interest in helping me, I will put things into action immediately. In the light of the above, I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your ability and willingness to handle this transaction sincerely. Please do keep this only to your self.

Sincerely yours,
Laaibah Justin Yak


DEMiller said...

These sort of scans are becoming fairly common.

El Postino said...

And despite that, people still fall for them. Amazing.

ry@n said...

I get these e-mails. There from a Bank Of Africa. And i dont even live in Africa!!!

ry@n said...

Its from a Bank Of Africa. I get these types of spam a lot.