The scammer states that he has recently been appointed as the director general of First National Bank of Africa and has discovered a fixed deposit of US$155 000 made in 2008 by Dana Kirk, a former basketball head coach for the Memphis Tigers men’s team.
According to the mail, Kirk passed away recently and without any listed beneficiaries. As such, the scammer would like the mail recipient to send him their contact details and country of residence so that he can deposit the money into a valid account and then recoup 50% of the balance.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation would like to alert you that this email is fraudulent and should be treated as such. View the scam email below:
I am Zondwa Mandela the grandson of Nelson Mandela am the 2nd manager in Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma’s Mine.
Also I have just been appointed the Director general of First National Bank of Africa(FNB)this year, i discovered a fixed deposit of $155.000 USD made on 03/01/2008 by Mr Dana Kirk a former basketball head coach for Memphis Tigers Men’s team,he died recently and there is no information left in the case of death,so all i need is some one who will stand as a beneficiary to this money so that we can transfer the fund into his account,and there after he will send me %50 percent of this fund, please be aware that this is confidential because of the nature of the business.
I should not have done this but i need this money to pay for my house in London will do all the documentations and every other thing needed with my position as the Director of the Bank.
Send me your full name/s,contact address and country of residence, contact me only if you are interested also i need an honest person who will not run away when this fund gets to his account, like i said %50 percent is your offer.
Mr Zondwa M.