Nelson Mandela Free Loan Foundation scam

The Nelson Mandela Foundation has been made aware of a new email scam doing the rounds. The email asks the receiver to forward the sender a copy of their identity documents in order to facilitate a fraudulent loan transaction.

The email attachments include a fake affidavit and fake certificate of transfer of ownership.

View the fraudulent documents below. 

The accompanying emails read as follows:

"Dear winner,

Your data information have been received in our office, mean why you have being asign to one of our attorney agent as soon as the documentation is ready we shall contacted you in a sort wide for the next thing.

congratulation once again you have qulified for our CATEGORY 2 mine why you are entitle to the loan of R 600,000 - R 100,000,000 in this case you are to tell us the amount you are going to need between this above mention CATEGORY 2, of R 600,000 - R 100,000,000 so that we can arrange for the documentation.
thanks
congratulation once again
from nelson mandela foundation"

"Dear loan winner,

kindly print out this form and sign and attach one passport photograph of yours on the right hand corner of this affidavit and accompany it with your ID copy or any of this Driving License,Passport data page if any of this Document and scan and send it back to us with the Lawyer Document asap Thanks"

Please be advised that this is a scam. 

The Nelson Mandela Foundation does not send unsoliticed emails.