Scam #2663 4/3/2019 6:30:00 AM

Yes, I have been approached by the investor and money sender Mr. Ramontja Thibedi (isiqaloconsultingcompany@gmail.com) managed by Mandla Moloi, residing at 5th Floor, 150 Commissioner street Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA Company Number: 2016 / 272432 / 07 who is in need of assistance for the procurement of the two documents below :

1. Legitimization Certificate.
2. Tax and FIC Clearance

I confirm that the documents will be obtained in 24 hours on receipt of
the $ 20,500 which will enable the bank release the sum of $
5,000,000.00 of which $ 1 Million meant for an investment purpose with
your company based on the record made available to me by Mr. Thibedi.

Legitimization certificate is a documents that will indicate that your
money is free from Money laundering activities and also not to associate
the fund will illicit financial flows, it is a document that complies
with Anti Money laundry Act (AMLA)

What is required is $ 20,500 and the agencies that are involved are the
National Treasury and the South African Revenue Services. This fee is
inclusive of the fees charged by the both agencies mentioned.

Mr. Thibedi has provided us with your company details, and the signed
agreement. We have all that on file awaiting the fee to be paid.

Please indicate that this money is for Upkeep and Bond payment to avoid
any money been deducted from the fees because I don’t want a situation
where I will come back to you and ask for more money if bank deduct huge
tax and transaction fees from the US$ 20,500.



Mr. I Godwinns
Chief Accounts Liaisons Officer
tlvfinance@webmail.co.za

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