Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Maria Jones/Kabashi, maria_03jones@yahoo.com

From FID as

- Profile ID: 86187
- 24 y/o female (1987 - May - 15)
- new york, USA
- English,
- Have no children

How are you doing?
am miss maria i would like to konw more about you
please never mind to contact methroughmy email "'(maria_03jones@yahoo.com) so that i will send you my pictures so that you will konw me more thanks and remain bless

Hello my dearest one,
I am more than happy in your reply to my mail, how is your day today i hope all is well and fine with you including your health and job. My name is miss Maria Kabashi and i am 24 years old single girl and never been married, i am from Post Sudan, Sudan in Africa and presently residing in the missionary camp here in Senegal where i ran for refugee with the help of UN force due to the political civil war in my country. I am in sufferings and pains here in this missionary camp and i really need help from you by encouraging me with good advice in life and to help me to come out from this situation, and again to help me get my money, because my late father deposited some amount of money for me in the bank and he used my name as the next of kin.

My late father Dr. David Ellison Kabashi, who was CEO of (ELLISON TECHNICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPANY PLC), in Port Sudan in Sudan. During the war, the rebel loyal to one of the greedy business associate of my late father attacked our house one early morning and killed my mother and father in a cold blood. It is only me that is alive now and i managed to make my way to this country Senegal by the help of UN army where i am living now in the missionary, headed by a Reverend Father, i used his office computer to send you this email and i only enter his office when he is less busy in his office.

My day is very boring over here in refugee camp Dakar Senegal, in this camp we find it hard to go out because we are not allowed to do so, its just like one staying in the house of very harsh father, there is two hostel here one for men and one for female,so i am living in female hostel but here is not confortable to my health honey, no money for some tablets, the food we are eating here is just for managing but i hope by God's grace i will come out of here soon. I don't have any relatives now that i can go to, all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war and there is no contact, the only person i have now is Rev. Father who is heading the missionary. He has been very good to me since i came here but i am not living with him, i am living in the women's quarter. The Rev Tel number is (00221-771302260) when you want to hear my voice, call his office phone and tell him that you want to speak with me he will send for me to answer your call.

As the regards of my condition here i don't have any right or privilege to any thing be it money or whatever because it is contrary to the law of this country. I want to go back to my studies because i only stopped at my first year before the tragic war that cause to my being in this situation now took place, please i would like you to know that i have my late father's death certificate and another certification which as time go on you will know, here with me which i will like you to assist me, because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money with a Bank which he used my name as the next of kin. The amount in question is ($5.3 Million US Dollars).

So i will like you to assist me to transfer this money to your account and from it you will send some money for me to get my traveling documents and air ticket to come over to your country. I can't withdraw the money by myself due to some conditions of things here in this country which i am not permit to do, and the money can't be transferred here in Senegal.

I have got in touch with the bank through email and let them to know about my plans to withdraw this money, i also got them aware of the death of my father and they have acknowledged it with all their confirmation, however, they advise me to get in touch with a very responsible person who will stand on my behalf as a foreign partner/trustee over the transfer since i am presently of refugee status over here and wouldn't be permitted to handle this amoaunt of money, they also let me know about the bond which they signed with my father that they money will be handled to me in bulk amount which means that i should decide on if i should continue with the bank or not.

I just have to let you know about this so that you can assist me to be my trustee on this property, like i said i want you to call me because i have allot to tell you. l kept this secret to people in the Missionary camp here the only person that knows about it is the Reverend Father because he is like a father to me, have a nice time and think about me. my dear, this is the email address of the Reverend (rev.maxwellamojo@yahoo.com) i hope to hear from you soonest.

I still remain yours for ever.

Societe Nationale Des Telecommunications Du Senegal
6 Rue Wagane
BP 69 Dakar


No answer of my question where she have taken the Pics.......

My dearest love,
I thank you ones again this day. I will also like to see you face to face and will use this opportunity to let you know that God has chosen you to help me amongst other men on earth its now left for you and God who directed you to me to help me out from this predicament i found myself. (If you want to call me call with the Reverend number (00221-771302260) and tell him that you want to speak with me, he will send for me in the hostel the time of calling is 14GMT-16GMT London time or 2:00pm-4;00pm African time). And please inform me in my email the day that you will call so that i can tell the Reverend father to be available.

Please i have not told anyone except you and the rev about the existence of this money and i will like you to please keep it secret to other people because since it is (MONEY) all eyes will be on it. Remember i trust you that is why i am giving you all this information. My love is for you and you alone, I have informed the bank about my plans to claim this money and the only thing they told me is to look for a foreign partner who will stand on my behalf due to my refugee status and the laws of this country. You will have 30% of the total money for helping me and the remaining money will be managed by you in any business of your choice while i will continue my study.

In this regard i will like you to contact the bank immediately with this information, tell them that you are my foreign partner and that you want to know the possibilities of assisting me in transferring the ($5.3 Million US Dollars) deposited by my late father of which i am the next of kin to your account in your country.

The contact information of the bank is as follows,



The name of the transfer officer is David F Lawrence.
Telephone Number: 00447031820661
Telephone Number: 00447031817884
Telephone Number: +4470318
FAX Number: 00447031817884

Information about the deposit code are as follows.
Name of depositor: Dr. David Ellison Kabashi
Nationality: Sudan
Next of kin : Miss Maria Dorin Kabashi
Amount deposited: ($5.3 Million US Dollars)
Account Number: RBSPK745608902586/QB/91/A

Dorin is the name my parents called me while they were alive and Maria is the name that people and friends know me with. The money is being deposited with the name Dorin Kabashi. Contact them now on how to transfer the $5.3 million Dollars deposited by my late father of which i am the next of kin.

I have mapped out 30% for your assistance and 5% for any expenses that might come up in this transfer. My dear i am glad that God has brought you to see me out from this situation and i promise to be kind and will equally need you in every area of my life plus investing this money since i am still too young to manage this amount of money. As i told you before, this camp is just like a prison and my prayers is to move out from here as soon as possible. Please make sure that you contact the bank so that after the transfer you can send some money from that money for me to prepare my traveling documents to meet with you in your country. Awaiting to hear from you soonest!

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