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Susan Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/11/04:

 

Good day,

After due deliberation with my children, I decided to contact you for your assistance in standing as a beneficiary to the sum of US$28.5M (Twenty Eight Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) First, let me start by introducing myself  formally, I am MRS SUSAN SHABANGU, a mother of three children and the Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy since 1st April 1996 to date under the auspices of the President of South Africa MR THABO MBEKI. You can view my profile at my website www.gov.za go to deputy ministers

 

THE PROPOSAL

After the swearing in ceremony making me the Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy, my husband Mr Ndelebe Shabangu died while he was on an official trip to Trinidad and Tobago in 1996. After his death, I discovered that he had some unclaimed funds which amounted to the sum of US$28.5M with the Reserve Bank of South AfricThis fund emanated as a result of an over-invoiced contract which he

executed with the Government of South Africa. Though I assisted him in getting this contract but I never knew that it was over-invoiced by him.

The Government of South Africa might start any time soon to investigate on contracts awarded from 1990 to date I am afraid for this fund not to be discovered. If they do, they will definitely confiscate it and seize my Late husband's assets here in South Africa and this will obviously affect my political career in government I want your assistance in securing this fund on my behalf by standing in as my late husband's business partner so that this fund could be wired into your account directly without any hitch.  As soon as the fund gets to your account, you are expected to move it immediately into

another personal bank account in your country. I will see to it that the account is not traced from South Africa. As soon as you have confirmed the fund into your account, I will send my eldest son to come to your country to discuss on business investments. For your assistance, I am offering you 20% of the principal sum which amounts to US$5,700.000.00 (Five million Seven Hundred Thousand United

States Dollars Only) However, you have to assure me and also be ready to go into agreement with me that you will not elope with my fund.

If you agree to my terms, kindly as a matter of urgency contact me via any of my highly confidential/corporate private lines or fax above. Due to my sensitive position here in Government, I would not WANT you to call me on any of my official office phone or fax lines on my website, this is for obvious security reasons. If all is acceptable by me, our correspondences (verbal and fax) will be mediated and coordinated by my son Colly Shabangu. I will also like you to give me your contact address, telephone, fax and e-mail from where you can be reached from time to time. Please I do

not need to remind you of the need for absolute Confidentiality if this transaction must succeed. If you do not feel comfortable with this transaction, do not hesitate to discontinue. Thanks for your anticipated co-operation and my regards to your family.

 

Yours faithfully,

MRS. SUSAN SHABANGU Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy South Africa NB. Under no circumstance must you also contact my P.A. Ms Nondumiso  Zulu or my Admin. Sec. Ms Monica Zabo. Immediately it becomes obvious  to  me that my security is at risk, I will not hesitate to discontinue any  further communication with you.and please be infromed that all reply to  this mail address should be sent to my son Colly Shabangu at  colly_shabangu@tiscali.co.uk.

God bless.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/11/04:

 

I received an email form your mother regarding a business transaction involving a substantial sum of

money.

 

I am interested in helping you out. Please email me and give me the details of how we can proceed.

 

Sincerely,

Dylan McKay

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/12/04:

 

Dear Dylan,

 

I thanks you very much for your quick response to my mothers business offer to you, I am glad you are in good shape and willing to assist me on this transaction.

 

Before we proceed in this mutual beneficiary transaction let me start By saying sorry for the little delay this reply might have caused you, I do beleive you will understand the situation.

 

Please kindly send me all infromation that we need concerning yourself, ie your phone numbers . fax numbers, and every other infromation that we need to know so we can get started with this transaction in earnest.

 

Thanks for your co-operation as regards this offer, and am assuring you will not regret this offer, because we will all benefit from it on the successful completion.

 

I await your speedy response soonest.

 

Sincerly yours,

 

Colly Shabangu.

 

 

Time to angle for a picture.

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/12/04:

 

Dear Colly,

 

Thanks for getting back to me. I understand the need for absolute secrecy regarding this transaction. Might I suggest we use code names in the future. From now on, call me Richard Hunglo. I will call you Iva Nobalz.

 

Anyways, here are my numbers.

Cell: 877-224-1484

Fax: 877-572-8769

 

I don't know what else you'll need. I attached a picture of me so you can see who you're dealing with.

Could you send me a picture of you and your mother as well?

 

Hope to hear from you soon,

Dylan McKay

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/13/04:

 

Dear Richard Hunglo,

 

This is a very good thing you have come up with and my mother is very impressed with the way you are handling matters. I will get back to you in a short while with more detailed information on how we need to proceed. Be informed that we are set to go already

 

Regards,

 

Iva Nobalz.

 

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/13/04:

 

Dear Richard Hunglo,

 

Thank you very much for your prompt response to our proposed mutual beneficial business transaction.

 

I received your email and I am sending to you this detailed message with the details of how we intend to get the funds out to your account quietly and smoothly.

 

Having discussed your response with my mother's attorney yesterday and with our acknowledgment of your apparent understanding of the need for Strict Privacy in the transaction of this magnitude, we make bold to give you the details of the perfected modalities of the project's prompt realization, 100% risk free and timely.

 

Your requirements; To meet with the total guarantee given above, it is absolutely essential for us to officially process the funds transfer, making it take the semblance of a transfer of contractual payment for a contract, which under my mothers modalities will be officially perceived to have been

executed by you or your company for the South Africa Department of Mining & Natural Resources, while the very nature of this project as an organized deal, will remain in our (partners only) exclusive knowledge.

 

To formalize this project, I will be sending to you via fax a SPECIMEN APPLICATION FORM needed for the official processing of the transfer towards perfecting our modalities for the funds transfer as a contract payment to you. You should fill out this form properly, date it, sign it and dispatch it to

us promptly via email as attached copy after filling out the form correctly and scaned. This will enable us finalize all official requirements and protocols for the immediate payment of the funds to your nominated bank account.

 

By virtue of my mothers position she has been able to put everything necessary in place even the (Tender Board/Contract Awards Review and Payment Approval Committee) it is ordinarily and exclusively their duty to validate all payments of contractual moneys to contractors for contracts executed for the South Africa Department of Mining & Natural Resources. Under their modalities

for prosecuting this project to a prompt finalization, it is our intention that upon receipt of the duly typed Payment Information from you, these people shall validate the claim, make a customary writing report that your company executed a contract for the South Africa Department of Mining &

Natural Resources, and it is by virtue of the contract, entitled to the payment of theUS$28.5Million that we want to transfer. This report will validate the bonafide of your claim and confirm you as the contractor beneficiary of the funds and therefore entitled to an allocation of an Exchange

Control Approval number for the release of theUS$28.5Million by the Ministry of Finance, and subsequent remittance of the funds to your nominated bank account (for us all) by the federal reserved bank of South Africa.

 

All the Ministry of Finance does after the validation report is to issuethe final Exchange Approval Order Number as a bureaucratic satisfactionof contractual funds release procedure. In effect, once the Contract AwardsReview and Payment Approval Committee have validated a claim, the Ministryof Finance is bound to approve same, this is why we have an unflinchingconfidence in the safety of our arrangement. The transaction will be a Bankto Bank affair. From the foregoing, you are able to appreciate why we havehammered on the absolute necessity of our maintenance of confidentialityof the project and the transfer even after we have disbursed the money afterarrival in your account.

 

Further more, I want you to understand that the personalities involved inthis transaction are top and well respected Government functionaries, andas such would not want any form of exposure, because of the sensitive positionsthey hold here in South Africa. I therefore plead diligently with you tomake this transaction as CONFIDENTIAL as possible, all matters concerningthis transaction should therefore be treated with utmost secrecy and urgency.

 

In total recognition of this spirit, I guarantee to you, that neither yourinterest nor that of your nominated Company will get into any problem nowor in the future in the cause of this transaction. You can count absolutelyon us, we will not let you down.

 

For the sake of clarity, it is of utmost importance that we inform you atthis juncture that we are not ready to tolerate any form of dishonesty fromyour end, for we at this end believe strongly that for this operation tosucceed with the highest level of confidentiality we MUST execute this projectwith a reliable and God fearing stranger, who will not on the completionof this transaction attempt to extort or blackmail us because of the presentposition of my mother in the service, knowing fully well that we cannotdo anything, hence we have agreed to allocate as much as 20% of the entireamount to you.

 

Sequel to this, we have decided that before we can commence this businesstransaction with you, you must have to first guarantee to us that the fundswill be 100% safe in your custody and that we will have free access to thefunds when it finally arrives your account.

 

I hope you appreciate all our secured arrangements to ensure a hitch freetransaction.

 

Please, kindly expedite action as we are almost behind schedulefor this Quarter Payment.

 

Once again, thank you very much for your prompt response, and feel veryfree to always write me if you need any clarification.

 

We await your urgent reply.

 

Best regards,

 

Iva Nobalz.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/13/04:

 

Iva,
 
Okay, it all seems rather straightforward. Got a problem though. My fax is on the fritz, could you scanthe document and send it to me?
 
Also, I understand that you want to make sure that Iwill not try to steal your money. I promise to be justas honest and forthright about this transaction as youare. Now, as my father once said, "Bitch, make me somepancakes!"...uh, wait, that's how he used to talk tomy mom! Actually he once told me, "Trust is a two waystreet". I've assured you that you can trust me, now Ineed to know I can trust you. I've sent you a pictureof myself, yet I haven't seen one of you. Please sendme a picture of you holding a sign with your code name"Iva Nobalz" on it. If you do that for me, I will knowyou are as up front and honest about this transactionas I am.

  I hope to hear from you soon,Richard Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/14/04:

 

Dear Richard,

 

I am still waiting for your response to my mail.

 

Regards,

 

Iva Nobalz.

 

 

 

Huh? Whatever, I send it to him again.

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/14/04:

 

Iva,

 

Hmmm. I sent you an email yesterday. Here, I'll copyit and send it again.

 

Dick Hunglo

 

P.S.: I've decided to change my codename a little bit.Instead of Richard, call me Dick Hunglo (Dick is anickname variation of Richard).

 

Copy of Earlier email:

"Iva,

 

Okay, it all seems rather straightforward. Got aproblem though. My fax is on the fritz, could you scanthe document and send it to me?

 

Also, I understand that you want to make sure that Iwill not try to steal your money. I promise to be justas honest and forthright about this transaction as youare. Now, as my father once said, "Bitch, make me somepancakes!"...uh, wait, that's how he used to talk tomy mom! Actually he once told me, "Trust is a two waystreet". I've assured you that you can trust me, now Ineed to know I can trust you. I've sent you a pictureof myself, yet I haven't seen one of you. Please sendme a picture of you holding a sign with your code name"Iva Nobalz" on it. If you do that for me, I will knowyou are as up front and honest about this transactionas I am.

 

I hope to hear from you soon,

Richard Hunglo"

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/15/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Sorry for my late response, I was with my mother to discuss your requestwith her before doing anything as per her instruction.

 

I write to inform you that my mother has totally kicked against your requestas this will be very dangerous for her in regard to the confidentialityin this business deal. She has asked me to put on hold everything concerningthis business deal unless you indicate your full assistance and willinessto follow every instruction in this business deal.

 

I will be waiting to hear from you A.S.A.P.

 

Regards,

 

Colly Shabangu.

 

She “kicked against it”? What is she, a jackass?

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/15/04:

 

Iva (Keep To The Code Names!),

 

I don't understand! I HAVE indicated that I am willingto follow through on this and keep it confidential! Idon't see the problem with you sending your pictureholding a sign with your codename. How does thatcompromise your mother? Please explain!

 

You know this really hurts my feelings! All I havedone is be cooperative, and now you tell me you don'ttrust me?

 

Please write back soon!

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/15/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Now I understand what you mean, the fault is coming from me. My explanationto my mother was that you need both her photograph and mine not knowingthat you are only requesting for photo.

 

Now that I get you cleraly I will inform my mother this evening and seethat you get my photo before the close of work here tomorrow.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/16/04:

 

Dear Iva Nobalz,

 

OK, now THAT makes total sense! Thank you for tellingme that! Of course I don't want her photograph, she'dget fired and thrown in jail for this! I've heard ofnasty and mean bulldyke lesbains in prison that willshove their fist in a woman's hoochie without so muchas a little bit of fingering! That must hurt! I wouldnot wish that on your mother in a thousand years!

 

Anyway, get me that picture of you holding a sign withyour codename written on it so we can make thistransaction go and make us both very rich!

 

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/19/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

How are you doing today, as I earlier informed you that I will be meetingwith my mother and two others here involved in our business deal over theweekend I write to inform you that it was a successful one and reached anagreement to further proceed with you in the timely and successful completionof our mutual beneficiary business deal immediately due to the time framerequired for the funds transfer to be carried out.

 

With this development I will be sending you the application form today viafax for the officialization of the funds transfer. I want you to get backto me immediately with your fax and telephone numbers so that we can forwardthe form to you immediately.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/19/04:

 

Iva Nobalz,

 

I'm glad the meeting went well. Do me a favor, though.Don't send the application via fax! My fax machine ison the fritz and the repairman won't be able to get toit until next week! Please scan it and send by email!

 

I'm still waiting for the picture with you holding thesign with your codename on it. I feel like you are mybrother now, but I would be a lot more relaxed aboutthe whole thing once I get that picture!

 

Sincerely,

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/21/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Got your mail, I will get a scanner by tomorrow so that I can get the formand photograph to you A.S.A.P.

 

There will be some little delays since I don't have a scanner presentlybut will purchase one tomorrow.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

 

Right on, looks like the MUGU is cooperating nicely!

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/22/04:

 

Iva Nobalz,

 

Hey buddy! How's tricks?

 

Haven't heard from you in a couple of days. What'sgoing on?

 

Remember, I'm waiting for that document and thepicture of you holding a sign with your codename onit!

 

Maybe I spoke too soon. He’s pushing hard for a fax number.

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/23/04:

 

Dear Dick,

 

For your information I got the specimen form for the official applicationyesterday morning from my mother but will not be able to send it to youuntill a fax machine in put in place at your end for this business deal.I was informed by my mother's P.A due to the nature and magnitude of fundsto be transfered and for the reason of officialization. Without a fax linethere is no way we can move forward in this business because when the Govt.officials wants to contact you is either by fax or phone call and this mightcause us delays since you don't have any in place. They will not send youany document relating to the funds transfer as attachment copies this iscertain.

 

I believe you understand all my explanation and the urgent need for a faxmachine.

 

Please act fast and get one in place for the quick and timely completionof this deal.

 

Waiting urgently for your response.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/25/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

I am still waiting for your reply to my last mail to you.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/25/04:

 

Mr. Nobalz,

 

Sorry to keep you waiting. Went surfing in Baja andhad some wild monkey sex with my girlfriend.

 

I'm not going to have a new fax machine anytime soon.We hardly ever use them here in the US anymnore.Everybody emails everybody else. Faxes are very much a20th century thing. Besides, you said you were gettinga scanner? What happened with that? If you can't getone for yourself, try going to one of theose internetcafes, I'm sure they'd have one there you could use!Since we all have computers and emails addresses,there should be no problem doing this all by email! Besides, I'm still waiting for the picture I asked youfor! I'm find it a bit upsetting that I have made thegestures of loyalty and honesty that you asked for,yet you will not reciprocate. Need I remind you thatthere is a great deal of money at stake for allinvolved? So, let's get on the ball here Iva Nobalz!

 

Sincerely,

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/27/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Getting a scanner is not going to be any problem here for us but you puttingin place a fax machine for the successful execution of this mutual beneficialbusiness deal.

 

At this time a fax machine is very important because of official contactsfrom my Govt. here since they will be dealing directly with you by phoneand fax messages.

 

Let me know how soon you can get this in place.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/27/04:

 

Iva Nobalz,

 

What, don't these government contacts have emailaddresses of their own? Why can't they email me? Ifthey have any documents to send, have scan them andemail them. It's very simple!

 

How's that picture coming, by the way?

 

Dick Hunglo

 

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/28/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Without a fax machine just consider this transaction over.

 

Colly Shabangu.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/28/04:

 

Iva Nobalz (stick to the code words! Do you want toget caught?),

 

Alright! If a fax is what's needed, then I'll try andget one. You have to do something for me first. Youhave to send me the picture of you holding a sign withyour codename on it. You told you'd do it and I stillhaven't seen it. You send that picture to me, I willget a fax machine and we can all be rich!

 

Deal?

 

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 1/31/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Have you been able to secure a fax line yet? sending my picture to you withmy code name is very unwise and my mother has kicked against the idea.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 1/31/04:

 

 

Iva Noblaz,

 

I don't understand. I got this email from you lastweek:"Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Got your mail, I will get a scanner by tomorrow sothat I can get the formand photograph to you A.S.A.P.

 

There will be some little delays since I don't have ascanner presentlybut will purchase one tomorrow.

 

Regards,

 

Iva."

 

You promised me you'd send that picture! You also saidthat you talked to your mother about it and she had noproblem with you sending your picture!

 

I'm starting to get leery of this whole thing. I'vealready sent you a picture of myself, so you know whoI am and what I look like, yet you have not eventhough you promised you would! I don't know if I wantto do business with a man who goes back on his word!

 

By the way, I have a fax machine picked out, and Ihave it on hold. As soon as I get the picture, I'llbuy it and set it up that night.

 

Come on Iva, and show some balls! Let's get past thisso we can all be rich!

 

Dick Hunglo

 

 

 

Let’s see if I can pacify him a bit.

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 2/03/04:

 

Iva Nobalz,

 

Good news! My old fax seems to be working again! Trythis number: 877-572-8769.

 

So, what's going on? Why won't your mother let youtake the picture I requested? It seemed llike earliershe had no problem!

 

Dick Hunglo

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 2/05/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

Got your mail. My mother does not see it a wise idea sending my pictureto you with a false name for security reasons and this whole idea is alreadygiving room for my mother to be scared doing business with you. The trustis no longer there and the interest to continue with you is very slim unlessshe gets a re-assurance.

 

Waiting to hear from you real soon.

 

Regards,

 

Iva.

 

 

 

Hmmm. I’ll take one last shot.

 

Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 2/06/04:

 

Iva Nobalz,

 

Quite frankly, I am hurt that you and your mother feelthat way about me. I have sent you a picture of myselfso you could know who you were dealing with, I havepledged to keep this matter confidential to safeguardyour mother from any legal trouble, why would youquestion my trustworthyness?

 

I tell you what, if your mom is worried about thesecurity aspect I have a couple of ideas that wouldwork.

 

1) Wear a ski mask when you take the picture. That wayno one would know it was you.

 

2) Have a friend or associate of yours hold a signsaying "I love that Iva Nobalz".

 

Please let me know if that would be satisfactory toyoour mother.

 

Dylan

 

P.S.: Have you tried to fax me yet?

 

 

Colly Shabangu to Dylan McKay 2/07/04:

 

Dear Dick Hunglo,

 

If we must continue in this business deal together, then I suggest you forgeteverything about photographs.
 
I still have confidence in doing business with you only that my mother isvery scared of what will happen if you do not handle your part very wellwhich will cause her a lot of damage before the internation community.
 
If you know that you can handle this deal from your end following our instructionsthen you can indicate A.S.A.P.
 
Have a geart weekend.
 
Iva.
   
No picture. Shit. Well, no point going further, but I might as well say goodbye. First to mother….
 
Dylan McKay to Susan Shabangu 2/07/04:
 Your son is a retarded moron
 
Furthermore, he doesn't know how to properly conduct abusiness deal.
 
I hope the both of you get caught and thrown in jailfor many years to come.
 
But then, you are not really his mother, are you?
 
Mugu!
 
 
And then to son….
 
Dylan McKay to Colly Shabangu 2/07/04:
 
Iva Nobalz,
 
Well, if you do not plan on sending me any kind ofpicture, then this charade is over.
 
I know you are not the son of a South African DeputyMinister, you're a stupid mugu running a variation ofwhat is known as the Nigerian 419 Advance Fee scam!You're nothing but a dumb mugu, sitting in an internetcafe trying to steal money from innocent people! Youshould be ashamed of yourself! Besides, you're notvery good at it. We've been at this for nearly a monthand you have yet to ask me for any money? What wereyou waiting for? And why were you so set on getting myfax number? Does a stupid mugu bitch like yourself notknow how to work the document scanner at the MuguInternet Cafe?
 
Don't worry, though, you're still going to be famous!Go to ebolamonkeyman.com and you will see ourcorrespondence listed there for all the world to seejust how stupid a mugu you really are! Though I didn't get a picture out of you, people will still enjoythat fact that I got you to call yourself Iva Nobalz(hint: It sounds like "I have no balls").
 
As for the money, you should try to follow in the
footsteps of such a luminary as Dr. Prince JeanMorrison who has tried to hit me up $14,000!
 
I tell you what, I am going to give you the chance toactually make some real money in an honest fashion. Ifyou send me the picture I asked for, I will send youvia Western Union $25 (that's like a year's pay foryou bums).
 
Well, that's all! I hope you and your fake mother getcaught and thrown in jail and you both get rapedanally!
 
Love,Dick Hunglo (sounds like Dick Hung Low, like I got adick the size of your arm!) 
 
I doubt I will hear back from them. If I do, I will forward it to you!
 

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