I can’t imagine why “Mr David Chamanga” thinks I “maybe surprised to receive this letter”. I get emails from scammers every day. Yawn – this scammer just tells me the old, old story about how his rich father died in tragic circumstances leaving Mr Chamanga needing my help to move his millions of dollars.

Of course, what “Mr Chamanga” really wants is to get his hands on my money. He’s a scammer, who is hoping to take your money by charging you fees. Ignore him.

From: Mr. David Chamanga
Dear Sir/Madam,
You may be surprised to receive this letter from me; I am Mr. David Chamanga, the first son of Mr. Dennis Chamanga, a farmer and leader movement for democratic change (MDC) in Zimbabwe who was murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe.
Before the death of my father, he had taken me to Johannesburg to deposit the sum of USD$12 Million (Twelve Million United State Dollars), in a Security Company, as if he fore saw the looming danger in Zimbabwe. This amount was meant for the purchase of new machines and chemicals for the farms and the establishment of the new farms in Swaziland. In fact, a lot of people have been killed because of this land reformed Act for which my father was one of the victims.
I am an asylum seeker here in South Africa and the law of South Africa prohibits a refugee (asylum seeker) to do any legal fund transfer. Which ever the option you want, feel free to notify me as I will go into negotiation on percentage sharing first before we proceed.
Please contact me with the above email for better explanation, and keep this transaction secrecy for my own security. Please confirm your interest by contacting me or forward your private telephone number so that I can call you for mutual understanding.
I wait for your response.
Sincerely yours,
Mr. David Chamanga