From: "Muhammed Bin Nayef" <email@example.com>|
Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 11:55:47 +0000
Subject: PRINCE MUHAMMED BIN NAYEF OF SAUDI ARABIA GREETS YOU*
I am Muhammed bin Nayef, the first son of Prince Nayef, the Interior
Minister of Saudi Arabia. I got your contact through the world
online\internet network. My source of your contact gave me the courage and
confidence to contact you about this very delicate matter.
As you must have known, my uncle, King Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud of Saudi
Arabia dead at approximately 2.30 EDT, early Monday morning, 1st of August,
The government's Information Ministry simultaneously announced Fahd's death
and a two-part succession. The immediate elevation of Crown Prince Abdullah
to be the new King quashed speculations that he might not have adequate
support within the royal family. Abdullah's simultaneous appointment of
Prince Sultan as his crown prince and deputy showed there was no immediate
split among the family's competing branches.
The succession, the way it happened, it gave everyone a feeling of
assurance. but it is not so.
In the parlor game of succession, an immediate question is who, if anyone,
will follow Sultan as second deputy prime minister, effectively the number
three position in the Oil-Rich Kingdom. Because Abdullah and Sultan have
both suffered from ill health and are about 82 and 81 years of age
respectively, a new number three could expect to move up to the throne
But because there is no known consensus within the royal family about who
should follow Sultan, indeed, there is rampant speculation about rivalries
and unresolved ambitions, there is the beleive that the post might be left
Who will be the third man, that is the big question, and this is where the
real problems will start. Abdullah and Sultan have both appointed sons as
deputies in the powerful ministries they have controlled for the last
several decades. A younger Abdullah holds a commanding position at the
National Guard, and one of Sultan's sons has a key role at the Defence
In royal family where nearly all senior members have become very rich, some
vastly so, Sultan has been an unusually persistent magnet for allegations of
Based on these, the number three slot hinges on one man, (MY DAD).
A consequence of the unresolved succssion issue is that Abdullah will make
only limited gains in authority by assuming the throne.
Now, there is this fear that things might changed very soon in Saudi Arabia,
and my dad maybe remove from his present position.
Now, am writing you in absolute confidence primarily to seek your assistance
to transfer our cash of Twenty One Million, Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars
($21,800,000) now in the custody of a Security and Trust Company, to your
private account pending my arrival to your country.
SOURCE OF THE MONEY:
My dad, Prince Nayef is the Interior Minister of Saudi Arabia, he has
controlled the Saudi's Police and internal security forces for the past
three decades, building a powerful political empire now largely manage by
me, Muhammed bin Nayes.
According to my dad, this money was the income accrued from the police and
internal security budget, and most importantly, after the September 11, 2001
attack on U.S by Usaman bin Laden.
That is why we have decided to keep this money in a saved hand outside my
To this effect, I humbly solicit your assistance in the following ways;
To assist me claim this box from the security company in Europe as a foreign
To transfer this money in your name to your country.
To make a good arrangement for a joint business Investment on our behalf in
your country and you, the caretaker.
Most importantly, the Security Company officials do not know the exact
content of the box because it was decalared Documents, Photographic papers
and Valuables belonging to a foreign partner.
The whole documents issued to my dad after deposit are all in my custody.
Please, I am waiting for your urgent response on this matter as its then
I'll let you know the contact details of the security company in Europe.
Then also furnish you with the documents that you will require to receive
Thanks, and may the good lord bless you and your family.
Muhammed Bin Nayes (for the family)