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 Are you MOBUTU or SESE-SEKO?!?!

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Mike Anderson
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2004 10:54 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Do scammers know their last names from their first names? I don't think so! MOBUTU is the former Zaire dictator's last name, not Sese-seko. Smile


Is your last name MOBUTU or SESE-SEKO?

Fred Smith

Their responses (from several fake Sese-seko's):


Dear Mr. Fred Smith,

Thank you for your mail. My late husbands surname Use to be Mobutu. This was when he was answering Joseph Desire Mobutu. This status changed after he decided to change his name in 1972 to Mobutu Sese Seko.

Sese Seko is his father's native name and this he adopted against the white Imperialist by refusing to answer any english name.

However, When i use Sese Seko, I try to disguise myself a little for the security of this transaction hence i can not apply the full name so please bear this with me for safety purposes.

Yours truly,
Mrs. Maryam Sese Seko


Dear sir our last name is sese-seko ok if you want to help me you help
me out i gave you the bank contact for you to contact them please all
information is with me any thing you want i give it to you for you to

thanks mariam.


Attn: Fred Smith,

Thank you for your email. My name is Mark Nzanga and I am the Son to Late President Mobutu Seseseko of the Peoples Democratic Republic of Congo.

We would not like our fathers name and family name to just die natural death so we all answer our fathers name as Mobutu Seseseko.

So you can address me as Mark Nzanga Mobutu –Seseseko or Mark Nzanga Seseseko.

I guess this is not a problem as you can equally address me as Mark.

I really do understand your confusion but I don’t think it should disturb your mind as my major concern is with the fund in question as we have really lost quite a lot to the French government within the past few years and such mistake we really wouldn’t like to repeat again.

I will be waiting to hear from you.

Mark Seseseko

What a bunch of dumb answers to such a simple question. Type in "Mobutu Sese-seko" on Google and you can see that MOBUTU is his last name.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 10:39 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Do scammers know their last names from their first names?

Actually, they don't. Seems to be a common problem for them.

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