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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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Mr From: "Brinker Elizabeth A" <elizabeth.brinker@uky.edu>
Date: Sat 30 Jan 2010 21 34 09 -0500
Subject: Dear Sir Madam


Dear Sir/Madam,

This communication is in reference to an investment opportunity involving an Iraqi that made a fixed deposit at my Bank.

He had a financial portfolio of $31,500,000.00 and this I help turned over in the purchase of securities in the capital markets. I was the bank adviser assisting the customer in the management of the fund. Been previously given the instruction to liquidate the investment made by this customer after sometime to enable the customer pursue some other investment requiring cash payment in Europe, I made effort to contact the customer in the line of duty for some final instruction only to discover that the customer had been killed along other members of his family.

Since the original owner died along with the supposed next of kin, my proposition is this; I am prepared to place you in a position to instruct my Bank to release the deposit to you as the closest surviving relation. For your cooperation I am prepare to share the deposit with you.

If you find yourself able to work with me, contact me through this email account:kkeung1cheng34@yahoo.com.hk<http://us.mc396.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=kkeung1cheng34@yahoo.com.hk>

If you give me positive signals, I will initiate this process towards conclusion.
Regards,
Mr. Cheng Keung
Email:kkeung1cheng34@yahoo.com.hk<http://us.mc396.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=kkeung1cheng34@yahoo.com.hk>

Bank of China


 
Mr Dnia 3-02-2010 o godz. 15:26 Ertl Thom <thomertl@mcw.edu> napisa�(a):
> Write me soon.,,
> Dear Sir/Madam,
> This communication is in reference to an investment opportunity
> involving an Iraqi that made a fixed deposit at my Bank.
> He had a financial portfolio of $31,500,000.00 and this I help turned
> over in the purchase of securities in the capital markets. I was the
> bank adviser assisting the customer in the management of the fund. Been
> previously given the instruction to liquidate the investment made by
> this customer after sometime to enable the customer pursue some other
> investment requiring cash payment in Europe, I made effort to contact
> the customer in the line of duty for some final instruction only to
> discover that the customer had been killed along other members of his
> family.
> Since the original owner died along with the supposed next of kin, my
> proposition is this; I am prepared to place you in a position to
> instruct my Bank to release the deposit to you as the closest surviving
> relation. For your cooperation I am prepare to share the deposit with
> you. If you find yourself able to work with me, contact me through this
> email account: keung1ccheng@yahoo.com.hk
> If you give me positive signals, I will initiate this process towards
> conclusion.
> Regards,
> Mr. Cheng Keung
> Email: keung1ccheng@yahoo.com.hk
> Bank of China.
 
     

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