Miss Young

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 Date: Mon 29 Nov 2010 13 07 38 0100
Subject: More details from Musa Saliman
From: M Saliman <musa.saliman1@gmail.com>



Dear Friend,                       
               
 
I apologize if my email startled you however because of the content of this transaction, and I knowing fully well what I am proposing is doable; I just couldn’t pass the opportunity not to email you because of the sensitivity of this case, I couldn’t email you from my company email account because all correspondences are monitored. I am using my private email to mail you and I want you to understand the feasibility of this case.

The deceased client was Mr. Park Yun-Jung, and he was running an $8.3 million dollar account with us before his passing away. He died in Car accident year 2001 and before his passing he left no living testate.
 
My point basically is, the client never had any family or partners he listed when submitting our customers’ data form and until his time of death, nobody was nominated or listed as a kin. I did several researches’ and I stumbled upon your information and i had to email you and like I said; I thought this thing through. It is totally risk free, and since I work inside the bank as the foreign remittance department section; I will confirm your relationship with the deceased as blood and the bank would request you to fill a form which I would facilitate. Within a few days, you will then be given charge of the account and further directives will be under your custody. I have been studying this plan for quite some time now and I know it is possible. If we don’t do this, my company executives will notice the account during auditing and that’s a big holiday package for them. I am the only person who is aware of this account because I managed the account for the client.

Furthermore, you mentioned in your mail that the deal I have propose to you is impossible, I need to inform you that there is nothing impossible in this world since you know your way and follow it with the wise people I bet you, you will never loose any good thing in the world
 
I don’t want to sound like a ghost, so I have attached a copy of my passport to break the ice between us. I wouldn’t normally do this but because I need you to understand I have nothing to hide and all I am trying to do is seize the opportunity presented to me. This could give us both a whole lot of added money to actualize our projects.
 
Please think over my proposal, so that I may advise you further.
 
Yours Faithfully,

Regards

Musa Saliman

passport
 
     

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