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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From: Barrister Rafael Cooper < barr.cooper@sify.com >
Sent: Tue, December 21, 2010 3:04:41 PM
Subject: Sequel To Your Will From Late Mrs. Lolita Yakov

Good day My dear friend how are you doing today, how is the entire family
i hope all is well with you and members of your family i was actually on
admission for about a week that has been the reason you have not held from
me but i thank God that i am back on my feet and sound and healthy as the
enemy wanted my downfall but God gave me victory over them. Immediately i
got to the office today i went straight to the bank to see if the bank has
transfer the fund to you since i could not communicate with you or the
bank as i was totally out of communication for the period i was at the
hospital, i was told by the bank manager that you have not showned any
concerned ever since you were told that they cannot continue to have
custody of the fund due to the high interest of people and government are
showing on your funds as the last person was sentence to seven years for
attempted rubbery, impersonation and forgery of documents i want you to
known that it is only by the grace of God that this funds still sit at the
bank till now as the Government has been showing interest that the bank is
lying that the fund belongs to no body as they are aware of my late client
demise and that is the only reason why the fund is still there without any
body transferring it, as they don't believed that you are still in
existence as they said you would have transfer it long time ago if really
you needed the money.

On my visit to the bank today the bank manager told me that they are about
preparing their financial statement for the year ending 2010 and they
don't known if you are still willing to transfer this funds this year or
you are leaving it till next year i told him that there is no way you can
leave that funds till next year this i known the government might come up
with another monetary policy which might not be favourable to us and also
the bank may also increase their transfer fee i have to pleaded to the
bank manager that you will come up with the balance fee needed by the bank
so that they can commence the transfer of your fund i known that it is not
easy for you at the moment but i want you to known that you need this
funds during this festive period as allot we be done with it for the glory
of God. I want you to contact the bank with the balance payment so that
they can commence your fund transfer to your account. I pray for God's
blessing to you and members of your family during and after this festive

Best Regards
Barrister Rafael Cooper


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