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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Mrs > From: MIRIAM MIRIAM <miriame20@hotmail.com>
> Date: Monday, February 1, 2010, 1:42 AM
> Firstly I must Thank you so much for your mail.Am aware is
> very strange to ask someone you don't know for such
> assistance,but circumstances made me to do so,l contacted
> you to assist me to get this money my late father deposited
> with The international Commercial Bank  as
> fixed deposit.Everything I told you about this money is real
> and legal,This is my inheritance but the fact is i am not up
> to 25 years which my late father stated that i will be
> eligible to use this money and i have never told anyone
> about this but you.My father further stated on the clause
> whereby i need to make use of the fund that i should look
> for a foreigner that is trustworthy to assist me.I have
> suffered a lot since my father died. I don’t have anybody
> to look after me,even my wicked Uncle is after my life cos
> of this money.I contacted you to help me get this money
> smoothly transferred into your bank account,you will also
> help to source for a nice investment where you will invest
> and manage the money for me. You will also make arrangement
> for me to come over to your country to continue my studies.
> I am presently hiding in a church guest home, I’m assuring
> you that any help you rendered to me will be much
> appreciated by me. I know a lot of things are happening in
> the world we leave in today,making it hard for people to
> help or trust others who are really in need.
> Please you keep this confidential,Promise me that you wont
> change your mind as soon as you get the money, because this
> is the highest risk I am taken in my life.
> I have attached in this my photo and will be sending in my
> next mail the bank documents and Agreement with my ID,which
> my late father used in depositing the money in the bank as
> soon as I hear from you.So with the documents you will
> contact the bank and inform them that you want them to
> transfer the money into your account.With due respect I
> would like to get some of your personal information:(1) Full
> Names, (2) Residential Address,(3)Phone number,(4)Age.I will
> notify the bank director about you as a credible person that
> will be helping me after which i will get back to
> you. 
> Please call me as soon as you get this email so that we can
> discuss, that will also give me more confidence in you, but
> I will be very glad if you can come down here in Ghana, to
> see things yourself, because seeing is believing and also
> afford us the opportunity to see each other physically.I am
> waiting for your urgent response and call,call me on
> +233540680397
> Sincerely
> Miriam


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