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: Norman Chan [mailto:norchanhkma01@googlemail.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 10, 2010 6:29 PM

Dear Friend,

I really appreciate your attention and time in replying to my email and compliance to partner me in this endeavor. In this light, it is necessary for you to be sure of whom you are transacting with. I will advise you to visit our Website portal.
Where you shall find me among the Executive Committee, I want to be sure you are ready and proficient to see this transaction with me to achievement. What we both need to achieve this transaction is trust and commitment; I believe with your assistance, we will be able to transfer this large sum conveniently without exercising any fear. And also regarding the legality, I want to put it to you that in achieving this transaction, you should know that what affects you implies to me too. But it will be necessary and appreciative for you to give attention to my directives politely as everything shall be done in accordance, through the laws of the international banking and guidance policies. What you should put in mind. As a banker it is my responsibility to make sure everything goes well without worries at all. That is, if you follow up this transaction diligently, it would be completed within some couple of days.

To start with, I need your total commitment to see this through, As a matter of fact I have taken care of all the logistics involved on my side of this transaction, such as retaining the services of the Attorney and obtaining the necessary official documents from the Hong Kong authorities, and other miscellaneous expenses which I am incurring to ensure a hitch free transfer.

The best way I have initiated to transfer this funds is under the official disguise as your inheritance is for the attorney to present the subject on your behalf to my bank as your legal representative accompanied with a probate registered power of attorney to back up your request document which you are to completely fill and sign later on, in this application he will demand your inheritance to be converted into a Bank in Europe. Where you would be required to setup a transit online account for this intention, it will protect us from my bank. As a result of this, you will have to open an account in your name in the corresponding bank. And that is your only responsibility. After this, the money will be banked online for both of us, no other person will be involved in this transaction, after which you shall transfer our various shares into our personal home bank accounts, and I want us to enjoy this money in peace when we conclude. So, for this reason this very bank account of yours should be kept top secret between me and you only. That is why you should listen to my directives and follow them harmoniously. Also you have to know that I cannot transfer this money in my name as my bank (HKMA) will be aware that this is from me, this is why I never involved any of my relatives, friends or any one from close to me, this is where I need you.

I have attached to this mail, a letter of confidence along with my Identification for your indulgence, which you are to fill and sign, then scan and send it as an attachment via E-mail or via my private fax number +852-300-62488 to me, most importantly along with your IDENIFICATION CARD, So that the Attorney that will be representing your interest over here can go ahead to start processing for the release of the unclaimed funds in your names that will place you as the sole beneficiary to the funds in subject.

Kind Regards
Mr. Norman Chan.




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