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: Mr. Desmond George < desmondg.101@gmail.com >
Sent: Fri, July 16, 2010 6:34:26 PM
Subject: Dear Beloved Beneficiary (Very Urgent Please !!

Dear Beloved

After a careful and serious thought on the present development, I decided to contact you directly because I do not have anything against your person but with your partners. I am the director of wire transfer/telex department of the Central Bank of Nigeria, some time ago your partners approached me through a friend of mine who works with one of the ministries here and requested that I assist them conclude a money transfer deal and we all agreed.

They wanted to use this strategy to transfer a huge amount of money which according to them and the information available was originally programmed in your name and via your bank account as the rightful beneficiary of the funds; hence they told me that they wanted to use your bank account to transfer the funds out of the country. We reached and agreement that once I commenced this assistance, they would give me US$100,000.00 and another US$150, 000.00 when I released the fund to your account. But unfortunately immediately they saw that I have successfully shortlisted your name among the list of those to be paid, instead of giving me the first agreed deposit of US$100,000.00
they started avoiding me and resorted to threats. Since I have no other way to protect my interest on the deal I immediately decided to withdraw and delete your name among the list of those to be paid and latter release other beneficiarys funds without yours.

When they discovered that they are no longer making any progress on this subject based on this development they became angrier and started bribing other officials to see if they can get another approval to transfer the money to you without success hence I am 100% personally responsible for the delay and obstructions you have encountered so far on this regard because of their past antecedents and breach of contract. If you are in doubt of what I have just told you, you should go ahead and keep on paying whatever charges they asked you to pay and you will find out that they will continue to come up with more and more charges until they render you bankrupt but still there will be no success. Now if you want us to work together, these are my conditions.

(i). I will have a total of 30% of the money because it is only both of us that is left now.
(ii). You will assist me to open an account in your country or any other place of your choice where I will transfer my own share upon completion of the wire transfer to your nominated bank account.
(iii) As you can see it will be useless and mere waste of money if you continue with any other person on this transaction hence it is very important I have your assurance promising to execute this deal with me with utmost secrecy and confidentialities this business deserves.
(iv) Your full name, Address, Direct telephone number and occupation is also required: if these conditions are acceptable to you, contact me as soon as possible on desmondg@yahoo.cn to enable us commence this transfer arrangement immediately without any further delay.

Best Regards.
Mr. Desmond George.
Foreign operation dept.
Central Bank of Nigeria.(CBN)


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