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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. Babalola Bank-Anthony. < i_obaisi@yahoo.com >
Subject: LETTER OF INTENT.
To: i_obaisi@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, August 1, 2010, 6:35 AM

Hello Friend,

You are receiving this letter from my private mailbox, it’s 100% secured and not for official use. I decided to reach youthrough this mediumas a matter of urgency, please do not consider my request as a joke or worthless because it came to youfrom the internet. My name is Babalola Bank-Anthony; I work with the Nigerian code of conduct Bureau as aregional inspection officer. The presidency has approved the payment of every outstanding inheritance settlements and I wish to express my desire to entrust USD$10M (TEN MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLAR) to you as one of the recipient. Due to the appointment of unworthy candidates as personnel in various government institutions, billions of dollars have been looted from public treasury and transferred to foreign accounts mostly as inheritance settlements.

In one of the previous corruption eradication summit held in Europe, Nigeria was listed among the most corrupt nations in the world whereas other nationals are involved in several embezzlement sages in Nigeria by providing bank accounts for Nigerian personnel to conceal looted funds. Poor governance and high level of poverty have also contributed to the growth of misappropriation of funds in West African countries.I took my time tostudy the inheritance settlement from the year 1979 to dateand I noticed that over Ten Billion United States Dollar has been paid to foreigners through false inheritance settlements. Many at times, our personnel will negotiate with foreigners to appear as beneficiary and through a successful false claim, loots will be paid to foreigners as inheritance settlement. The use of foreignersto perpetrateinheritance scandals has created theinsight used for fraudulent activitiesby some Africansand tilldate many still fall victim because inheritance deal truly existed in Africa .

During my routine verification exerciser, I discovered an overdue USD$10M that is presently floating in a suspense account without a beneficiary. From my investigation, I discovered that the fund derived from a manipulated inheritance claim and was abandoned by unknown personnel who attempted to move the sum to Bahamas through inheritance channel. This ismy six years in office and nobody have tendered a claim application or shown interest as the beneficiary of the abandoned claim. Fund misconducts has become common in Nigeria but from thebeginning ofmy tenure, inheritance deal is no more business as usual since it is now unveiled that loots are usually transferred out of the country through inheritance channels. I have been givena monthto investigate the abandoned claim and verify the beneficiary orour treasury department will confiscate the fund. Permit me to present you as the beneficiary of the abandoned claim and alsoinclude your name on the pay-roll to be paid theUSD$10M.

As a Red-Cross ambassador, I will be morepleased to enhance humanitarian aid than to refer the fund to the treasury department as unclaimed bill.When we securethe fund, I have decided that you will keep 50% for yourself and donate 50% tonon governmental organizationsin Africa including my wife's orphanage home. I am entrusting thefund under youradministration because ifmy successor should resume office and discover the abandoned claim, the fund will embezzled without a trace. I am almost due for retirement and will ensure that this transaction must be accomplished in less than two weeks. Be assured that this transaction is genuine and not associatedwith risk. I have worked out everystrategy to ensure that thefund will be released to you throughthe legal process and without the breach of law. If you consider my request a deal, please indicate your interest by providing a phone number for further details.

Thanks for your anticipated co-operation.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Babalola Bank-Anthony.

Zonal Inspection Officer.

Nigerian Code of Conduct Bureau.



 
     

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