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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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De: Ceind Morris [mailto:mymailboxes0022@yahoo.co.uk]
Enviado el: Viernes, 30 de Julio de 2010 07:35 p.m.
Para: undisclosed recipients:
Asunto: Hello My Dear,

Hello My Dear,

With great respect and honour I am writing to you this mail.Please pardon me if I interfere into your privacy, My name is Miss Ceind Morris,23 years of age, I am the only daughter of Late Dr. Mostafa Morris from Angola, my father was the owner of Morris Cocoa Industries Limited and he was a personal adviser to our former Head of State (late General M. Sc. Mohamed). My purpose of contacting you is first, I want to know more about you so that I will know the areas you will be of assistance to my needs. I have some reasonable amount of moneys which my parents left for me before their untimely death, I want to plan for my future by investing this money in a good and profitable business but I dont know where to start and that is why I got interested in contacting you hoping that you will be kind a sincere to me by leading me through the right process to see that this money is not wasted because it is my only hope of planning for my future. Please, dont be surprise or scared because all my words are very sincere and I will prove it as we communicate along.

From your contact i observed you are an important personality before i made up my mind to contact you. Though i don't know you in person but your assurance can motivate me to tell you everything about the money i want to invest and to go into this investment with by my side. i have no experience i terms of any foreign investment but I wish you could be honest to me because i am afraid of choosing the wrong business or loose this money. As soon as i receive your respond we will decide on the next line of action, remember you caught my attention when I saw your contact and that was why i have the courage to write you in the first place. You will know me more as we communicate along and I will also send my pictures as soon as i hear from you so that you will see who you are communicating with.

Thanks for your understanding, Hoping to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely
Miss Ceind Morris.


De: Ms.Ceind Morris [mailto:ms.ceindmorris@yahoo.com]
Enviado el: Sábado, 31 de Julio de 2010 05:53 a.m.
Asunto: RE: Hello my dear!

Hello my dear!
I am very happy for your response and your attention towards my first mail to you, I thought about it for long time before i decided to take this very step and i pray that things will work out good between us.The detail is that my father was a successful Exporter, producing and exporting cocoa products, he even had cocoa depot in Senegal
but it folded after his death.

His sad moment occurred during the war in my country Angola when he was murdered in his room along side with my mother. After their burial, i faced difficult times because nobody care for me, the situation became worst when raping and cold blood killing kept on icreasing everyday in my country. I luckily escaped to Senegal by the help of a reverend sister who took me to a camp where i am residing now in Senegal. When my father was alive he deposited the sum of USD 11,700,000 dollars eleven million seven hundred) in a bank here in Senegal which he used my name as the next of kin.I came to this camp with the statement of account and my late father death certificate.

As my condition became unbearable,I went to the bank for them to release some of the fund to me but they clearly explained to me the reasons why i should search for trustee who will help me in investing the deposit abroad i was also told by the bank that my father deposited the money under a comprehensive bond clause that I must attain the age of thirty year or I should present a foreigner who will help me to transfer and invest the fund in a good business abroad. I have explained my present condition to the bank but the only option given to me was to look for a reliable person who will help me in the transfer because they cannot go against the egreement between the bank and my late father.

The bank also promised to co-operate with any person of my choice who will contact about the deposit. Please my dear, if you have any choice of investment where we can invest the money with a reasonable profit, the first favour I need from you is to transfer this money over to your country, after the transfer you will withdraw some money and send for me to process my travelling documents. If i may suggest, i want you to come over to Senegal so that i will know you in person and to see you face to face. My dear, I contacted you because the life in this refugee camp is very difficult, no good food, poor medical attention and we don't have freedom of movement, the situation is just terrible. Althought i have not seen you for the first time but i don't have anyother choice than to contact you to be my foreign trustee.

Please in your next mail I wish you could tell me your mind so i can give you the more details on how you will contact the bank to confirm the deposit. I will drop my contact phone number in case you want to speak with me on phone (00221 771 454 638), this number belongs to the reverend father in charge of the church in camp-B, his name is Richard Morgan. If you call the reverend, please introduce yourself to him, tell him that you want to speak with Ceind Morris from Angola, he will send for me in the women hostel.
I hope to hear from you very soon, attachment is my photos

Have a lovely day.
Ceind Morris.


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