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: Dr. Sanusi Joseph < lkelly01@comcast.net >
Subject: huge amount
Received: Saturday, September 4, 2010, 7:29 PM

Dear Sir,

After a serious thought, I decided to reach you directly and personally because I do not have anything against you, but your Nigerian partners I am the director of wire transfer/telex department of the central bank of Nigeria.

Some time in the past your Nigerian 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; they told me to help program the transfer to you.

According to them, they wanted to use this strategy to transfer a huge amount of United States dollars; the money has been floating in the CBN suspense account since then we agreed that once I do this, they would give me $100,000.00 and give me another us$100,000.00 when I release the fund to your account. When they saw that I have programmed it and your name has been approved among the list of those to be paid, instead of giving me the agreed deposit of us$100,000.00, they started avoiding me and resorted to threats.  I immediately deleted the transfer code of the fund, which is only known to me because of my position, and released other contractors’ fund and inheritance payments without yours. They became angry.  When they saw that their threat did not work, they started bribing other officials to get another approval to transfer the money to you without success.  I want you to know that I am 100% responsible for the delay and obstructions because of their breach of trust.

If you doubt what I have just told you, then consider what has transpired through out your claim process, they continue to ask you to pay money and at the end no result and they still tell you to another fee without any result yet. They are simply wicked. Now if you want us to work together, these are my conditions.

No. 1:  I will have 20% of the money because it is only the two of us left for now.
No. 2:  You will assist my son to open an account in your country where I will pay in my own share.

No.3: It will be useless and mere waste of time and money if you continue with any other person, so we will conclude this transaction with utmost secrecy with the below telephone and email only.

No. 4: You will provide me with your private telephone, mobile and a private email to facilitate easy communication between you and me only.  If these conditions are acceptable to you, contact me as soon as possible to let us finalize, so that the funds can be released to your account after due protocols has been observed. But if you are not interested, I advice you to forget the fund and stop wasting your time with your so called partners.

Best regards.
Dr. Sanusi Joseph
Director, Wire Transfer/Telex Dept. (CBN)


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