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: Gabrail Johnsen < ggg-----johnsen@att.net >
Sent: Wed, January 26, 2011 8:48:09 AM
Subject: Contact Me Immediately


Dear Partner,

Good day, my name is Gabrial Johnsen, a personal attorney to an expatriate and a contractor with American PENNZOIL Company (Now deceased). He died in the Tsunami disaster of 26th December, 2004 while on vacation in Thailand. Contacting you by email is based on Trust, Sincerity of Purpose and Confident. Please find it necessary to reply to me after going through it.

Six years ago, My Client successfully executed a contract for the Federal Ministry of Petroleum worth US$28.3 Million dollars. A part payment of USD16.3 million dollars was paid to my client, while the balance of US$12 Million U.S Dollars is still unpaid before my client died in the Indian Ocean Tsunami disaster in Thailand. However, all my efforts to locate the possible next of kin did not work out. A newly democratically elected Government is paying in fully all foreign contractors who have successfully executed their contracts and my client is among the foreign contractors that was paid in the second quarter payment schedule and the money has already been deposited into his bank account.

As his personal attorney/Adviser, his bank has officially notified me to forward particulars of my client's next of kin within the next 14 official working days so that he/she can be claim the outstanding US$12 Million U.S dollars otherwise the money will be paid into the government account as unclaimed fund.

Sincerely I contacted you for us to work together as a team so that the money can be transferred into your account as my late client next of kin. It will be easy for us to achieve because you bear the same last name with my client. Although I knew that a transaction of this magnitude might make anyone apprehensive, I therefore assured you that this project is with the best of intentions and all the necessary legal back up will be procured in your name. As the attorney, I have the power to secure all the necessary legal documents that will be used in claiming the money.

All I require from you is your honest co-operation to enable us successfully finalize the inheritance payment. I guarantee that this transaction will be executed under a Legitimate banking procedure in accordance to the financial law. Upon successful conclusion of this project, as partners the fund will be shared between two us. If you are interested to work with me in this deal, kindly reply strictly to my E-mail for effective communication.

While replying include your following information:

1. Your full names:
2. Your full address:
3. Your telephone numbers:
4. Your occupation:
5. Your age:
6. Your Sex:

Yours Sincerely,

Gabrial Johnsen Esq.
Legal Adviser.


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