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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Mr > > Attention: Beneficiary
> >
> > Your payment was returned to us by Citibank Nigeria because you refused to
> > claim your payments for reasons best know to you.
> >
> > The President has in the spirit of the season approved the sum of US$7.5
> > million to be paid to you as part payment of your foreign payment.
> >
> > Please contact me by reconfirming the following details:
> >
> > 1. Your full Names and address.
> > 2. Telephone numbers.
> > 3. Bank details for fund receipt.
> >
> > Your urgent resonse would be appreciated.
> >
> > Your faithfully,
> > Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.
> > Governor
> > CentraL Bank of Nigeria. (CBN)
Mr Date: Wed 5 Jan 2011
Subject: RE Payment notification.

Find attached a copy of my ID as you requested. You are yet to send me the requested information.

The information I have with me indicates that you tried to get your foreign payment through the back-doors instead of going through the legal and approved procedure. This was why impostors/syndicate/criminals were able to swindle you with the active collaboration of your former attorney/local partner(s). This was why some unscrupulous officials of Nigeria banks put a very complex and bureaucratic bottleneck in place to frustrate you from receiving your payment by depositing the Principal sum in a dedicated account where they benefited from the fabulous interest accrued from this fund while you suffered. They made it appear as if it was the government that was deliberately withholding your payment.

Fees, rates and charges for services rendered by local banks for the release of your payments were inflated by desk and scheduled officer to facilitate the release of your foreign payment. Even after the payment of these bogus and ridiculous fees, your foreign payment is not released to you.

I have just gone through your payment file and have discovered that the paperwork/documents concerning your payment are not in order. Some important documents are missing and I cannot find them here. This would have to be corrected by getting the appropriate and requisite documents. I know it is possible you may have paid for these documents to be procured but they were not. You may have paid money to impostors or unscrupulous bank officials who did not remit the money to the appropriate quarters to procure the documents.

The documents missing in your file are:

1. Clearance certificate issued by the National Security Adviser to the president and endorsed by the Attorney General of the Federation. This would be obtained from the Office Of The National Security Adviser to the President. The United Sates Department of Homeland Security had requested that all funds in excess of US$10000.00 entering the United States must be accompanied with this certificate. This is in response to the attempted bombing of a US jetliner by a Muslim Nigerian citizen who attempted to detonate plastic explosives hidden in his underwear while on board Northwest Airlines Flight 253, en route from Amsterdam to Detroit, Michigan, on Christmas day December 25, 2009.

2. Foreign Payment Release Order (FPRO) brochure. This would be obtained from the Federal Ministry of Finance and must be signed by the Honourable Minister of Federal Ministry of Finance. This document legally authorizes the transfer of your foreign payment to your nominated bank account.

The President is embarrassed by this disclosure and is very sorry for the inconveniences you might have experienced with the non-payment of your foreign

It is important that you write back for further details on the missing/needed paperwork to enable us commence the transfer of your payment to you.

We are determined to send your payment to you. It is important that you call me on telephone +234-7042631524 for further clarification.

Your urgent response would be appreciated.

Your faithfully,
Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.
CentraL Bank of Nigeria. (CBN)


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