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: Remmy Ubani < remmyubani@yahoo.com >
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2011 5:26 AM

My new friend ,

I will be more than happy to read your reply to my message .

How is your day? My name is Remi Ubani and I'm 28years old but i do
not attach much importance to age rather true love is what i want, i am
from Freetwon in Sierra Leone in West Africa, 5.8ft tall, Fair in
complexion,(never married before )and presently i am residing here in a camp
Ziguinchor Senegal. Now i am in search of a partner for long term relationship and a trust-worthy man to spend my life with. I am an easygoing compulsive person, intelligent, It will be so great to start a lovely relationship with you. And many more good things of a healthy relationship.

I am contacting you for friendship and even more as we get to know ourselves better , i will like to hint you with my major reason of writting you . As for me i know and believe that age doest not really matter or mean to me rather what i look for is honesty, true love and understanding in any friendship or relationsghip i want to go into.

More about my family .My late father Dr Dika Ubani was the managing director of his owned company and he was a Big time Reputable business man before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed him and my mother in cold blood. I am the only one alive now after i manage to escape and make my way by the help of Red cross to a near by country Senegal. whre i am living now as a refugee in camp Even this computer that i am using to access and send you mail belongs to a Reverend Father who is in charge of the church here in the camp and he is just like a father to me here. Fortunately enough, this is the country where my late father deposited a huge amount of 7.5 Million dolar (US$7,500,000.00) in a security banking firm and i am heir to the deposit because i am his next of kin.

On my arrival here in Dakar Senegal, i approached the manager of the security banking firm and told him of my intentions of withdrawing the deposit from their custody so that i could be able to live a normal life, but i was made to understand that because of my Refugee STATUS, they are forbiden by the financial and business law to release the deposit directly to me. This is because the financial and business laws of Senegal forbids all refugees status individuals from engaging in any active business transaction in this country. But in other alternative, i was told to appoint and present somebody who will stand as my Partner/Trustee to the deposit so that they can release the deposit to my Partner on my behalf.
Therefore, because i am interested in a lasting healthy relationship and joint business partnership with you, i will like to retrieve and move this money with your help to your custody in your country and together we will invest it into a profitable business venture in your country. So i will like to appoint and present you to the security banking firm as my Parter/Trustee to the deposit so that they can process the release of the deposit in your names and transfer directly to your account. But please, i want you to assure me in return that you will be honest and sincere in all your dealings with me? Because this is my hope for the future, i do not want to loose it carelessly or mis-manage it. I will always do anything base on your advise since i do not have business experience before because i was still a student when i lost my parents.

I look forward to your positive response after which i will let you know how we could commence with the Transfer
Remi Ubani.*
You can call me on my private number


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