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: Central Bank Of Nigeria < officeweb-----bn34@att.net >
Subject: Urgent Matter on your funds payment.
Date: Friday, March 11, 2011, 12:49 PM

From: The Executive Governor
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
Tel: +234 1 8216348
Urgent Matter on your funds payment.
Attention Beneficiary ,
Sequel to the mail we sent to you which returned as undelivered mail, we decided to email you via your email address, I have decided to inform you about the Original Copies of the Documents which this foreigners tendered to us today to claim your Inheritance Funds have been forwarded to the Legal Unit of this Bank for further investigation, and if after it we found out that you did not send this Foreigner to claim your funds, the Legal Unit of this bank will get them apprehended immediately. I know that there is a lot of scamming activities going on in our Country but i want you to know that you will surely receive your fund this time without any problem.
Therefore, in other to avoid neither Diversion nor Complications on this Payment, you are hereby advised to stop all further contact with any other person, whom might equally be of hindrance. Any Attorney that is not certified by this Noble Bank is equally not competent and such is definitely void.
About 35minutes ago, we just concluded a meeting with the entire Payment Committee of The Federal Republic of Nigeria, The Minister of Finance and his Excellency (The President of The Federal Republic of Nigeria) and at this conclusion we had to contact you right away.
Following your swift response to this letter today, we have to write you this Letter in other to fully enlighten you on the accurate step to take, for you to gain full possession of these Funds.Being the Executive Governor of this great and noble Bank, I personally have not experienced this kind of predicament at all. Based on the fact that this foreigner tendered Valuable Legal Documents to back-up they claim, we have all rights to Release this Funds to them but we have to contact you first in other to know if you truly sent them to collect your Funds.
These foreigners have provided a Bank Account in "CANADAā€¯ where they want these Funds to be transferred into. This is absolutely by the case because we are still investigating carefully in other to avoid Miss-Direction of Funds. I will warn you to stop every communication with any body because we are investigating this. This foreigners tendered to us Legal Documents from the High Court Ordering us to Release this Funds to him within 48hrs from today dated the 12/03/2011.
Before conclusion to prepare a Certified International Bank Transfer to pay this foreigner, we will still like you to kindly assure us that you did not send this foreigner to collect this Funds from this Bank. Kindly note that if we issue out a Certified International Bank Transfer to this foreigner, then all your rights to this Funds will be lost.
If you actually did not send this foreigner to collect your Funds, then you will have to counter his Claim, with a "Supreme Court Affidavit of Facts and Re-claim" which will legally counter his claim on these Funds to your favor as the right beneficiary to these Funds in question. This very Vital Document will be issued from The Supreme Court of Nigeria, to you in other to Re-claim this Fund back to your possession.
In receipt of this Official Letter, you are advised to furnish this Bank with your Bank information in regards to where this Funds will be Transferred into after it must have been Re-claimed by you.
Your personal and Bank Coordinates
Yours in service
Dr Lamido Sanusi
Executive Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)


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