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: Mrs. Emily Osadebay < msemilyosad1@live.com >
Sent: Sat, April 16, 2011 4:04:58 PM
Subject: Urgent

I am Mrs. Emily Osadebay, a Briton and a Principal Nursing Officer for Cancer Control in one of the Hospital here in Bahamas. I am writing on behalf of my patient (name withheld for confidential reasons), whom due to serious illness could not speak very well nor write. She is presently under intensive care in my hospital where she is been diagnosing of multiple cancers (Acute Leukemia, Pancreatic cancer and Lung cancer). Under her specific instructions, she has asked me to help her write and make contacts to concerned good caring citizens of the world whom would be willing to assist her carryout her objectives. I regret that she does not permit me to handle this matter myself for reasons best known to her.
My patient is from Freeport, Bahamas, married to a wealthy businessman and a philanthropist (a CEO to several shipping companies across the Freeport on the island of Grand Bahamas). She married for 12 years without a child until her husband died December 2005 after a brief illness. She is 60 years old and has inherited all the husband’s businesses and properties of great fortune, but was struck with serious illness that she can hardly survive the next 5 months alive. Before her situation got this worst, she has before hand informed me of her intentions and begged me to make sure that her wishes and desires are carried out in godly manners.
She confidently informed me that she had put together all her late husband’s assets in one investment portfolio. She invested all her funds $500,000,000.00 (Five Hundred Million United States Dollars) in Gold Bullion with a trusted Gold Ore Mining Company in Texas USA in June, 2007 and was issued a bond for same value that is backed by a Gold Delivery Certificate of 833,334 Troy Ounces of Gold. Such Gold as of today has a Current Spot Price of +/- $1 billion USD. The Gold Certificate and the Bond she deposited as a trading instrument with her bank on agreed yielding interests annually. She showed me copy’s of the Bond and the Certificate issued by the Gold Firm and also copies of proof of acceptance/deposit of the instrument with her bank here in Bahamas which I have verified to be true. She has wished to donate this fund to an organization or good person that has fear of GOD that will honestly utilizes this money in accordance to her wishes and desires.
She quote; “I want an organization or good person irrespective of religious that will use this funds to help the orphans, widows, establishing churches and mosques (for propagating the words of GOD) and building a charity foundation for helping the needy like people affected by natural disasters anywhere around the world” so she has said, and she made this decision because she does not have any child that will inherit this money. Moreover, her husband relatives are pagans and are of a questionable characters, and not worthy of this inheritance as she has informed me.
Therefore if you are honest and God fearing irrespective of your religion and believing that you can help her execute her wishes and desires as she has stated, please kindly indicate your interest by a return email clearly stating your acceptance and loyalty to her offer, which would motivate her to introduce you directly to her bank as the beneficiary receivership of the funds. She promised to reward 10% of the total sum to the participant of this great assignment.
Please note that I am only assisting to get this email across to you as she has instructed me to do. I am a Christian and I expect no monetary reward for my assistance as my religion forbids that. As soon as I receive your reply indicating your interest, I shall communicate with her and we shall get back to you with details. There would be no telephone communications with her directly because she hardly speaks out, but in any cases you can talk with me if it becomes very necessary. I can provide you with her photograph in the intensive care unit so as to enable you understand her situation the more. She really deserves prayers. Please kindly remember her in your prayers even if you cannot help her in her projects.
Any delay in your reply may prompt me to continue search for another person for this same purpose.
We look forward to your quick reply.
God Bless,
Mrs. Emily Osadebay.
For the patient

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