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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Dari: MR MUSA BELLO < drinno1@att.net >
Tanggal: Senin, 20 Juni, 2011, 8:34 AM

I am Mr Musa Bello. I'm an investment consultant. I am of the opinion that says the decision one makes today determines his tomorrow, The greatest investment advice ever offered goes thus: invest your future in a profitable venture and one of these days you will make profit." Quotation King Solomon.

Meanwhile I am the Head of Operations Cemac Bank of Africa Plc.
Sometime in 1996, a certain man Mr.Kelly Smith brought a luggage marked family treasure to me for safe-keeping in our bank. I met the man in 1990 in America and he introduced himself as a SHIP CAPTAIN. We became intimate more when he realized my profession,there and then, he informed me about the consignment. However, I did not take it so serious not until he brought the box to my office. I assisted him in depositing the treasure and CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT issued to him. However, he saw me as someone trustworthy and decided to hand-over the document to me for safe-keeping. He left back to his country, though he is always on the Sea being a Sailor.
All our correspondence was through telephone. Our discussion stopped since last year when I called his telephone number, and behold someone else had bought over the telephone. the new subscriber told me that Mr. Kelly Smith died along-side, his wife and only two children at the World Trade Centre during the BIN-LADEN bomb blast, in America. This news shocked me so much that Mr.Kelly Smith did not leave any of his contact address or next of kin, and since then all plans to trace any of his relatives proved abortive.
Honestly, I became confused, and resorted to informing my colleague in the office, who suggested that we should open the box a little to know the content proper. The box was carefully opened and GUESS WHAT? BILLS OF ONE HUNDRED UNITED STATE DOLLARS, denomination carefully defaced. I and my colleague agreed and secretly took the box out from the bank and deposited it with a security company here. We have concluded plans to invest the money total eight million united staed dollars $8m(USD) out of Cotonou Republic of Benin and required an assistance from a Would-be Trustworthy Over-Seas Partner who will help us receive the money overseas.
If you can assist us, we can arrange and bring the money to your country by the help of Diplomats, for investment. I and my colleague has agreed to give you 30% of the total sum. Be rest-assured that the transaction is 100% risk-free and your urgent response is highly needed. So we cannot look for another person.

It is real that a lot of Internet frauds and scam are in the increase but a lot of people has never seized from meeting fortunes on the Internet.
Recent surveys conducted by HANNAH SHAW GROVE and RUSS ALAN PRINCE has confirmed this.You can contact me on this e-mail address: mrmusabello@yahoo.fr
Best Regards,
Mr. Musa Bello.

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