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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2011/5/27 Collins Ugoji < collinsug6@att.net >
Attn: Please

How are you doing today?

I have an important information for the owner of this email id, but first of all, I want to ensure if this email is still valid, I want you to confirm if this email is correct and is being checked by only you so that I will proceed and let you know what information i have for you.

I am taking this measure in other not to make any mistake because of the sensitivity of the information i have for you.

Awaiting your responds.

Collins Ugoji
Mr On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 7:36 PM, Collins Ugoji < mrcollinsugoji@gmail.com > wrote:

Having confirmed you as the right person, I want to disclose this information to you. I am the new Head Of Finance-Department at [Barclays Bank] here in Ghana. I discovered a file and information in the Office Computer Database containing a Transfer sum of US$5.5 Million in balance attached to your email address.

From records, it seems a Contract Payment executed here in Africa, due to you for claims via this office, You should know better. From what I can see in our system here, its seems this money may have been more than the amount I discovered, but I will find out as things progresses.

Everything is OK now. I just wish you can follow my advice. Am going to help you to get this funds Transferred to you, I have information to give you, which will help you get this transfer done. I know you have felt so bad, because of all the delay and demands for money from the people handling the transfer initially; don' t worry, there is hope if you will listen and follow my directives.

 Meanwhile any person contacting you from my office or any bank here in west Africa in this regards, should be ignored for now.

You also have to promise to protect my Identity until you get your money? Because if it is open that you are about to receive this fund through my help, We can' t imagine what may happen believe me, as a lot of people have there eyes on funds like this and are very ready to divert it as soon as they are sure it has no claim. I don' t know why I am doing this for you, but I just feel I should assist you, considering what you may have been through because of this funds.



Collins Ugoji

Mr On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Collins Ugoji < mrcollinsugoji0@gmail.com > wrote:

I have decided to help you because, i never want to be in a place and see things go wrong, I am not asking you to pay me for helping you, because I know it could be me and someone else will still do the same for me.

When this is all over and you successfully receive your funds, anything you decide to compensate me with from your heart will be highly appreciated.

Now this is the good news, Due to all the complain rendered to the African Union by the international financial bodies on withheld payments.

The AU in collaboration with Ecowas requested from all the African banks with International Clients whom their funds transfer had been withheld/delayed by one office or the other for one reason or the other, to present the transfer files of all the people involved, so that they will all be paid through (Barclays Bank) since making a huge international wire transfer is now very difficult and Barclays bank, is reputable in international financial transactions and will handle the payment appropriately.

A lot of files were received, the people involved were notified, and all payments were uploaded into an (International VISA ATM Card) in the name of the beneficiaries and their representatives picked up the cards and shipped to them.

This past week our telegraphic transfer report shows that more than 90% of the transfer files received have had their cards issued, and some are still in progress. I was very surprised to locate your file in an entire different folder from where other files where kept, and i realized from the list of those contacted in this regards that you were never notified about this at all.

This looked very strange to me, after my verification, i realized that it seemed the former Head of Finance wanted to divert your money, but could not finish with his plans before permanently leaving the office, or it mite simply have been left in error. All i know is that i will never have a hand in such act, i will let you have your money just like every other person we received their file.

All you have to do is to give me the Name and address where you will want your ATM Card sent to, and your recent phone number so that the carrier company will call you for delivery. I will act as your representative and apply for your ATM card to be issued at once. as soon as it is ready, the accounts department will send you the ATM Code Number to your email address, it is confidential and for you alone, to ensure that no one else will have access you the money in it but you. so keep the ATM Code Number very save when you receive it and then wait while i post the card to you.

I await your Quick Response.


Collins Ugoji

From: Collins Ugoji < mrcollinsugoji0@gmail.com >
Date: Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 5:23 AM

I write with joy and greetings. I am glad that God who knows my heart has done his best in seeing me through this, It is not for man to decide, but good things happen to us when we least expect it. Without wasting much time, let me brake out the good news to you. Your ATM CARD is ready and have been issued this morning. right now as i write you, it is in my position.

I know this will surely makes you feel very good and that is my primary objective. I will try my best to have it shipped through Fedex first thing tomorrow morning. Our accounts department will be sending the (ATM PIN NUMBER) direct to your email any moment from now. The subject of their message will be [TRANSACTION NOTIFICATION] so look out for the message. The ATM CARD is already activated so you must not let anyone get hold of the pin.

I have attached a photo of your ATM Card with this message, together with my international passport copy so that you may know am real, i always want to make everything i do as clear as possible so as to keep my Name and records clean.

Am sorry am not able to help you pay for the shipping right now since its not such a big sum, my salary have gone into bills and food and you know how it is when you are based only on your salary, bills just wait till it comes then they sweep it away. I have called Fedex and they said shipping to your location will take three days from the time it is sent to be delivered to you, and the shipping cost will be $153 in equivalent.

I hope to have the money for the shipping before close of work today, so that on my way to work in the morning i will pass by and Fedex the card to you because that is the only time i will have to do it, i will be at work the rest of the day.

Send it directly to my name, so that i will pick it up myself, my secretary mite delay if i want her to do this for me, and may curse her not to meet up for work on time.

Use the bellow details:

Receivers Name: Collins Ugoji

Address: City (Accra) Country (Ghana)

Question: Favorite Color

Answer: Blue

I will wait to here from you.


Collins Ugoji


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