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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: Isabel Cyilima < needone2love@hotmail.com >
Date: 2011/9/13
Subject: Responding back to you‏‏‏‏


Hello my dear,
How is your day!! i hope you are having a great day!!.
I am very happy in your reply to my mail, meanwhile like i told you, my name is Miss Isabel Cyilima, I' m 24 years old of age from Rwanda in Eastern Africa, i am 5.7ft/173cm tall, fair in complexion, never married before, but presently i am residing in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal (in Western Africa) as a result of the civil war that was fought in my country Rwanda. I am the daughter of late Dr. Felix Cyilima, my father late Dr. F. Cyilima was the managing director and CEO of (an oil company) FelyCyily & Associates (Ltd), and he was also the personal adviser to the former head of states in my country Rwanda before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed him alongside with my mother and my only beloved younger sister all in cold blood, it is only me that is alive today for the fact that i was in school during the incident, after which i had to ran for my dear life and with the help of the Red Cross Charity Society i managed to make my way to this country Senegal where i am living now in the refugee camp as a refugee, and this computer i use in communicating with you is belonging to a Reverend father that takes care of the little church planted here in the refugee camp premises by the United Nations.

However, please my dear i would like you to tell me more about yourself as a person, what you are doing presently, your likes and dislikes, and just every other things you wish to tell me about yourself, i will be very glad to hear and know you better as i will equally tell you more about myself in my next mail, meanwhile i am attaching my photos here for you, i just hoped you will like them even though i am not all that photogenic anyway.

God bless you as you do have a pleasant time.
I awaits hearing from you soonest
Sincerely yours
Isabel.




my photo 1
my photo 2

 
Mr 2011/9/16 Isabel Cyilima < needone2love@hotmail.com >
Hello my dear,
How is your day!! I believe you are having a pleasant day!!.
Mine here is very tough and like you know i am living in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal, in this camp we are only allowed to go out briefly on Mondays and Fridays of the weeks, It' s just like one staying in the prison but i hope by God' s grace i will come out from here soon. I don' t have any relatives now whom i can go to as all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war.
The only person i have now is Reverend father Charles Timothy who is the Reverend Minister in charge of the church built by the United Nations here in the camp, he has been very nice to me since i came here, but i am not living with him rather i live in the females quarters because the camp here has two quarters one for men the other for women.
The Rev. father' s office phone number is (00221-772-750-640), you can as well reach me through his office line, if you call please just tell him that you want to speak with me so that he will send for me to the female quarters, like i told you i am as well using the computer in the Reverend' s office here to communicate with you.
As a refugee here i don' t have any right or privileged to anything be it money or whatever because it is against the law of this country. I want to go back to my studies because i only attended my first year in the university as a medical student before the tragic incident that lead to the death of my parents took place.

Please listen to this, i have my late father' s certificate of account and the death certificate here with me which i will send to you later. When he was alive he deposited some amount of money in one of the leading banks in Europe which he used my name as the next of kin to the account, the amount in question is $4.7M. (Four Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars). So i will like you to help me transfer this money to your account and from it you can send some money for me to get my traveling documents and air ticket to come over to meet with you in your place. I kept this secret to people in the camp here with me, the only person that knows about it is the Reverend father.
So in the light of above i will like you to keep it to yourself and don' t tell it to anyone for i am afraid of loosing my life or the money either if people gets to know about it. Always remember that am giving you all this information with full trust and due to the lovely way we have come to know each other, I like honest, hardworking and understanding kind of a person. My favorite language is English, meanwhile i will like you to call me on phone like i said at least for us to hear each other voices and as i still have a lot to tell you.

Have a nice day and think about me,
Awaiting to hear from you soonest.
Yours always in mind,
Isabel.
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Mr From: Isabel Cyilima < needone2love@hotmail.com >
Date: 2011/9/19
Subject: MY DEAR PLEASE DO CONTACT THIS BANK WITH THIS INFORMATION FOR THE TRANSFER‏‏‏


Hello my dearest,
I hope you are having a blessed day!!.
I read your mail and i realized very well that you are the kind of a person i have always wished for, I want someone who would treat me with love and understanding as i have gone through a lot of  trauma. I appreciate your effort towards me, your concern to assist me transfer and secure my money in your position pending my arrival to meet with you to start a new life for you already known my situation. As i told you in my previous mail, i am presently living in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal as a result of the death of my beloved parents. Things are very difficult with me here and all my hopes is on you and for you to assist me transfer the $4.7 million dollars deposited by my late father at STANDARD LIFE BANK OF SCOTLAND to your position, of which after that you can send some money for me to prepare my traveling documents to come over and meet with you. I have informed the bank about my plans to claim this money and the only thing they asked of me is to look for a foreign partner who will stand on my behalf due to my refugee status. In this regards i will like you to contact the bank immediately with this information and telling them that you are my foreign partner and that you want to know the possibilities of assisting me to transfer the $4.7 million dollars deposited by my late father Dr. Felix Cyilima, of which i am the next of kin to the account. However, i have just written the bank and introducing you to them as my foreign partner to stand on my behalf in transferring the fund, and also informing them that you will as well be contacting them in this regard.

The contact information of the bank is as follows below,

STANDARD LIFE BANK OF SCOTLAND
STANDARD LIFE HOUSE
30 LOTHIAN ROAD
EDINBURGH EH1 2DH.

Meanwhile you should contact the transfer department of the bank and call the attention of the transfer officer in charge Mr. Mac Benson.
Email address:  slb_transferunit@scotlandmail.com
Telephone numbers:  0044-703-194-8441, 0044-703-192-5220

Below is the account information of the money.

ACCOUNT NAME:: Dr. Felix Cyilima.
COUNTRY:: Rwanda
AMOUNT:: $4.7 Million Dollars
ACCOUNT NUMBER:: LD4383098027874KQSAH
NEXT OF KIN:: Isabel Cyilima.

When you contact them tell them that you are my foreign partner and that you want to assist me transfer my money to your account due to my refugee status here in Dakar Senegal.

God bless you as i await your mail,
Have a blessed day
Your Isabel.
 
Mr From: "S.L.B Transfer Unit" <slb_transferunit@scotlandmail.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 04:51:18 -0400
Subject: BANKING SERVICES

For Your Kind Attention.

I have been directed by the director of accounts to write you in
respect to your mail which we received. Actually we have earlier been
informed about you by the young lady (Miss Isabel Cyilima) that she
wishes you to be her trustee/representative for the claim of her late
father's deposit with our bank.
Her late Father (Dr. Felix Cyilima) is one of our late customers with
sum substantial amount of Four Million Seven Hundred Thousand US
Dollars ($4,700,000.00) which he deposited here with us.

Hence you have been really appointed as a trustee to represent the
next of Kin (Miss Isabel Cyilima).
However, before our bank will transact any business concerning the
transfer of the fund to your bank, we request that you send the
followings documents immediately via regular mails to our bank for our
proper view and crosschecking.

1. A power of attorney, permitting you to claim and transfer the
funds to your bank account on her behalf.
Note: This Power of attorney must be endorsed by a Senegalese resident lawyer,
since the money is originated from Africa and the next of kin (Miss
Isabel) is currently residing in Senegal.
2. The death certificate of the deceased father confirming his death.
3. A copy of statement of account issued to her late father by our bank.
4. An Affidavit of oath from the Senegalese high court.

Note: The above four (4) documents are compulsory, and are needed to
protect our interest, yours and the next of kin after the transfer.
The presentation of this four vital documents as stipulated by our
banking policy, these shall also ensure that a smooth, quick and
successful transfer of the fund to your account is made.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience(s), and we promise to
give our customers the best of our services.

Thanks
Yours Sincerely In Service
Mr. Mac Benson (Finance Transfer Officer)
Tel. +44 703 192 5220

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Standard Life Bank Of Scotland. Standard Life House, 30 Lothian Road,
Edinburgh EH1 2DH.
 
     

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