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: Mr. LEUNG Cheung < mr.leung_cheung66@w.cn >
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2012 1:43 AM

My Dear Friend,

I received your information and ID. Now I would want to let you know more about me; I am 51 years of age, I am married with two children, my daughter name is Liu and my son's name is Lee, I am sending you my family picture now for you to see. My address is #1, Fortune Garden, 20 Wing Ting Road, Ngan Chi Wan, Kln, Hong Kong. I have lived here for the last 15years. Note that the lawyer will be on the way regarding perfecting the paper-work/documents. I have really invested much in this transaction. I do hope the percentage of the total funds that I have proposed to give to you is okay by you. To remind you, I will be coming over to visit you in your country after concluding our transaction.

Please endeavour to keep this transaction confidential, Please do not discuss it with anybody, I have a 13year career with my bank (Hang Seng Bank) and I do not intend to ruin all that. I really cannot wait till the funds is transferred from my bank to the account you will provide for the transaction because I have not been able to sleep nor eat properly for the past days. Attach to this email is my work ID and my family pictures for your preview. I viewed your identity and am now satisfied of who i am transaction with. So I believe this information, ID and pictures is also enough to assure you of whom you are dealing with. I will give your details to the attorney to begin the process. I await your next reply.

Thanks for your mail and interest to continue with me in this project. However, if you refer to my previous email, you will understand that
the reason why I am asking for a copy of your ID is because it is what the attorney needs to perfect all the necessary documentations in your
name and nothing else. Another issue is that I want to be sure I am transacting with the correct person because this transaction is very
significant so I have to be very sure of who I am transacting with; and my curiosity can also be justified considering the large sum of
money in question.

I also required that you send the following,

1. Full names:
2. Current address
3. Occupation (a brief review)
4. Age:
5. Tel:
6. copy of your ID

I wait for your ID and other information. I will send you my complete information and ID so that you will also know more about me.


Mr. LEUNG Cheung

Work ID
My wife and i
My family at Christmas
My papa and mama, nephew -AND- my 2 children
Miss Young

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