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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Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2012 18:01:45 +0000
From: RRGHA@imf.org
Subject: $1,200,000.00 transfer (NO FEES REQUIRED!).

Hello ,
My name is Wayne Mitchell, Resident Representative for Ghana, for the International Monitory Fund. I am a citizen of the USA. I was transferred to Ghana several months ago, to monitor all transactions from Ghana, to the USA and Canada. We recently received information on your expected funds transfer of $1,200,000.00, but we didn't have the details that would clarify the funds to be of a non questionable source, and also for a noble cause (if you know what I mean). This brought about the necessary requirement for us to acquire a New Disc for Fund. This disc, enables us to check and verify that the funds in question have no transfer record of money laundry activities, drug / weapons financing or fraud. We were also informed that you have been faced with some financial obligations, from your funds issuing agency here in Ghana.

We bring you very good news from the International Monitory Fund. As a result of the alarming increase in fraudulent activities, and frequent requests for advance payments from beneficiaries, we recently held a meeting with officials from the Ministry of Finance, in order to enable you to receive your monies from Ghana, without having to further make any payments with your own money. It is indeed very true that there are certain fees to be paid, in order for your transfers to come through. You will also be provided with all the legal documentation needed, to clear yourself from the IRS and the financial authorities in the USA.

I am American myself, and can do anything to see to it that a fellow American is not cheated. Therefore, I liaised with a colleague of mine, who works with the American embassy here in Ghana, and we held a meeting with the head of the accounts sector of the Ministry of Finance Ghana. We reached a very satisfactory conclusion to provide you with all the funds you need, in order to conclude your transfers. The Ghanaian government has denied all responsibilities of providing you the funds. Therefore, you will be receiving the money you need from a financier there in the USA. His name is Richard D. Rayborn, and his contact was secured by my colleague who works at the American embassy here in Ghana. I have spoken to him myself. He runs only 100% legitimate transactions, and the transfers to you will be completely risk free. He is willing to provide you with the funds you need if you agree to only two of his terms, numbered :

1) You will be returning his money to him with a 30% profit, as soon as you receive your first transfer.
2) He will be sending a check straight to your bank.

If you are willing and ready to agree to his terms, then I think congratulations are in place, as he will have the funds sent out immediately. It is totally safe for you to go ahead and do business with him. I advice that you do not tarry in contacting him by email on rich_dray@yahoo.com , so I can handle this transaction safely, smoothly, and swiftly on your behalf. This is my duty as the representative of the IMF. And it is a privilege whenever I get the chance, to assist a fellow American, especially since I was transferred to work here in Ghana. I have done this for several people, and it all worked out for them. I assure you that your information is safe with him. I will surely see to it that you receive your $1,200,000.00US, as soon as it is humanly possible. I wish you the best of luck in this transaction. Have a very nice day.

Yours sincerely
Mr. Wayne Mitchell.
Resident Representative for Ghana,
International Monitory Fund
Mr Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2012 10:59:36 -0800
From: rich_dray@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: $1,200,000.00 TRANSFER.

Alright. That will work too. Have him come to 5111 Commerce Crossing Drive # 10, Louisville KY 40229-2192. As soon as he gets here, let him cal me on my number below, and I will have the accountant show him to the office, to take care of everything. I am sure this is more convenient for us all. Keep me posted.

Yours sincerely,

Richard D. Rayborn.
Chief executive officer
Metro Financial Services
Miss Young

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