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: Habibou Kalou < habib2care@yahoo.com >
Sent: Monday, 3 December 2012, 9:13
Subject: Re:thanks dear

Hi dear,
How are you doing?,I am very excited over your reply to my mail.My name is Miss Habibou kalounga,i am 25 years old single and never married,seeking for a true love for a long term relationship.i am from Sudan in Africa but,presently living in Senegal due to the civil clashes between the Sudanese government and rebel troops in my country which results to the death of my beloved parents.My late father Dr.Dennis kalounga who was an industrialist,and former advisory to the state government before the rebel troops attacked our house one morning killed my beloved father and mother in a cold blood.I managed to ran to refugee camp in a nearby country Senegal where i am now living as a refugee.I cry and felt deeply sad in me whenever i remembered the heavy loss of my beloved parents whom i loved and cherished so much.May there soul rest in perfect peace,I am now an orphan,helpless and have nobody to call my own.It is very difficult to live and stay in refuge camp,i am living in pains and penury in this place.I am appealing to you please help me out of this refugee camp.I will love to be with you,to love and respect you all my life.My hobbies are beach walking,traveling,cooking and reading sometimes I relax by listening to music or watching movies.i like sports,football,volleyball, basketball,swimming,.etc.I will like to know more about you.what you like and dislike,your hobbies and what you are doing presently. I have attached my picture to this mail so that you can see what i look like. Hoping to hear from you soonest!(but,Remember the distance,age or color does not matter but love matters a lot in life).I wait for your reply.bye!

Best regards.


Habibou Kalou
Habibou Kalou

Mr Abibou Kaloun schrieb am Fr., 16. Jan 2015 10:13 MEZ:

>I believe that my communication with you will bring joy and happiness to
> both of us. Hope all is well with you and your family . I have a
>special reason why i decided to contact you, its because of the urgency
>of my situation here, Please read carefully.
>My name is Miss
>Abibou Kalounga, i am 19 years old from Sierra leone, I am the daughter
>of late Mr. Dennis Kalounga, the former minister of health and
>sanitation in my country. He died on April 29, 2011. And my biological
>mother died some 4 years ago. Meanwhile, I'm the only child of my
>biological mother.
>Please do understand that I followed my
>intuition in making my contact with you, so it is by divine mandate am
>reposing my absolute confidence in you, hoping we will achieve success
>together. I never get misled whenever I followed my intuitive directive.
> father secretly deposited the sum of US$4,200,000.00 `Four million and
>Two hundred thousand dollars` in one of the leading banks,in custody of
>my name as the next of kin. I therefore write that you partner with me
>over the transfer of this fund to your account and it's investment.
>After the fund is transferred to your account, I will join you there to
>further my studies, while you guide me well into investing the fund. In
>my next message I will tell you the reasons why I want this fund
>transfer to your position and wish to leave my present location. It is
>my intention to compensate you with 15% of the total money.
>will wait for your positive response showing your interest then, I will
>inform the holding bank about you immediately. Please do keep this
>secret only to yourself,I beg you not to disclose it to a third party
>till I come over to meet with you, once the fund has been transferred
>into your account. I hope my explanation is very clear but if you need
>further clarification, then send in your question(s). I look forward to
>hear from you.
>Be blessed,
>Ms. Abibou Kalounga.
Miss Young

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