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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Joy Harry <joyharry23@yahoo.com> wrote:

>My Dearest,

>Thanks for your mail,

>Here in Refugee camp is like one staying inside prison, and i don't want to continue like this, once the bank start up the transfer process i will start up too for my arrangement to meet you face to face, my intention is to have a good future, and a good living and continue with my studies,

>I believe in my heart that your help to me will bring something good to you, and i assure you that if God will use you to help me out of this situation, i will never forget you in my life, from your mail, i know you will not betray me that is why i have trusted you. I have confidence to go ahead with you.
>Bellow here is the contact of the bank.

>Royal Bank Of Scotland
>Address: Gogarburn, Edinburgh, EH1 21 HQ, UK Scotland
>contact person: MR. ROBERT ANTHONY
>Phone: +44-703-593-3389,
>Fax:  +44-703-197-0059
>Email: rbsroyalbankofscotland_robert@aim.com

>Looking forward to hear your response from the bank. God bless you Please Call the Bank and send mail to them as well today because i have written to them and have introduce you to them as my partner. when you get them on line, tell them that you are my partner.

>You are representing me as the foreign next of kin to the fund of my late father being deposited in there bank with my name as the next of kin, and ask them the possibility of transferring this fund to your position in your account  in your country.

>My father's account information
>Account Number............ 10005149
>Iban Number .............. GB15RBOS16003410005149
>Swift Code ............... RBOSGB2L
>Account Holder's Name....... Dr Harry F. Moniba.
>Nest Of Kin.................Joy Harry

>This is my own information.
>Full Name...... ......... Joy Harry
>Resident.................. Unit 225 church Road Medina UN. Refugee camp Dakar Senegal.
>Identity card No ........... A20547896

>My dearest, The most important thing is to make sure that you make contact with the bank let us hear from them before any other thing will be done. Go ahead and call them.

>Expecting to hear from you the response from the bank. Please take good care, and always put me in your daily prayers,

>God bless you,

 joy 1
joy2 1
rbsroyalbankofscotland_robert@aim.com wrote:

>Application for Claim
>Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc HQ,
>Gogarburn, Edinburgh, EH1 21 HQ, UK Scotland
>Registered Office, 36 St Andrew Square EH2 2YB.
>Phone no: 0800 073 2257
>Attention Sir,
>Reference to your request for the release of Dr. Harry F. Moniba's deposited fund, ($4.7 Million) with account No 10005149, IBAN BIC GB15RBOS16003410005149: Swift Code: RBOSGB2L, willed to Ms. Joy Harry presently in Dakar-Senegal.
>We have acknowledge the receipt of your mail inquiry in respect to the said inherited fund deposited in our escrow account from the next of kin.
>Be informed that your formal inquiry has been noted and forwarded to the transfer unit, you are required to provide proves confirming the true death of the depositor and the legality of your claims from the side of the next of kin (Ms. Joy Harry) to enable us process the release order, you should present the following documents via regular mails for the contents to be viewed properly.
>1. You should present an authority letter (Power of attorney) and (Affidavit of Oath) dully prepared and signed by a Senegalese based lawyer as your witness, mandating you to make this claims and transfer on Joy Harry's behalf......
>2 You should present a copy of Dr. Harry F. Moniba's death certificate, issued by a public/General hospital confirming his death.
>3 You should present the Statement of Account issued to Dr. Harry F. Moniba by our bank.
>On receipts of the above documents/information's, we shall verify them and as soon as we are satisfied, we shall process your claim and effect the transfer. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, and we promise to give our customers the best of our services.
>Yours Faithfully,
>Sir Robert Anthony
>Head Private Banking Section.
>Royal Bank Of Scotland
>Tel. 44-703-593-3089
>Fax 44-703-197-0059
>Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc HQ, registered in Scotland UK. 36 St Andrew Square EH2 2YB. authorized and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
>We are The Royal Bank of Scotland and we are owned by The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc. We are also known as the data controller. The information you supply will be used for the purpose of providing you with the service you requested. By supplying your address, telephone or email address, you are giving your consent for us to contact you in any of these ways in connection with the request.
Mrs Joy Harry <joyharry23@yahoo.com> wrote:

>Hello My
> Dearest,
>How are you today? I so much believe that you are doing fine.
> you so much for
> all
> your concern and care. I appreciate the way you are handling this
>transfer of the money to your position pending my arrival to meet with
>you to start a new life. God will bless and reward you for taking good
>care of an orphan like
> me and i will equally pay you back your kind gesture.
>like  i
>said before, i have the death certificate of my late father and the
>statement of account but i don't have the power of attorney and Oath
>which the bank says
> will be prepared by a lawyer in Senegal.
>I and the Reverend have
> gone to meet and finalized discussion with a good lawyer who can help
>us in making the power of attorney and Affidavit of Oath. He is one of
>the lawyers
> working with the united nations here in Dakar Senegal. like i told you,
> i have my late father's death certificate and Statement of Account with
> me here.
>I want you to contact this lawyer on both phone and
>e-mail telling him that you are my foreign partner that you need his
>services to prepare a power of attorney that will enable you transfer my
> 4.7 million dollars from the bank in UK were my father made this
>deposit to your account on my behalf due to my refugee status. His
>contact information are as follows below.
>Name: Barrister Salif Bah
>E-mail address:  barsalifbahchambers@rocketmail.com
>Office phone number: +221772618681.
>I want you to contact him immediately by both email and phone to discuss with
>I hope to here from you soon after contacting the lawyer so that i will know what he
> said.
>Darling remember to send your information to him
>1) NAME
>3) TEL NO
>4) FAX NO
>5) E-MAIL:
> please contact him so that he can get us those necessary remaining
>documents for the transfer. I also told him about helping me for
>processing my traveling documents of which he told me that he will
>render any service to us. God bless you,
> Joy.
Miss Young

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