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: marsha_g@abandisinc.com
Sent: 2/11/2012 5:56:42 A.M. GMT Standard Time
Dear friend,

This letter must come to you as a surprise, but I believe that it takes
just a contact for people to meet and become great friends and business
partners, this is a personal and private letter directed to you and I
request that it be treated as such. I am contacting you in the hope of
reaching a mutual agreement regarding the buying of estate properties,
we need you to source and buy properties in our names, secure the
properties and keep the papers pending when we will meet in person.

First I have to introduce myself and explain to you the source of the
funds we intend to use and the means the funds will be released to you,
My name is Marshal Garrison, I was the personal Financial Advisor to the
late Eng. Johan Meyer, an American hereafter referred to as 'My late
Client'. He was a successful Businessman here in The United Kingdom but
died in a car crash along with his immediate family members on the 7th
of March 2002. Shortly after his death I was directed by his bank to
locate any of his extended relatives whom shall be claimant /
beneficiary of his fixed deposit account with the bank valued at £9
Million Great British Pounds. I tried my best to locate any of his
family members but all such efforts were unsuccessful. I also sought the
assistance of the Japanese and American Embassies here in London in
locating any of his relatives without any success.

My worry now is that proceedings for confiscation of this fund by the
British Government in line with enabling laws will be initiated if no
Next of Kin came forward to claim the fund by 7th of March 2012. And
considering the amount of fund involved and the wasteful use it will be
put to should this happen, I decided to urgently search for a credible
and trustworthy Foreigner to partner with in diverting this fund. I
propose that the total fund be shared 20/75 between you and us at the
conclusion of transfer to your account. presently the said funds has
been transferred to a bank in Asia, and if we do not collect it before
7th of March it will be finally confiscated.

To commence the process of claim/transfer of this fund to your
designated bank account, you need firstly signify your interest by
contacting me via my e-mail, and then I will give you full details on
gaining your confidence. Rest assured that there are no risks involved
as all steps involved in achieving a smooth transfer of this fund to
your account will be legally followed. Do note that I have with me,
copies of the original documents to the fixed deposit account needed to
give credence and legitimacy to the claim. The documents were entrusted
with me by my late Client days after making the fixed deposit, so you
need not entertain any fears. Also note that successful transfer of the
Fund to your nominated account can be achieved within 14 Banking days of
signifying your interest. Like I said, I require only a solemn
confidentiality on this. Please, include your Private and confidential
Phone number (preferably Mobile) in your reply.

Best regards,

Marshal Garrison

Tel: +4470457 98335
Email: marsha_g@abandisinc.com
Email: marshalgarrison@yahoo.com.ph
Miss Young

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