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: KATA KEVIN < katakevin@walla.com >
Sent: Thursday, 1 March 2012, 23:29

ATTN: Beneficiary.

I am delighted to contact you on a private note based on your claim to your contract/ inheritance fund, which has been programmed for transfer into your designated bank account through my department.

I am hereby apologizing to you- for the delay in realizing this fund into your account, which was caused by me because of breach agreement between me and your so called partners in Nigeria who introduced you into this business. Your Nigerian partners approached me that they want to present you as a beneficiary to this fund as it was an OVER-INVOICING made when they are awarding contract to foreign firms. So, after the negotiation, we unanimously agreed that they (your partners) would give me the sum of US$200,000.00 (CASH) on my acceptance to assist them to transfer. As soon as I made some fruitful effort on the business and demanded my US$200,000.00 as agreed, your partners deviated from the agreement and decided to go through at my back and made a change of your bank account in other to disappoint me. Then I got the knowledge of their evil plans and proved their illicit efforts abortive. That is why for many years you have been pursuing this payment, spending unnecessary funds to some fraudulent individuals in Nigeria who claimed to be in charge to release your fund.

I want to re-emphasize to you that your fund is still with me and under my control. Now with my whole heart I want to enter into real business with you on a sincere agreement since your partners has disappeared into tin air and no where to be found and the fund is still floating in your name waiting for a proper documentation and claim.

1.On an agreement, I assure you that I am going to transfer this fund into your account.
2.You will assure me of keeping my dealings with you to an utmost secrecy because of my position.
3.You will promise to give me 20% of the total fund as soon as the fund gets into your account with a written promissory note signed by you.
4.I will assist you in making a proper documentation to make your claim genuine, as a bonafide Foreign Contractor and the beneficiary to the said fund.

I am aware that some fraudulent individuals has been impersonating my name and office to contact you and other contractors as reported by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) authorities. I advised you that hence forth, you should suspend any dealings from any group of person(s) either from the (NNPC) or any other financial institution/parastatals in Nigeria or overseas that might be contacting you in this purpose and endeavor to keep this information confidential until we finalize this transaction. Please reply this message urgently and call me on my confidential line as soon as you received this fax. While waiting for you favorable response.

Yours faithfully,

Mr James Okuku
Telex Director Central Bank Of Nigeria.
eMAIL @ mrjamesokuku@gmail.com

Miss Young

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