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: Mr Paul Madi < mrpaulmadi124@yahoo.com >
Date: Wednesday, 16 May, 2012, 6:38 AM

My Dearest Friend,
I hope all is well with you and your family,
Thanks for your response, I swear and assure you that every thing will surely work out fine for our own benefit and I promised you that this transaction will not harm any of us hence I am having all the information’s which I am to furnish you as soon as you contact to the bank.
I will appreciate if you can make it to come down here before any thing after contacting to the bank because i want every thing to be clear to you but we can still handle it if you can't make it to come down here.
I received your mail and the content of your message is duly noted and I am promising you that you won't regret being part of this transaction, yes i have contacted you in this transaction because of the urgent need of a foreigner hence a Burkinabe can not stand as the next of kin to this fund, as the own of the fund was a foreigner.
Could you please call me immediately you receive this mail on this telephone number: +22678522125 .
I'm living inOuagadougou Burkina FasoWest Africa. I state my details as follows:
Mr. PAUL MADI. An accountant by profession, I'm 42yrs old, presently chief auditor to Bank of Africa (BOA).I am married with two children. My residence address no: C/575 ZONE DES AMBASSADE. Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, concerning this transaction, although based on mutual trust and understanding as you will lead me in establishment over in your country.
As you know this cannot be done by email alone to avoid delay so please i will want you to call me. Meanwhile, I would want to detail you a little on the fund to be transferred to your account. This is not stolen money rather, a discovered abandoned money belonging to one of our late customers by name Mr. PAUL LOUIS HALLEY from France who died years ago together with his entire family living behind his contract sum of US27.2, million dollars unclaimed in our bank.
According to one of our banking policies which stipulate that after years of unclaimed fund, the fund will automatically go into the treasury of our bank and that's why I want you as next of kin to claim out the fund.
Importantly as I discovered, my bank does not know that he has no next of kin which makes it easier for you to stand in as next of kin to Mr. PAUL LOUIS HALLEY fund. I have taking this risk to contact you alone because of secret. I will provide you with some information’s related to the contract sum and a text of application which you will fill with your banking details and resend to bank by e-mail, introducing you as next of kin to Mr. Paul Louis Halley and also instructing the paying bank (our bank) to effect the transfer of the inheritance fund into any bank account which you will provide and submit to the bank.
Could you please call me on the above phone number immediately you receive this email, I will be eagerly waiting for your urgent response and I have told you earlier that 40% will be for you and 55% for me and the rest 5% will be for any expenses during the period of this transaction.
I will be coming to your country immediately after the transfer of this fund to your bank account.
Now, i will be waiting your anxious response and please call me.
Yours Only Lovely Brother,

Miss Young

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