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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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De: miss Petra Abou < misspamela_ebou@yahoo.fr >
Fecha: 19 de junio de 2012 4:08:43 p.m. GMT-05:00
Para: undisclosed recipients: ;
Asunto: Hola queridos,
Responder a: petrabou35@yahoo.com

Hola queridos,

Complemento del día para usted, por favor, perdonadme si me meto en su vida privada, mi nombre es la señorita Petra Abou, años 24, la altura de 5 pies 11 pulgadas, peso 61, soy la única hija de la tarde Abou Mr.Sylvestre de Abidjan, Costa de Marfil en el oeste de África, mi padre era un magnate de los negocios y político. He observado que son una importante personalidad antes de que me hice a la idea de contactar con usted. Por favor, me gustaría saber más acerca de usted, porque tengo conmigo algunos fondos que me gustaría invertir en un buen negocio más allá en su país. Me gustaría que pudieras ser honesto para mí para que yo pueda ir a esta inversión con usted por mi mismo y yo también me necesitan a sus buenos consejos.

En primer lugar, me gustaría saber lo que haces para ganarte la vida, recuerda que me llamó la atención que por eso me puse en contacto en primer lugar. Vamos a conocernos a nosotros mismos más como nos comunicamos bien.

Gracias por su comprensión, con la esperanza de oír de usted pronto.

Desde mi corazón,
La señorita Petra Abou,

Hello dear,

Complement of the day to you, please pardon me if i interfere into your privacy, my name is Miss Petra Abou, Age 24, height 5 ft 11 inches, weight 61, i am the only daughter of Late Mr.Sylvestre Abou from ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast in west Africa, my father was a business tycoon and a politician. I observed you are an important personality before i made up my mind to contact you. Please i will like to know more about you because i have with me some funds which i will like to invest in a good business over there in your country. I wish you could be honest to me so that i can go into this investment with you by my self and i will also need your good advices.

First of all, I will like to know what you do for a living; remember you caught my attention that was why i contacted you in the first place. We will know ourselves more as we communicate along.

Thanks for your understanding, hoping to hear from you soon.

From my heart,
Miss Petra Abou,


 
Mrs


De: Miss Petra Abou < misspetraabou@yahoo.com >
Fecha: 21 de junio de 2012 5:04:53 a.m. GMT-05:00
Asunto: Thanks for your respond,

Thanks for your respond,

Good moment, I am very happy for your respond towards my offer, i thought about it for a while before taking this very step and i pray that things will work out good between us.

My late father, Mr. Sylvestre Abou was a businessman and a politician and he was murdered in his room alongside with my beloved mother and our family house was burnt down by the rebels during the last crisis in our country Ivory Coast in west Africa, luckily for me i was able to escape from my country to Senegal to seek asylum.

When my father was alive he deposited the sum of four million seven hundred thousand dollars ($4.7 million) in a leading bank which he used my name as the next of kin. As my condition became unbearable, i contacted the bank for them to release some of the money to me but they clearly told me that my late father deposited the money under a comprehensive clause bond coverage that (1) I must attain the age of thirty year, or (2) I should present a foreigner who will help me transfer and invest the fund in a good business abroad. I tried to explain my reasons for contacting them about the fund but they don't care to know what i am passing through since the death of my parents, all they advised me is to look for a reliable foreigner who will help me transfer the fund as they cannot go against the already stipulated conditions given by my late father and they promise to co-operate with any person of my choice whenever they are contacted for the fund's transfer.

My dear, I will like to consider my situation here and help me, I am not telling you to send any money to me, i believe i can still manage myself until everything is over. I want you to assist me transfer this money into your account so that from it you will send some money for me to arrange my traveling document and come over to your country. I will like you to keep this transaction confidential, please keep it secret and do not tell anybody about it until we finally secure the funds into your account.

Please my dear reason with me, if i should wait till when i am thirty years that means i should wait for more seven years, i have been living in pains since i came to this refugee camp, no good food, poor medical attention and no freedom of movement, it is terrible. I wish you could consider me and tell me your mind in your next mail. In-case you want to speak with me on telephone, you can call me with the phone of the Reverend who is in charge of this camp his name is Rev. Pius Kalungi, his number is {+221777651156} any time you call tell him that you want to speak with Miss Petra Abou he will send for me in the women hostel.

I decided to contact you hoping that you will find this proposal interesting. Please on your confirmation of this message and indicating your interest, I will furnish you with more information's. endeavor to let me know your decision rather than keep me waiting

I am sending my pictures with this mail, and i will also like to see your pictures in your next mail.

Yours sincerely,
Miss Petra Abou
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