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: Kate Debor < kate_debor12@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 11:24 AM
Subject: Honey kindly contact the bank for the transfer

Hello Darling,
how are today over there in your country?hope all is well with you and your famlly and also hope that your work is moving well.honey ,i realy thank you so much for all your love ,care and concern toward my welfare.honey i been here in the refugee camp for a long time after the death of my parents and this money is been deposited by my late father when he was a live and which i am the next of kin.and when i contacted the bank for the transfer ,they ask me to look for a partner who will help me to transfer the money to his account because of my age and refugee status.so darling i prayed and fasted for two good weeks before i contacted you and i was convince when i saw your reply and i know that you will be a very good ,honest and caring man.so darling i want you to feel free and contact the bank because i have already inform the bank about you as my partner; i was very happy after reading your e-mail indicating your willingness to help me,
Actually it is possible for us to meet after we must have concluded the transfer into your account in your country .i will like you to contact the Bank to verify from them.
I have my father's certificate of deposit and his death certificate with me all the same I will be there with you very soon, after the transfer is completed to enable me start my education, and also invest the money with you in a good business in your country after the transfer is completed.
All you need do is either call the bank by phone or send an email requesting for the claim, the closure and transfer of funds in my name to your account. Tell them by email that you want to know their procedures to transfer my fathers money that is he deposited in there bank on my behalf. It is there duty to let you know their procedures.
Here are the contact details of the bank that I think you might need. So that we can now proceed, please contact the bank, either by phone or via e-mail to find out their protocols. When you contact them, this is the information you have to give them to identify with me.
This is the name of the bank and there contacts below:

36 St Andrew Square,Edinburgh
Direct E-mail: royalbstransfer@aim.com

The name of the transfer officer is:
Mr. Paulson Smith (DIRECTOR Foreign Operations)
Direct Tel: +447031867807
Tel / Fax: +448447747541
Holders Name. . . Dr Wilson Dabor
Deposited amount: USD $ 6.7M
A/C NO HBM743483002
Next of kin. . . .Kate Dabor
Nationality. . . .Liberia

When you contact them tell them that you are my foreign partner and that you want to assist me transfer my money to your account due to my refugee status here in Dakar Senegal. And please don't fail to call or write me as soon as you have contacted them OK. Awaiting to hear from you soonest.
Yours sincerely,
Kate Dabor

Miss Young

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