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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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Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 03:51:39 -0500
From: wama-committee@africamail.com
Subject: FOR YOUR URGENT INFORMATION - READ CARDFULLY:

Western Africa Monetary Agency (WAMA).
Head Office
Cedi House (Head Office Annex)
Hohoe Office
www.wami-imao.org

C/O Bank of Ghana
One Thorpe Road
P.O. Box GP 2674
Accra
West-Africa


Dear Beneficiary:


The West African Monetary Agency, WAMA was inaugurated in September 1996 with responsible for coordinating the affairs of member countries of West Africa towards the attainment of the Single Monetary Zone for ECOWAS.

Attempts at monetary integration in the sub-region can be traced back to 1975 when central banks in the sub-region signed the agreement to set up the West African Clearing House (WACH). It was a multilateral payment arrangement involving all the then eleven central banks in the sub-region (including the BCEAO) and also the participation of the commercial banks in the sixteen West African countries. WACH was to promote the use of local currencies for sub-regional transactions in order to bring about savings in the use of foreign exchange. It was also to encourage member countries to liberalize trade and to also consult frequently among themselves on issues of monetary cooperation.

In 1978, the West African sub-regional committee of the Association of African Central Banks also decided on the creation of a West African Banker’s Association (WABA) embracing commercial banks, development banks and other credit institutions in the sub-region. The objective was to exchange information on banking practices and strengthen links within commercial banks in the sub-region and also to serve as an intermediary between the central banks and the commercial banks at the sub-regional level. WABA was subsequently inaugurated in 1981. Subsequently, WACH and WABA provided a useful forum for consultation among various central and commercial banks on issues of mutual interest.

It was in July 1987 that a serious attempt was made at setting a policy framework for the pursuit of monetary cooperation in the sub-region. This was done with the adoption of the ECOWAS Monetary Cooperation Programme (EMCP), which entailed the adoption of collective policy measures designed to achieve a harmonized monetary system and common management institutions. As part of this programme, the West African Clearing House (WACH) was transformed into the West African Monetary Agency, (WAMA) which is an autonomous specialized institution of ECOWAS, charged in addition to the functions of WACH, with assisting member countries in the harmonization and coordination of macro economic policies, coordinating the implementation of the EMCP and also ensuring the introduction of a single currency for the sub-region.

However, with the advent of the West African Monetary Institute, and the prior existence of the Bank of West African States (BCEAO) and the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) of the Francophone West African States, there have been calls for the rationalization of the number of regional institutions monitoring and facilitating monetary union and this has led to calls for the restructuring of WAMA with the Committee of Central Bank Governors awaiting the outcome of the restructuring process to determine the future of WAMA.
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FOR YOUR URGENT INFORMATION - READ CARDFULLY:

Its crystal clear that this email meets you as a big surprise, though a pleasent one to inform you in our efforts to eradicate all related financial crimes in west-africa which has only yieded little result in the past years. Yearly Our Audit department collects informations about monetary and beneficiary foreign Transfer and WAMA in its investigation discovered that you have an abandoned sum of US$3.5M; A set apart programmed gradual transfer inntended to be transfer to you and we discovered that your file has been dumped for no specifit reason, It is urgent to execute the transfer within the next days and banking hour to Christman and if the transfer of the said fund isnt done before Christmax, Our Audit department can only review it again next year ending.

Please you are advice to contact any of the below officers approved to specially approach your fund transfer in the next possible minute, so that the said fund can reflect in your country Account immediately:

Bank of Ghana
Rev. Mrs. Hannah Savoiur
bog.gov.ghsecretary@secretary.net
+233541951182

. . OR. . .

CONTACT: DR. HASSAN IBRAHIM
EMAIL : hassan.bog@live.com
DIRECT NO. :+233574264935

NOTE: DO NOT PAY ANY OF THE OFFICER ABOVE AN AMOUNT MORE THAN THE US$305 PROCESSING FEE ALONE. THE US$305 IS FOR THE PROCESSING OF THE FUND TRANSFER AND ITS IS BEING CALCULATED BASE ON THE DIGIT OF YOUR TRANSFER OF US$3.5MILLION.

WE WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAX IN ADVANCE!!!

Yours Sincerely

Sincerely
Mr. Emmanuel Mills
(WAMA Chairman)
 
     
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