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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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From: SANUSI LAMIDO < sanusilamidosls@gmail.com >
To:
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: PLEASE GIVE THIS MESSAGE THE URGENT ATTENTION IT REQUIRES,

ATTN: Rightful Beneficiary,


Sometimes, I do wonder if you are really, really with your senses. How
could you keep trusting people and at the end you will loose your hard
earned funds, or are you being deceive by their big names? The
impersonate on many offices, claiming to be Director/Chairman of one
office or the other. Their game plan is only just to extort your hard
earned money. Now, the question is how long will you continue to be
deceived? Sometimes, they will issue you fake check, introduce you to
un-existing on-line banking and they will also fake wire transfer of
your fund with Payment Stop Order etc.


Anyway, by the virtue of my position I have been following this
transaction from inception and all your efforts towards realizing the
fund. More often than not, I sit down and laugh at your ignorance and
that of those who claim they are assisting you, it is very unfortunate
that at the end you loose. Although, I don t blame you because you are
not here in Nigeria to witness the processing of your payment in
Nigeria.


The problem you are having is that you been told the whole truth
about this transaction and it is because of this truth they decided to
be extorting your money. The most annoying part is even fraudsters
have really taken advantage of this opportunity to enrich themselves
at your expense. Those you feel are assisting or working for you are
your main problems. I know the truth surrounding this payment and I am
the only person who will deliver you from this long suffering.


Finally, you will receive your payment through a scrutinized DIRECT
WIRE TRANSFER(KTT) OR DIPLOMATIC CASH PAYMENT which has to be to any
of your choice address anywhere in the world but you have to keep this
communication very, very confidential for my own safety and for the
security of your money. Please I beseech you to stop pursuit shadows
and being deceived.


Feel free to call me immediately you receive this mail so that I can
explain to you the payment modus-operandi guiding this DIRECT WIRE
TRANSFER(KTT) OR DIPLOMATIC CASH PAYMENT.Do not panic, be rest assured
that this arrangement will be guided by your Embassy here in Nigeria,
with the assistant of the Nigerian Police Force and Economic and
Financial Crime Commission.

N/B: You are urgently requested to forward your current contact
address and your telephone number and forward a copy of your
International Passport or Driver s License, for submission to the
Nigerian Police Force for issuance of your payment diplomatic
clearance report which will be signed and endorse by your Embassy here
in Nigeria.


Try and call me upon the receipt of this mail for one on one telephone
discussion.


Thanks and remain blessed.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Rev Frank Ibeh
Financial Controller (CBN).
DIRECT LINE:234-81 0971 9678.

NOTE: UNDERSTAND THAT I DID NOT MEAN TO INSULT YOU BUT OUT WITH THE
TRUTH ABOUT THIS VERY PAYMENT THAT YOU ARE PURSUING AND THE TRUTH IS
THAT THIS VERY PAYMENT FUND IS ORIGINATED FROM NIGERIA AND YOUR FUND
IS STILL HERE WITH OUR APEX BANK WHICH IS CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.


 
     
Miss Young

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