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: Engineer Andrew Yakubu < a1@mta16.mil.2eat.com >
Sent: Wed, Apr 24, 2013 4:06 pm
Subject: Important!! Over-Invoiced Contract!! /04/24

NNPC Towers, Central Business District,
Herbert Macaulay Way,
P.M.B. 190, Garki, Abuja.
Direct Telephone number: + 234 7052 8886 93.

Hello Dear.

I know that this proposal may come to you as a surprise, especially having to come from someone you have not met before, but I would like you to co-operate with me, so this USD$15 Million will release and transfer into your designated bank account. My Name is Engineer.Andrew Yakubu, I am THE Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC). It is my profound intention to contact you for this very important and highly confidential transaction for the transfer of USD$15 Million to any of your account.
This (USD$15 Million) was over invoice from the contracts awarded to Foreign contractors, But the real contract value was USD$60 Million, it was over estimated to tune of USD$75 Million (Seventy-Five Million United States Dollars only) which I registered with Universal Trust Company at that time.

Meanwhile, the contract has been successfully executed by the contractors and their contract sum of (USD$60 Million) has been paid to them. Leaving the over invoice of USD$15 Million (Fifteen Million United States Dollars Only) pending at the paying Bank here in my country. Right now, we are left with the over invoice of (USD$15 Million) which is still floating at escrow account in paying Bank here in my country awaiting final payment to any reliable Foreign Bank Account you may provide to me. I am asking you to co-operate with me, so the fund will be release and transfer to your bank account. If you are interested in this proposal, please reply me with the following details:

1, your full name:
2, Date of Birth:
3, your occupation:
4, your address:
5, Your Private Phone & fax numbers:

So we can negotiate on your percentage before we proceed. However, when the fund is transferred to your account in your country, I will obtain a visa and travel with my family to meet you in your country as for us to share the USD$15 Million as we are going to agree NOW. Please call me any time at: + 234 7052 8886 93.

Expecting your urgent reply today and I am looking forward to work with you soon, Have a nice day.
Yours Truly
Engineer Andrew Yakubu

Note: We are not stealing money from anyone. This USD$15 Million is over invoice fund and this transaction is 100% legal. Meanwhile, I can't claim the funds by my self; I only contact you because you are a foreigner.
From: Engineer Andrew Yakubu < engrandyyakubu@hotmail.com >
Sent: Thu, Apr 25, 2013 3:04 am

NNPC Towers, Central Business District,
Herbert Macaulay Way,
P.M.B. 190, Garki, Abuja.
Direct Telephone number: + 234 7052 8886 93.


Thanks for your urgent reply; this is to acknowledge the receipt of your reply. However, please find attached a copy of your application letter.Fill it up with your banking details,Sign it and forward it to Absa Bank Nigeria Ltd. So they will release and transfer our $15Million USD to your designated bank account .

Meanwhile, as soon as you confirm the arrival of this payment of $15 Million USD in your account , I and my family we obtain a visa and start coming over to your country as for us to share the $15 Million USD, 30% for you and 70% for me.

Here is the contact address of the paying bank where you will send the application letter:

Absa Bank Nigeria Ltd.
Address: Plot 47 Bankole Oki Road, Ikoyi Lagos Nigeria
Offical E mail: absaa@wss-id.org
Contact Person: Mr Tony Ubah
Position: Head Transfer Department
Tel:+ 234 8103 9899 72

Please contact Mr Tony Ubah the Head of Transfer Department in Absa Bank Nigeria Ltd with the attached application letter immediately and keep me update as soon as the bank answer your application letter okay.

I am waiting

My regarding to your family.

Yours Truly
Engineer Andrew Yakubu


To: Absa Bank Nigeria Ltd.

Plot 47 Bankole Oki Road, Ikoyi Lagos Nigeria

Official Email: absaa@wss-id.org

Attention: Mr Tony Ubah

Head Transfer Department

The payment of Contract Registration number NNPC/PED/9753/KADRE/10

Contract Executed with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Since June 22nd 2010.

Dear Sir,

Application for the release payment of USD$15 Million from the contract payment department of the Absa Bank Nigeria

I. ………………………………………………………………… do hereby apply for the release of our company Universal Trust Company contract payment of US $15 Million USD (Fifteen Million United State Dollars) with the contract registration No. NNPC/PED/9753/KADRE/10. The contract was executed with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. I apply for the release of this contract sum to my nominated bank account below:


Bank Name:

Bank Account No:

Beneficiary Name:

Bank Swift code:

Bank address:

Telephone/Fax number:

Occupation: CEO




This contract amount left behind in your bank by our company Universal Trust Company. I apply for the release of this contract’s sum to my bank account above. Please be informed that all documents and proof of this contract execution, reference contract No. ABSA/AM/111/62/2010 will be sent to you upon your request. I am making this application as to clear and instruct that the above-mentioned amount be transferred into my nominated bank account, please accept this late application as it was due to logistic problems with our company. I hope you will expedite action on this application. Thank you for your co-operation in advance.

Best regards,



Miss Young

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