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: guildhall_ceo@yahoo.com < guildhall_ceo@yahoo.com > ;
Subject: Equity
Sent: Wed, May 29, 2013 12:18:38 AM

Dear Friend, I am an investment advisory specialist with a known Caribbean bank. I also worked as a discretionary investment specialist with Ernest and Young in the United States before joining the bank. Part of my responsibility is to advise mega clients with customized investment opportunities through equity, fixed income, derivatives and innovative structured instruments that seek to meet specific investment opportunities. About a week ago, notice came that we had lost a very important client with very little details on what may have caused his sudden demise.I was shocked no doubt because i only recently assisted this very client who allocated $76m in a multi-asset class portfolio investment package. His records are yet to be entered in the system, because he delayed in completing the contractual agreement. This money is in an escrow facility in my branch, with very little record (remember it has not been entered into the system). I can simply confirm that the funds are yours and process an immediate remittance. On the contrary the funds will be processed for alternative investment by the bank, just a routine procedure when a client did not mention a beneficiary. Please help me to move the funds to a safe account, since it is not on records as yet. Your consent to assist with the safe account will prove worthwhile as time continues to tick by the seconds. I really want to achieve this within a few days. I will be more than willing to part with only 50% of the money while you get the rest %50. Please give it a thought and get back in touch to me so that we can get it done. I am a frequent flyer, so i will prepare to meet you under secure arrangements to discuss my own transfer once the money has been secured in your account. I really and truly want to trust you, while also believing that you will understand with me and give me your assistance. At this point all i will need to commence is your full names, address, contact telephone/fax, present occupation and designated banking details. If i receive your information now, i will start the beneficiary process for the transfer to take full course. I decided to leave the subject of this email as " EQUITY " , to disguise the contents because of the value of the transaction and the need for utmost confidentiality. Please email me urgently , so that we can establish a telephone contact to get things going. Best regards, Michael Hilton
Miss Young

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