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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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Mr From: James Douglas Ivory <j_ivory60@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013/7/14
Subject: re: project offer
To:

Dear Sir,

My name is James Douglas Ivory a practicing lawyer in UK, I have a
project proposition for you.

Please reach me immediately for detail.

Best regards,
James Douglas Ivory

jamesd.ivory@yahoo.com
 
Mr From: Ivory James <jamesd.ivory@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013/7/16
Subject: Attn:

Dear Sir,

Thanks for your response to my mail.

As indicated in my first missive My names is James D. Ivory, a
practicing lawyer here in the UK, I contacted you in order to seek
your candid collaboration in handling a business venture that I feel
would be mutually beneficial to you and I.

May I ask your permission to present you as a beneficiary to the will
of one of my trusted clients? My client and his whole family members
where involved in the Sharja air crash on the 25th of July 2004. Since
after this unfortunate incidence I have not been able to locate any
member of his family to be presented to his bank for claims of his
deposit as the law permits.

It is now about time the government of the United Kingdom convert the
money to hers. Succinctly put, the sum of �6.8 million (Six million
Eight Hundred Thousand pounds sterling) is involved in the venture.
You would be required to provide a suitable bank account to receive
this sum. Account required from you could be personal or corporate,
new or existing account. It does not matter the account balance in
such an account, but with an assurance that it can accommodate the
total fund mentioned without raising red flag in your country.

On receipt of your response in affirmation of your willingness to work
with me I will send to you full details and more information about
myself and the said funds for your better understanding.In your reply
to this mail, I would like to know if you possess the capability to
absorb this amount of fund in your personal or company's account
without problems. If you can, do indicate to enable further
deliberations.
.
You may wish to know the origin of this fund and how I intend to
manage the processes involved, ensuring that the fund gets to you
unhindered. I shall discuss with you further after I have read from
you, indicating your acceptance, capability and willingness to partner
with me to actualize the objective.

To enable me put in an official application as required, I would
require from you, your personal information including:

Your full names:
Address:
Telephone and fax numbers. :

For formal introduction, I am a Solicitor and a senior partner to
Ivory Chambers located in the United Kingdom. I am 52 years old,
married with 2 children. More information will be given as we progress
in the track of this relationship.I shall appreciate reading from you
and knowing some little information about you.

Best regards,
James Ivory
+44 703 5909 962
 
Mr From: Ivory James <ivory_james84@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013/7/16
Subject: Dear Sir,

Dear Sir,

As indicated in my first missive My names is James D. Ivory, a
practicing lawyer here in the UK, I contacted you in order to seek
your candid collaboration in handling a business venture that I feel
would be mutually beneficial to you and I.

May I ask your permission to present you as a beneficiary to the will
of one of my trusted clients? My client and his whole family members
where involved in the Sharja air crash on the 25th of July 2004. Since
after this unfortunate incidence I have not been able to locate any
member of his family to be presented to his bank for claims of his
deposit as the law permits.

It is now about time the government of the United Kingdom convert the
money to hers. Succinctly put, the sum of �6.8 million (Six million
Eight Hundred Thousand pounds sterling) is involved in the venture.
You would be required to provide a suitable bank account to receive
this sum. Account required from you could be personal or corporate,
new or existing account. It does not matter the account balance in
such an account, but with an assurance that it can accommodate the
total fund mentioned without raising red flag in your country.

On receipt of your response in affirmation of your willingness to work
with me I will send to you full details and more information about
myself and the said funds for your better understanding.In your reply
to this mail, I would like to know if you possess the capability to
absorb this amount of fund in your personal or company's account
without problems. If you can, do indicate to enable further
deliberations.
.
You may wish to know the origin of this fund and how I intend to
manage the processes involved, ensuring that the fund gets to you
unhindered. I shall discuss with you further after I have read from
you, indicating your acceptance, capability and willingness to partner
with me to actualize the objective.

To enable me put in an official application as required, I would
require from you, your personal information including:

Your full names:
Address:
Telephone and fax numbers. :

For formal introduction, I am a Solicitor and a senior partner to
Ivory Chambers located in the United Kingdom. I am 52 years old,
married with 2 children. More information will be given as we progress
in the track of this relationship.I shall appreciate reading from you
and knowing some little information about you.

Best regards,
James Ivory
+44 703 5909 962
 
     
Miss Young

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