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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Mr > From: Frank Andrew <frank.andrew880@gmail.com>
> Subject: Hello
> Date: Friday, October 31, 2014, 9:53 PM
> As I introduced myself in my first message, My
> name is Frank Andrews, consultant and solicitor at Andrews
> & Kurth LLP Law Firm United Kingdom.
> I am contacting you on the intent of a client of
> mine late Mr. Michael �Young �a citizen of your country.
> Mr. Michael �Young �was my client for 18 years before his
> untimely death in a car accident that involved the wife and
> their only son.
> Before the ugly incident, Mr. Michael �Young
> �was about establishing a Telecommunication Company in
> Ghana. I was his Personal Attorney and confident in all the
> transactions till his death.� Ghana is a
> developing country and investors are investing in Oil, Gold
> and Telecommunication. For the project, he made a time
> deposit of (SIX MILLION EURO) with a Bank in Ghana, but he
> could not finalized the transaction due to death. I have all
> the original documents of his house in London and the
> original documents of the deposited money in Accra,
> Ghana.
> The agreement we had with his Bank states that:
> If he (the depositor) is not alive, his son who is the next
> of kin have the legal right to withdraw the money and if non
> is available that I his personal Attorney have the legal
> right to appoint his relatives for the withdrawal of the
> deposited money. I have the legal power to present a new
> beneficiary or any of his extended family members to
> withdraw the said money. This is the reason why I contacted
> you because you have the same last name with my late client
> and you are also�from the same country with him.
> The agreement and every other necessary documents are with
> me.
> As a result of his death, the bank started
> contacting me following the termination of the time deposit
> agreement. They mandated me to direct them to the relatives
> of my decease client for the claim of his fund in their Bank
> Vault. All my efforts since 2007 to trace his family back to
> your country failed till I decided to trace his family name
> (surname) and I got your contact.
> Because of your surname identity and nationality
> which is the same with Mr. Michael �Young . For this
> reason, I want to present you to the bank for the claim of
> the fund in their bank to avoid the fund being confiscated
> by the bank. I have no doubt that Late Mr. Michael �Young
> �was your relative either directly or by linage which you
> may not know due to his long stay here in the United
> Kingdom. So I need you to send me your letter of acceptance
> to proceed and stand as the beneficiary next of kin for the
> claim of the inheritance.In your acceptance letter, provide
> me.
> � � 1) Full name� � 2)
> Address� � 3) Phone number� � 4)
> Age�� � 5) Occupation� � 6)
> Marital status
> Respectfully.
> Mr.Frank Andrews � (Special
> Counsel)�Andrews Kurth�LLP Level 16,
> City�Tower 40 Basinghall�Street
> London EC2V5DE,�England�Phone:
> 447746808117Fax: 447746808117
Miss Young

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