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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On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 3:29 AM, Dr. Philip Ajayi < andre@cocohalley.com.br> wrote:


We are sending you this message today to confirm if truly you sent one Mr.
Sadiq Ahmad, a Malaysian citizen as a representative to receive your
Inheritance/Contract payment due to be paid to your person. The said Sadiq
Ahmad claimed that he represents your interest in the fund and that you have
given him a Power of Attorney to claim the fund on your behalf, as he claimed
that you are lying in your sick bed and about dying.

According to the law of our country guiding this kind of payment, we
decided to
send you this message to confirm from you if you are dead or alive and has
authorized this person to claim the fund on your behalf. This is the issue we
wanted you to clarify.
Please if this claim by this man is wrong, kindly revert back to us
quickly to
avoid wrongful transfer of your fund to a wrong person.

Yours faithfully,

Dr. Philip Ajayi.

Mr On Sun, 12/7/14, Mr. David <andre@cocohalley.com.br>
> wrote:
> Subject: Respond ASAP
> To:
> Date: Sunday, December 7, 2014, 10:27 PM
> � Hello,
> Please this is very urgent. I have not
> heard back from you after I sent you my
> earlier message. I want us to partner in a business
> � venture and this was
> contained in the first message I sent you.
> Kindly reply me today for details.
> �
> � David
Mr > On Thu, 12/11/14, Mr. David <addammsd742@yahoo.co.uk>
> wrote:
> Subject: Re: Respond ASAP
> Date: Thursday, December 11, 2014, 1:17 PM
> Dear Sir,
> Thanks for your response. My name is David
> Adams. I write you
> regarding a business venture which I would like
> you to partner with me so
> that we can make the investment in your country.
> There is a certain amount of money I wanted to
> bring into your country for
> investment. This fund was realized from a
> contract that was awarded by
> my Ministry and which I happens to have
> supervised. I and one of my
> colleagues decided to add up some amount of
> money into the main amount
> of the contract awarded to an American
> construction company.
> The total money we were able to add to the actual
> contract value was US$18.650m.
> When the contract was completed, the main
> contractor was paid his full
> money, but this money we added is what we want
> to bring into your country for investment with your own help.
> Now we contacted you because we needed a business person like you to move out
> this fund from our country
> to your own country. If we did not engage your
> partnership, there is no way
> we can have access to the fund because we
> have already stated that the money belongs
> to a "Sub-contractor", and the fund is lying in government account
> awaiting to be paid out to the "Sub-contractor". So we want to bring you in as the "Sub-contractor" so
> that this US$18.650m can be paid to you. We
> will get every documents
> that will serve as proof of the claim and facilitate easy
> transfer of the fund to your account.
> So if you agree to work with
> us, then we shall proceed and
> finalize this transaction within 7 working days.
> I shall wait to hear from you.
> David.
Mr > From: Mr. David <adammmsd742@yahoo.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: Respond ASAP
> Date: Friday, December 12, 2014, 4:09 PM
> Sir,
> I received your message and
> noted your willingness to proceed further in this project.
> At this juncture, we have to proceed to the main issue which
> is procuring the necessary contract documents that proves and shows that
> a contract was sub-contracted to you and which will establish you as�
> sub-contractor who executed this work and is due to receive
> the deposited fund.
> Like I earlier said, I will hire the services of a reputable
> attorney here who will procure all these necessary documents. Upon his
> completion of the documentation process, I will send you photocopies of it
> which you will print out and keep for record purposes and to tender to your
> bank as proof of your ownership of the fund and to show also the
> source of the fund once it hits your account.
> What I will require you to do now is to send me your full names
> or name of company (to be used as the beneficiary), your current
> receiving address, a scanned copy of any of your identification, e.g
> Driver's License or International passport and present occupation.
> Once I receive this info, I will submit them to the lawyer who
> will be doing the paper work. The info will help him make application to
> various ministries for the issuance of the necessary documents as
> all documents will be procured in your favour and will bear your full
> data.
> Kindly include your direct telephone number where I can reach you
> easily.
> Regards,
> David.
> Tel: +2348063906439
Miss Young

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