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: Barr James Eke <barrjameseke727@gmail.com>
> Subject: Complement of the day and how are you?.
> Date: Friday, November 7, 2014, 10:45 PM
> Hello My Dear,
> I wish to give you comprehensive details of this
> aspiration.
> Engr. Clifford Annick Young was my client who made the
> deposit of the
> $10.7 million with the bank. Engr. Clifford Annick Young
> was born in
> Tizi Ouzou, Algeria on the 12th April 1942. He lived and
> works in West
> Africa as expatriate in the field of oil exploration and
> services. I
> signed a contract of service with him as his fiduciary
> consultant
> since 2004. He genuinely acquired his wealth (money) from
> the
> government contract especially the last contract he
> performed for
> SHELL petroleum. My field of specialization in law is
> Estate
> Litigation and Financial law.
> Now, the reasons for contacting you is based on the fact
> that Engr.
> Clifford Annick Young, the depositor of the $10,700,000
> died
> intestate and the bank where this money was deposited has
> given me an
> instruction to present the next of kin of my client to claim
> the money
> or the account will be declared void and government will
> confiscate
> the money.
> Perhaps, you may not be related with Engr. Clifford Annick
> Young but
> irrespective of the fact that you have the same name
> (Young) it is
> an added advantage for us to salvage this opportunity. It is
> nothing
> to be worried about because I have the valid power of
> attorney at my
> disposal which justifies my contract with the late
> depositor, and with
> the power of attorney, I have the full legal right to
> introduce you to
> the bank and judicial authorities as the next of kin and
> rightful
> beneficiary of the money, to enable the bank to pay you the
> money and
> that was why the bank contacted me.
> The only thing we need to do is to get a justifiable
> document in your
> name at the judicial authority of this host country to prove
> that the
> money was wiled to you. We can obtain such document by
> special
> arrangement with the Judiciary chief.
> Once we obtain the specified document, we shall attach it
> with a
> letter of application and submit it to the bank for the
> transferring
> of the money to your designated bank account citing you as
> the legal
> beneficiary.
> These whole processes will take us less than 5 working days
> to
> complete entirety both the transferring of the speculated
> amount into
> your bank account if we can only speedup and avoid
> unnecessary delays.
> After the transferring of the accrued sum to your designated
> bank
> account, we shall split the money in 50-50 ratio.
> This business is legitimate and the money is free from any
> lien thus,
> we'll have no problem with any government or any law
> enforcement
> agency in any part of the world in as much as the money will
> be paid
> to you as will (inheritance)
> Please NOTE; if this proposal do not interest you or not
> capable of
> handling it, kindly delete it and forget about this offer
> because it's
> not a joke neither a child's play.
> I hope for long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation!
> Best regards,
> James Eke
Mr > From: Barr James Eke <barrjameseke727@gmail.com>
> Subject: Complement of the day and how are you?.
> Date: Friday, November 7, 2014, 11:38 PM
> Hello my dear ,
> Thanks for your response, i
> have attach my passport copy, lawyer
> certificate and me and my late client
> pictures.
> I will wait for
> your mutual coparation
> My
> regard to your family
> Barr.
> James Eke Esq..

James Eke
James Eke
James Eke
Miss Young

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