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 Subject: help. Will you be of help?
From: Sharon Lee < sharon1@ymail.com >

Dear Friend,
I am alady, born in Reisterstown Rd, Reisterstown Maryland USA. Am mixed race, my dad a British while my mom an Asian and am the only kid of my folks. My parents died 3years ago in a fire outbreak in my dad's factory in Enfield road in London. Have not been married but I’ve been into so many relationships, which has failed and in which I was cheated. The problem I am into now was caused by my last EX-date.
I am out of the States now and I will like to discuss what brought me here from the United States. Before coming here, I registered to search a date on a dating site www.match.com where I met an African guy who proved that he loves and wants me. We talked for 1 month and some weeks. The African guy convinced me to come down and live with him pretending to Love me,I travelled down to Africa and while I was coming, the African guy told me to come with enough money for investment and I even went to the extent of selling my inherited house because I wanted to leave the States.
I came in here with a total sum of four million, five hundred dollars with all the money I've gotten from my Dad's business and sales of some properties, because the African guy told me of an idea to invest in oil firms here. When I got here, he made all possible means to get the money from me and get away with it. Then when I noticed this, I took the money and my travelling boxes and deposited it with a Asia Security/Insurance Company here in Africa in order to safe myself and my assets. I told them that the two boxes are my travelling luggage, which I want to send forth to your country because I’m returning home, then I paid them up their custody and security fee, but I did not tell them that the boxes contain money in order to make everything secure and safe.
Thereafter I left the guy's apartment to a hotel where I am in right now and which I am communicating with you now.Now, I'm in need of your help, have gotten enough money to run myself when I get to your country, I want to come over to your end and we can start a new life together with all the money, I don't want to live here anymore, you know I'm a foreigner here and it is dangerous for me here, so that is why I need your gesture assistance.
How I want you to help me? I want the boxes sent to you while I catch up with you as soon as it is been delivered to you and we can start a business with the money or if you need me to offer you percentage, then tell me. Every arrangement for the delivery is perfect, I have obtained customs papers for private freight and there are seals on the boxes showing that it is a private delivery and check performed, it is free from customs checks, it will be delivered at your door step by the diplomats of the security company, you do not need to burn out to receive it. And the boxes have security codes lock known to me only,so it is secured, except if I tell anyone the Code, so the Boxes cannot be opened on its delivery.
I am counting on your trust and hoping to hear and meet you in person. Let me hear you as soon as possible, so that I can give you the deposit details and the contact of the security company to arrange the shipment ASAP. And when the boxes get to you, kindly send me some money for my flight bill and hotel bills so that I can meet you over there for sharing or to start a business with the money. I will wait for your response if you would be of help. Will you be of help?
Sincerely yours,
Sharon Lee
Miss Young

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