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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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Mrs
Op dinsdag 25 maart 23:41 2014 schreef tummy johnson < tummyjohnson1@yahoo.com > het volgende:
Hello Dearest.

I saw your response to my proposal and I want to use this opportunity to let you know that as you help me out of this predicament, my God will lift you above your equals. Like I said before I am from Guinea Bissau, but I came to Burkina Faso because of the maltreatment I was receiving from my step Mother who wanted to kill me so that she can inherit all that my late Father left for me.

Moreso, I was in my first year reading Sociology when my Father gave up the ghost, now when I got to the Eco Bank here in Burkina Faso to enquire of my inherited fund, the Foreign Remittance director told me that my Father left an instruction before his death that before I pick up the fund I must be up to 23years of age and with a foreigner who will stand as my trustee in the Bank. He actually gave this instruction because he felt that if I use anybody from my Country, the person might cheat on me and thereby render my life useless.

In the same vain, I tried to get somebody reliable who is trustworthy. In the pursuit of that, I decided to check through a database where I saw your email address and something tells me that you are the right person to deal with. I also have this confident that you will not cheat on me.

I am presently seeking hiding in a Christian Refugee camp called St John Missionary Camp, I do not want my step Mother to know where I am now, until the fund is transferred then I will come over to your Country to continue my education and invest in a lucrative business venture that will sustain me for the rest of my life. I also know that in the attempt to get this fund transferred, there must be expenses as a process in such transaction according to the Bank director. He said that the account has been dormant for years now and for that singular reason it must undergo some processing and reactivation before it can be transferred. I need your information below:

1. Full Name. . . . .

2. Occupation. . . .

3. Country. . . . . .

4. Marital Status. .

5. Phone Number…. . .

6. Age. . . . . . . .

7. Passport. . . . .

I hope you understand all I have explained to you? Please I want you to know that there is no risk in this fund transfer, all I need is your full trust and commitment to get me out of this condition and I promise that I will forever be indebted to you. I will give you 40% percent of the total sum. Remember that the fund will be transferred into your own nominated account as my trustee. Once I receive your information’s as stated above, I will send to you the application letter which you will fill and sent to the Bank immediately.

I wait to hear from you soon.

Your Friend

Miss Tummy Johnson Paul


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Miss Young

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