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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From: joe@unitedirrigation.com
Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2014 23:52:46 -0700

{Director] Central Computing/Transfer Monitoring Unit
Debt Payment department,
Central Bank of Nigeria,
Tinubu square Lagos, Nigeria.
Attn: Beneficiary
Dear Sir,
I have decided to contact you directly after a serious thought because I do
not have anything against you, but your Nigerian partners.
I am the director of the central computer/monitoring unit of the central bank
of Nigeria. Sometime in the past, your Nigerian partners approached me through
a friend of mine and requested me to assist them to conclude a money transfer
deal. They gave me your name, company’s name and bank particulars and told me
to include them into our computer system in the central computer unit so that
it will appear as if you are one of the genuine beneficiaries that have been
cleared for payment.
According to them, they wanted to use this strategy to transfer a huge amount
of money, which they accumulated. And the money has been floating in the cbn
since then. The original beneficiary has been paid therefore they wanted to
use your account to transfer the inflated amount out of Nigeria. We agreed
that once i do this, they would give me us$100,000.00and another us$100,000.00
when i release the fund to your account. When they saw that I have done so and
your name has been approved and appeared among the list of those to be paid,
instead of giving me the agreed deposit, they started avoiding me and resorted
to threat. I immediately delete the transfer access code (T.A.C) and your
personal identification numbers (pin), which is only known to me due to my
position and duty.
They became angered the more when they saw that their threat did not work,
they started bribing other officials to get another approval to transfer the
money to you without success thereby going through the back doors. Is it not
funny that a contractor is being asked to pay one tax or the other?. I am 100%
responsible for the delay and obstructions because of their breach of
agreement. If you doubt what I have just told you, pay any amount they will
ask you to pay now, after a short time, they will come up with another reason
to pay again and it goes on and on. They are simply wicked and do not know
where their problem lies. Now, if you want us to work together and achieve
this goal, these are my conditions:
1. I will have 20% of the money because it is only the two of us left for now.
2. You will assist me to open an account in your country or any other suitable
place where I will pay in my own share.
3. As you have seen, it will be useless and more waste of money if you
continue with any other person, so it is better we agree with each other and
conclude the transaction with utmost secrecy.
If these conditions are acceptable to you, contact me as soon as possible
quoting your personal details/bank particulars to prove that you are the true
person, so that we will finalize. But if you are not interested, i advise you
to forget the fund as it will be transferred into the federal government of
Nigeria consolidated national reserve.
Kindly forward your details and you can contact me.
My private email mrchukwukadike10@gmail.com / icpcngr89@gmail.com
Best regards,
Miss Young

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