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: georsek1@gmail.com
Sent: 5/31/2014 2:54:58 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time
Subj: Sorry For My Late Response

I received your response, I am careful in giving out this information for security reasons and to avoid talking to the wrong person. As I told you I work with Barclays Bank, Ghana Branch, though I was at Kumasi Branch, but was transferred newly to Accra Central Branch as the Assistant Head of Operations.

While going through some data in the office I noticed an unsuccessful transaction attached to this name with the following details.

Amount: USD$5.5 Million
Reference No: BK/GH76465/TT/13
Purpose of Payment: Winning / Inheritance Fund
Approval No. GHTMOF-45673/ACC
Customer Email:
From record it seems a payment due to you via our Bank, what I could not understand is if this is a complete or part payment.

From my findings also, there has been attempts to transfer this fund either by you or someone else, unfortunately the person could not succeed due to misinformation on the transaction file.

I also have discovered that my Boss in the Office is intending to divert this fund to his personal account in Zurich Switzerland, which is illegal, since he believes that the beneficiary has lost interest and is probably not coming back for the payment. It was when I discovered this that I decided to contact the via the email address I saw as under the beneficiary's name. The Good-news here is that Ministry of Finance here in Ghana has giving the Final Approval to pay out this contract fund to you as the beneficiary 1 months ago, am sure you don’t know.

I am 43 years, I have 3 kids, I do not want to sit back and watch my boss transfer this fund to his personal account when I am 100% sure he is not the beneficiary. Also, what I found difficult to understand is who was handling this transaction previously in your name, because the person made so many mistakes, which I will do my best to correct

as an insider. it was due to this mistakes that the person abandoned this transaction uncompleted till date.

I just have an information to give you, which will help you secure this payment into your country without any stress or hitch if only you can keep to my instructions.

(1) I will not want any body within our office to know I am the person who is giving you this information thereby assisting you in this transaction with the right information.

(2) That you will be willing to compensate me greatly after the fund is credited into your account.

(3) That you will cease every further communication with anybodyregarding this issue to avoid complications as there might be attempts to distract you from the truth by my Boss directly or indirectly .

Listen, I will not be a party to take what does not belong to me, I will rather be more happier with anything you give me as an appreciation after the transaction is concluded. I am willing to help you secure this transaction with the above conditions.

I will be willing to assist you in any way I can to make sure the fund is transferred to your country within the next few days.

Get back to me ASAP for further guidelines. Also do well to leave your phone number so that I can call you incase of further explanations.

George Sekyei

Miss Young

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