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 > Datum: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 02:35:19 +0200
> Von: katie Johnson Llyods Bank <katie.johnson.llyodsbanks.uk@gmail.com>
> I am Ms Katie Johnson the credit manager of Lloyds Bank Branch Office
> in London with a Correspondent bank located at Europe. I have a
> proposal to discuss about, a late family member fixed account with the
> bank, please contact me through my email if you are interested to know
> more.
> Regards,
> Ms Katie Johnson
Mr Betreff: Explanation/procedure
Datum: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 12:10:13 +0200
Von: katie Johnson Llyods Bank <katie.johnson.llyodsbanks.uk@gmail.com>

Your email reply of August 27th, 2014 was received with great,
thanks and its content noted. I am sorry for the late reply due to
official commitment and deliberation on your email with those
involved. first i want to explain the working details of this deal
before we can proceed.

Meetings have been held in respect of this financial transaction with
some bank senior officials, and we resolved to work or collaborate
with you to claim this fund as the rightful next of kin to our
deceased customer on the condition that you will not betray the trust
we are about to repose on you because this transaction demands in
totality truth, honesty and transparency in all facets by both parties
and any form of deceit either will tantamount to distrust and betrayal
of confidence as we are skeptical of circumvention. I want a firm
assurance from you that our share will be kept safe and intact.

In addition, an agreement has been reached to compensate you with 30%
of the total sum (GBP7.5 Million POUNDS STERLING) to be remitted into
your nominated
bank account for your assistance or participation.

Tentatively, the transaction is risk free as all arrangement has been
concluded to secure the necessary legal papers or permissible papers
to authenticate that you are truly the next of kin to our deceased
customer to ensuring hitch free transfer of the funds to your banking


At the end of every five (5) years Depository mandate of any bonded
depository account, if such an account is not claimed or renewed to
commence another tenure of additional (5) Five years, a 6 months
period of grace is granted to the account holder or its designated
beneficiary, a probate order of Mandamus is then issued to provide
such a beneficiary whereby he/she fails to do so at the end of its
expiration the funds; such funds will be quarantined and relegated to
the treasury.

This is about to happen to the said funds of the late customer and the
amount involved is GBP 7.5 Million , hence our proposed letter to you
for joint participation in order to actualize this deal.

Now to facilitate this project, we need the following information below:

(a). Full names
(b). Office or Home addresses for the preparation of the legal papers
(c). Office/Home/mobile numbers
(d). Occupation/status.
((e). Xerox copy of your Passport or Driver's license.

This information above will be used by the assigned attorney to secure
the relevant permissible or legal papers duly notarized at the High
Court to authenticate your claim if filed to our Bank Headquarters;
copies will be provided to you as well for your records. Once this has
been actualized the attorney will present the claims documents to the
appropriate quarters in the Bank and you will be contacted by the bank
within 48hrs accordingly.

I want you to please look at this opportunity as a good cause and
remove every form of fear in your mind because the whole process is
100% safe and you are guaranteed of your safety.

Respectfully yours,

Katie Johnson.
Miss Young

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