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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> Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2015 12:54:02 +0000
> From: igwe_judge@gmail.com
> Dr Igwe Judge
> Dear,
> I am Dr. Igwe Judge a director in the project and planning department of
> the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), I head a seven man
> Tenders Board Committee in charge of contract award and Payment approvals.
> I came to know of you in my search for a reliable and reputable person to
> handle a very confidential transaction, which involves the transfer of a
> huge sum of money to a foreign account.
> There were series of contracts executed by a consortium of Multinationals
> in the oil industry in favour of the (NNPC) among which were;
> 1) The expansion of Pipeline network within Nigeria for crude oil and
> downstream products distribution and subsequent evacuation - US$2
> Billion.
> 2) Contract for Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) of various Refineries in
> the country.
> 3) The construction of Storage Tanks for Petroleum Product
> (Depots)-US$94 Million.
> The original value of of these contracts were deliberately over invoiced
> in the sum of Fifteen million, United States Dollars US$15,000,000.00)
> which has recently been approved and now ready to be transferred. However
> the companies that actually executed the aforementioned contract have been
> fully paid and the projects officially commissioned.
> Consequently, my colleagues and I are willing to transfer the total amount
> into your account for subsequent disbursement, since we as civil servants
> are prohibited by the Code of Conduct Bureau (Civil Service Laws) from
> opening and/or operating foreign accounts in our names.
> Needless to say, the trust reposed in you at this juncture is enormous. In
> return, we have agreed amongst ourselves to offer you 25% of the
> transferred sum, 5% shall be set aside for any incidental expenses during
> the course of this transaction, you will then be mandated to revert the
> balance to us in due course.
> You must however NOTE that this transaction is subject to the following
> terms and conditions; our conviction of your transparent honesty and
> diligence, that you must accord this transaction with utmost
> confidentiality and secrecy.
> Modalities have been worked out at the highest levels of the Ministry 0f
> Finance, Central Bank of Nigeria and the Presidential Task Force on
> Contract Payment for the immediate remittance of the funds within 10 - 14
> working days subject to your satisfaction of the above terms.
> Our assurance is that your role shall be totally risk free. To accord this
> transaction the legality it deserves, and for mutual security of funds,
> the whole procedures shall be legally processed with your name or any
> company you may nominate as the bonafide final beneficiary.
> Once more, I want you to understand that having put in over 20 years in
> the Civil Service of my country, I am very much averse to having my image
> and career dented. This matter should therefore be treated with utmost
> secrecy and urgency. Kindly expedite immediate action as we are well
> behind schedule to enable us include this transfer in the second batch of
> the 2015 fiscal year contract payments.
> Dr. Igwe Judge
Miss Young

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