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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On 2/27/15, Collins Morgan < sircollinstg@gmail.com > wrote:
> Dear Friend,
> I am Mr. Collins Morgan from GERMANY but I work as a Managing Director in a
> local Cocoa Company here in the Republic of Togo West Africa.
> I discovered that the Late Mr. Donald Alexandre Augusto, who was the
> former director of this Company died in 4th April 2011 in an Auto Car Crash
> with all his Family on his Way to the neighboring city here in Togo.
> He has a Private Foreign Account with a Bank here in Togo and the Money
> Deposited in the Account is a sum of ($2,500,000.00) Two Million Five
> Hundred thousand United States American Dollars, after I made several
> inquiries from the Bank about the Fund .
> The bank management informed me to provide the relative of our late
> director, Mr. Donald Alexandre Augusto, before they can transfer the Fund,
> but is a pity that he has no relative left behind they all died in a car
> accident in 2011.
> All I need from you is your full Co-operation Trust, Honesty and Sincerity,
> so that I can present you to the Bank as the next of kin/relative to our
> late former director, so that the Bank can release and transfer the Fund
> into your bank account in your Country
> Be rest assured that all the necessary documents to back you up for the
> claim will be provided, once the Fund is credited into your nominated bank
> account in your Country, I will instruct you on how to send me my own share
> to my Bank Account in Germany.
> Remember, the MONEY will be shared 50/50, which means 50% for me and 50%
> for you, I hope you agree with me ?
> If you have a skype account then please I would like us to meet me on skype
> for a proper identification of our selves so that we can see each other’s
> faces and then discuss very well, here is my Skype name (collinsmorg)
> please try to meet me on Skype for a proper conversation of this
> transaction and identification of my personality, but if you do not have a
> Skype account then please you can decide whether or not to create it.
> Once you declare you full interest I will give you the bank’s contact for
> you
> to contact the bank, so that the bank will proceed with you.
> Thank you for your Co-operation
> I will be waiting to hear from you soon
> Regards
> Collins Morgan
> sircollinstg@gmail.com
From: Collins Morgan < sircollinstg@gmail.com >
Date: Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: i have an urgent message to discuss with you kindly get back to me for the full details

Hello you got my last message?kindly declare your full interest.
Miss Young

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