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: Ebuka Nelson U < ebukanel@gmail.com >
Date: Wed, May 27, 2015 at 4:41 AM
To: Ebuka Nelson U < ebukanel@gmail.com >


27th May2015  




After a serious thought, I decided to reach you directly and personally today because I do not have anything against you, but your Nigerian partners. I am currently the Director, Foreign Operations Central Bank of Nigeria. Some time in the past your Nigerian partners approached me through a friend who works with one of the commercial bank here and requested that i assist them conclude a money transfer deal that involved you.
They gave me your details and told me to put them into our computer system as the Apex Bank so that it will appear as if you are one of the genuine owner/contractor/ beneficiary that have been cleared for payment. According to him, they wanted to use this strategy to transfer this huge amount of United States dollars to you. This money has been floating in the CBN since it is the only authorized bank to make transfer of such a huge sum of money out of the country.
We agreed that once I do this, they would give me US$50,000.00 and give me another US$20,000.00 when i release the fund to you. When they saw that I had perfected approval  to releasing this fund to you,  he became greedy and they started avoiding me and resorted to threats. I immediately deleted the transfer code of the fund from the electronic telegraphic system. I released others and leaving your own unpaid due to their attitudes.


When he saw that his threat did not work, he became angry the more and started bribing other officials to get another approval to transfer the money to you which has proved unsuccessful.All these happened during when i was working as director of Telex Department of this bank.  
I want you to know that this is why you have seen all the delay and obstructions because of their breach of agreement. If you doubt what I have just told you, pay any amount they may 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 deceivers.
Now if you want us to work together, these are my conditions.
I. I will have 20% of the money after transferring the fund to your bank account, because it is only the two of us that knows about this my letter.
Ii. You will assist my son to open an account in your country or any other place of my choice where you will pay in my own share after release of the fund is made to you.

Iii. As you can see, it will be useless and mere waste of time and money if you continue with any other person, so we will conclude this transaction with utmost secrecy and trust to each other.
Iv. Paying for the Comprehensive Screening with Office of the Governor CBN and Statutory charges owned to the government would be handled by both of us.
If these conditions are acceptable to you, contact me as soon as possible to let us finalize, so that I will send the only official document (ktt) to you, so that you will fill it out carefully and return same back to proceed. Do not reply me if you are not interested and capable to continue.
Best regards.

Dr  Ebuka Nelson U

Director, Foreign Operations

Central Bank of Nigeria

Miss Young

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