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 From: MR. DAVID IWETA <iweta@netvigator.com>
Date: 2015-01-18 23:08 GMT+01:00

Dear Sir, Kindly contact me urgently on


to hear details of this secret plot to steal your funds from our

Some rich and highly influential Saudi businessman wants to steal your
contract inheritance funds. It is not actually his fault because some
officials told him you are dead, so he is pushing the process as your
heir (next-of-kin) with wrong believes. I am revealing this to you
because I think it is not right what they are doing to you, and you
should not be oppressed by the supper rich and the highly connected.

I will give you more details upon your response; that is if you will
permit me to direct you on how best to approach this situation. This
hijack has eventually turned to your favor because you are not likely
going to pay any more fees as the imposter has already paid all the
processing charges and is now awaiting Foreign Exchange approval for
the fund release which is now being delayed due to National revenue
drop caused by the dwindling Crude oil prize which is the major source
of the country’s revenue. Upon your response I will give you the
official website and links to the Saudi Billionaire so you can contact
him directly and tell him the truth that you are not dead. I assume he
should be a true Muslim, and I strongly believe that he will hands off
your claim once he realizes that you are not dead because the Muslim
faith detests earning money through fraud, cheating and sampling on
the downtrodden.


In Miercuri, 24 Iunie 2015 14:32:17, DAVID OKPAKP IWETA < dmoitprofiweta1@gmail.com > a scris:

David Okpako Iweta,
Special Advise to the President
on Foreign Payment Matters,
Abuja-FCT, Nigeria.

Dear Sir,

Kindly treat this message with utmost urgency. My conscience has continued to disturb me for allowing you to struggle over your transaction without directing your path.

I am contacting you with regards to your fund which has since been approved by the IMF and the World Bank, but now awaiting final release through the Finance Minister Dr. Mrs. Okonjo Iwuala. I have observed your efforts within the past few years towards consummating this transaction, but some unnecessary bureaucratic and cross border financial regulations has been hampering the smooth release of same funds to you. I have an IT solution that will end this struggle and see your fund retrieved and punched into your account within the next {7} days. Make sure you do not doubt this. Please STOP further moves along the direction you are going to avoid further loss of funds. You may not like what I am saying but the truth is that no matter the distance anybody covers in a wrong journey he cannot continue with it.

I have equally observed the wonderful efforts been put into this by Dr. Mrs. Okonjo Iwuala; he has actually done much to ensure the official and quick release of your funds. However, you do not need to be too official to achieve success in this part of the world. You need the right connections which brings you to transact with those within the corridors of powers so that some concession can be granted you. Kindly advise Dr. Mrs. Okonjo Iwuala on her private e-mail address { financemnister022@gmail.com } to contact me through or on my direct telephone number +234-8068268955 so we can schedule a meeting where I would properly guide her through the easy and best route to getting your funds released very swiftly.

Please be advised to take this message very serious and follow the instructions therein. I await your response.



Miss Young

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