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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Betreff: The Funds

Datum: 2016-10-17T00:13:36+0200

Von: "UB CI" < ubci22@hotmail.com >

Dear Sir,
Assallamo Allaikum WaRahmatulahe WaBarkatuh.
Your name is perfect match. We will share the funds. The arrangement will surely be successful within no more than one week if you can follow my advice and instructions.
The funds entered our bank via further-credit from bank in Benin through CBN in West Africa. The man who organized the operation is friend of our Chairman. He stays in the West Africa. Our Chairman died last week.
The man had begged our Chairman to help him to keep the funds until when he will take back the funds. The funds belong to somebody in foreign country. Not his funds. I think maybe the real owner died so he decided to steal the funds.
Swift-Messages of EFT for the further-credit from bank in Benin through CBN show name of real owner. I searched the name in Internet. I discovered many names that look a little similar. But your own name is the same with name of real owner. The same spelling. No difference. I also discovered your email address so I decided to write to you without delay.
I know how to move the funds to your bank account. We will share 50/50. That is 50% for you and 50% for me. I will claim you are real owner of the funds because your names are the same. No risk. Nothing will happen to us or against us now or in the future.
Our Chairman died last week who was taking care of the funds for him. He cannot come to ask me about the funds because I did not do business with him. If he wants to know about the funds he has to go to cemetery where the Chairman was buried to ask graveyard of the Chairman. Not me.
You see the two email addresses. Write to me only through the two email addresses. I need quick response if you are interested to do the deal with me. You need to know importance of secrecy. I will find another person to do the business with me if you do not respond to me or respond too late.
Yours sincerely,
Ayman Elgammal
General Manager & CEO
United Bank for Commerce & Investment (UBCI)
UBCI Building, Gamhouria Street
Mansura District Tripoli Libya
Tel: +218 (021) 3345603,
+218 (021) 3345602
Fax: +218 (021) 3345601
Email: admin@ubci-libya.com
Website: www.ubci-libya.com

Miss Young

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