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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 Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 1:35 am, Mr. Mike Boundsel
< Boundsel00@t-online.de > wrote:
FROM THE DESK OF
DIRECTOR, FUNDS COORDINATOR
FINANCE/CONTRACT DEPARTMENT OF
AUSTRALIAN MINING COMPANY
RE: CONTRACT NO: AUMC/PED/401/2013
Although this mail might come to you as a surprise, since it is from someone you do not know or seen before, but base upon recommendation I gathered about your person, I had to contact you for your assistance to transfer fund into your account.
I am the Director, Funds Coordinator of the Finance/Contract Department of the Australian mining company and we take care of mining and oil and gas. My office is also saddled with the responsibility of screening, categorization and prioritization of projects embarked upon by Australian mining company, as well as feasibility studies for selected projects and supervising the projects consultants involved. A breakdown of the fiscal expenditure by this office as at the end of the fourth fiscal quarter of 2014 indicates that the Australian mining company paid out a whooping sum of US$936M (Nine Hundred and Thirty Six Million, United States Dollars) to
successful contract beneficiaries. The Australian mining company is now compiling beneficiaries to be paid at the last fiscal quarter of 2016.
The crux of this letter is that the finance/contract department of the Australian mining company deliberately over-inflated the contract value of the various contracts awarded. In the course of disbursement, this department has been able to track down the sum of US$100M (One Hundred Million, U.S. Dollars) as the over-invoiced sum. This money is now lying and floating in the Australian mining company domiciliary account with the Reserve Bank of Australia (RVB). My colleagues and I want to quickly transfer this fund to a safe nominate foreign account for possible investment abroad; this is the reason why I contacted you.
We are not allowed as a matter of government policy to operate any Foreign account because of our status as civil/public servants. Hence the need to solicit for your full Banking details to enable us Transfer this money into your account on Swift Code.We have also evolved a sharing formula as follows: -
(1) 30% for the foreign account owner (2) 60% for l and my colleagues (3) 10% will be set aside to defray all incidental expenses both locally and internationally during the course of this transaction.
Furthermore, we shall be coming over to your country when the money is finally in your account and we shall be relying on your advice as regards to investment of our share. Be informed that, this business is genuine and 100% safe considering the high-powered government officials involved.
Send by Email attached the following information:-
(1) YOUR COMPANY NAME AND ADDRESS, BANK NAME, ADDRESS AND ACCOUNT NUMBER
(2)YOUR TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBER FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION.
This is to affect the Swift Transfer of this fund into your account in less than Seven (7) working days.
Please reply immediately through my email address;
While looking forward to a healthy business relationship with you,
please treat this transaction confidential.
Sincerely,
Mr. Mike Boundsel
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Miss Young

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