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: Alan Edward < alanedwardchambers@gmail.com >
Subject: Re: Ghana National Petroleum Corp, (GNPC). 50MI 40/60%
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2016 14:47:43 -0700

From: Mr. Alan Edward
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, (GNPC)
Tel: +233-248 540578
Dear Mr. Peter
Like I explained from my proposal letter, I am a senior staff with Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, (GNPC) the funds weare about to move is an over-invoiced oil contract deal and due to our position in the company I and my colleague are theonly people that can submit the payment file of any contractor or oil business deal for payment before the funds can beprocessed and be paid out to the contractors.
There is a business deal that happened here about five months ago and this business is an oil deal and the contract amount is$50,000,000 but I and my colleague intentionally over-invoiced the contract amount to the tune of $80,000,000.00 and thecompany approved the payment and submitted the file for final transfer to the beneficiary of the deal. The actual amount forthe beneficiary of this oil deal is only $50m and I my colleague plans to move the other $30m which we over-invoiced to yourforeign bank account because there is no way we can receive the funds here locally because the main contractor of this dealis a foreigner too so using a foreign bank account for the transaction will make it easy for all of us.
We have perfected all the paperwork here and there will never be any kind of problem coming out of this transaction. All weneed to do right now is to attache your name to all the contract paper work but we can do this only when we have yourconfident and full assurance of your cooperation to avoid us regretting because once we attach your name to the contractpaper work the payment will be sealed and be submitted to the paying bank and cant be changed again.
The way we have prepared the payment on the contract paperwork is that the bank will wire $50m to the main contractbeneficiary account and wire the balance $30m to your own bank account and this will happen smoothly without any problem
because it was approved.
Here in Ghana National Petroleum Corporation billions of dollars contract are awarded every time so it is left for the smartworkers here to use their brain and make money without any problem. As soon as everything goes as planned and the fundswired to your bank account you will take 40% and I will have 60%; I hope this is a fair sharing?
Further instruction will be given to you as soon you reply me with your assurance that you will cooperate with us in thisbusiness and you will never betray our trust in you when the funds finally arrives your bank account. I want you to know thatwe must keep this transaction strictly confidential because of our status in the oil company. I will like you to send me acopy of your identification such as passport or drivers license copy so that we will know whom we are working with. also sendme your cell phone number for easy communication, Please also send me your full name, home address and your occupation because it is good to know everything about whom one is doing business of this nature with. I want you to view the attached file in this email and see a copy of mypassport so that you will know whom you are dealing with.
I never know how much this transaction will cost us upfront but whatever it maybe we will do our best and put heads together as partners and take care of it and see the transaction to asuccessful conclusion.
Mr. Alan Edward

Alan Edward
From: Alan Edward < alanedwardchambers@gmail.com >
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: Your Paument Approval
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2017 05:46:52 -0700

Attention Dear,
This is in regard to your outstanding payment. I am Mr. Alan Edward, the newly appointed Agent , International Monetary Fund (IMF), Legal
Affairs, Security and Investigation here in New Yor, USA. The Executive Arms of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) directed me to come down to New York to Investigate your fund and to make sure that we approve all outstanding debts.
This decision was taken based on the abnormality and inability of the Banks in Africa and United Kingdom to Release your fund into your bank
account; Whereby it was discovered that some officials of the bank were diverting foreign beneficiaries payment to another account of their choice
In view of this,during our investigation I found out that; an account was submitted to divert your fund to a Germany account. Below is the account
submitted and I want you to confirm if you are aware of the new development because we are about effecting payment to the account stated bellow today.
A/C No.: 367840545
Swift Code: 50050201
Finally, be informed that a payment instruction has been issued and forwarded to our paying bank in favor of the account above
without any further prejudice.But there is no way we can approve the fund to your account without you confirming if you have changed your account for your fund to be transfer to the Beneficiary: JOYCE CELESTIAL SHENANDOAH BANK ACCOUNT IN GERMANY.
Contact me immediately for further clarification to know if you have giving instruction to transfer your fund to the above account today. On behalf
of the entire management of International Monetary Fund (IMF), we are congratulating you in advance and if you fail to contact this office on
or before 48 hours from now then we will now wire the fund to the German account.
Kindly furnish me with your info.
1.full name,
2 address,
3.cell number
Thanks for your co-operation
Waiting for your urgent response
Yours faithfully,
Mr. Alan Edward
Phone: +1-518-660-6008.
Miss Young

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