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 On 18 May 2018 at 19:23, LEGAL PRACTITIONERS PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE <
> legalpractitionersprivilegesco @gmail.com <legalpractitionersprivilegesco@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
> > Sir,
> >
> > It is possible a legal action will be taken against you for submitting
> > a fake and fraudulent Certificate of Ownership with the intention to
> > deceive the Governor Central Bank of Nigeria to release such a huge
> > amount of fund to you, and you would have defrauded the Government of
> > Nigeria of such colossal amount of fund.
> >
> > You knew in your heart that you never executed any Contract for the
> > Government of Nigeria or any of its Ministries of Agencies, but you
> > went ahead to collaborate with your Nigerian Syndicate to submit the
> > fake Certificate of Ownership. If this Committee had not been careful
> > and observant, you and your Nigerian Partner(s) in crime would have
> > succeeded in stealing the fund from the Government Treasury. But now
> > no luck for you.
> >
> > I give you 48hours to explain you wanted to steal the fund that does
> > not belong to you. If you fail to give me a satisfactory explanation
> > and reply, I will proceed to handle your matter the way I think fit
> > and proper.
> >
> > Yours,
> >
> > Ahmed Gambo Saleh, Esq
> > Chief Registrar, Supreme Court/
> > Secretary, Legal Practitioners' Privileges Committee
> > Abuja Nigeria
Mr


On 19 May 2018 at 18:52, LEGAL PRACTITIONERS PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE < legalpractitionersprivilegesco@gmail.com > wrote:
Sir,

Your mails confirms to me that you actually collaborated with a
fraudulent Nigerian Partner and tried to deceive the Central Bank of
Nigeria to release US$million to you.

You are one of the persons who are giving Nigerian bad names all over
the place, and you think you will go free? No. You will be pursued
and prosecuted.

You are enemy of Nigeria for taking illegal way to receive your fund.

Yours,

Ahmed Gambo Saleh, Esq
Chief Registrar, Supreme Court/
Secretary, Legal Practitioners' Privileges Committee
Abuja Nigeria
Mr On 31 July 2018 at 22:01, LEGAL PRACTITIONERS PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE < legalpractitionersprivilegesco@gmail.com > wrote:
Sir,

We have considered all the different fraudulent documents which you
claimed were issued to you by Management of Central Bank of Nigeria.
They are not authentic Payment Documents from this bank. The fake
Documents and Certificates are not binding on Central Bank of Nigeria
to release your contract fund.

We have also considered your dealings with illegal and imposters who
claim to be Directors and staff of Central Bank of Nigeria. We advise
you that they are not bonafide staff of Central Bank of Nigeria. You
are dealing with them at your own risk.

We rely on Only one Document as approved by the Management of NNPC and
The Presidency, and that is the Certificate of Registration with
Contractors ' Registration Board of NNPC because NNPC is the Government
Agency that awarded the Contract to you. Also your payment is made
from the Account of NNPC in the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Apart from the Registration Certificate we are not demanding any other
Document or Certificate from you. If anybody, company or group is
demanding any other document, then know it is fraud and you should not
respond.

Be advised that the Federal High Court IV is now involved in your
transaction. We will henceforth take legal advise from the Court to
deal with your matter.

Yours faithfully,

Ahmed Gambo Saleh, Esq
Chief Registrar, Supreme Court/
Secretary, Legal Practitioners' Privileges Committee
Abuja Nigeria
   
Miss Young

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