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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Von: wwww zzzz < z_wwww@yahoo.com >
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. Juli 2020 22:35
Betreff: Greetings,


I am delighted to write you this mail. Nowadays internet has been
highly abused. But i can assure you my claims are real and genuine. I
am Prince Rassaq Rasmane, a young African who is passionate about the
living standards of his people. I am contacting you on behalf of my
father, the king of my village by name HRH. king Abdoul Rasmane 11th of
Obokoma village, Bittuh west Africa, located around the border of
Ghana and the eastern part of Burkina Faso.

There is a British/American buyer who is a business man and a dealer
in African antiquities who initially expressed interest through his
agent who came to Africa in 2011 in buying some antiquities which are
our village heritage of 470 years old but only for the objection of
the village head.

Now, the concerned people in the village, e.g. the notables, the
elders and the villagers have spoken to the village king and a
willingness to dispose the antiquities for sale has been expressed.
This is to raise fund that will be realized from the sales for
community development and also to put in place some social amenities
like good hospitals, good schools, bridges and good roads that will
improve the living conditions of the people in the village.

Our village contacted the British buyer and he expressed his readiness
to make payment against these antiquities if it is shipped out of
Africa. He further briefed us that he does not want to come down to
Africa for any reason at the moment because he is so tight down now
with his businesses and also considering the issue of Corona virus.

He equally denied disclosing his buying price to us so long as the
antiquities are still in Africa. That if seller should get this
antiques out of Africa through a representative or facilitator he will
sign a business contract with him and buy from him, maybe visit his
country to confirm objects and pay. This is a 100% legal rare vintage
Artifacts that is worth millions of dollars in the international
market but we only ask for a reduced sum.

Sir, if you are interested we will forward you the address of the
British buyer and photographs of these antiquities so that you can
contact the buyer on our behalf and negotiate the price with him as
here in the village we don't have the opportunity to be exposed to
international market.

Once you have reached agreement with the buyer we shall begin
arrangements to immediately ship the three status collection Antiques
to you so that buyer may conclude the transaction with you. Once sold,
you are to deduct your 20% commission and transfer rest fund to us so
we can begin our community projects. We will take a lot of delight if
you treat this business with seriousness and give it an esteem
position. We await your prompt response regarding this issue.

Best regards,
Prince Rassaq Rasmane

Miss Young

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