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: "walter lawrence" < vfwsobell@peaknet.net>
Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 12:45 PM
Subject: Can I trust you?

> Good day,
> My name is Mr. Lawrence Walker. I know quite well that some people might
> have contacted you for such help through one way or the other but along
> the line they failed you. I want to use this great opportunity to assure
> you that my proposal is genuine and for our mutual benefit.
> My proposal is to seek your indulgence and assistance on a fund transfer.
> The amount in the tune of 18.5 million dollars will be transferred into
> any account of your choice once you reply stating your interest. This
> money belongs to my late boss, Mr christain moore and he died on the 23rd
> of june 2000 in the Air france concorde plane crash enroute New york.
> I received a notice from HSBC bank stating that we should ask his next of
> kin to come forward and lay claim to a deposit in the deceased favour, the
> bank also reinterated that the deposit will remain open for claims till
> the end of this fiscal year before its reverted to the British government
> public treasury coffers. From the best of knowledge by boss doenst have
> any living relative and I dont want to lose this opportunity to make some
> money for myself.
> Three things permitted me to contact you for assistance. (1) My wife is
> suffering kidney failure and i need my share after this business to carry
> out her kidney surgery operation. (2) It is only a foreigner can claim
> this money as the depositor was also a foreigner like you too. (3)
> Finally, if we fail to claim this money, the bank will revert the deposit
> to the British government public treasury coffers and I would have lost a
> once in a lifetime opportunity to be rich. Out of the three mentions
> reason, my wife's life is too important to me more than the said money.
> Thus, for your indulgence and support, I propose an offer of 50% 50% to
> each other after the DEAL. I shall furnish you the full details and
> necessary procedures with which to claim the money into your bank account.
> All I need is for you to stand as the next of kin and claim the deposit
> from the bank. If you trustworthy and ready to help, contact me on my
> private email;walterlawrence@sealink.net
> Waiting your positive response.
> Mr. Lawrence walker.

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