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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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Mr From: <seifs@uci.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 6:34 PM
To: "undisclosed-recipients:"
Subject: FROM MR COLE

>
> Good day.
>
> My name is Mr. Philip Cole from the federal republic of Nigeria please my
> dear I am in need of your help financially of a sum of $20,000 to enable
> me pay for my commitment fee to the central bank of Nigeria so that they
> can releases a sum of $17,million international bank draft on my behalf
> which I have work for over 15, years now as my contract payment.
>
> My dear I have spent all I had my money, my house, I lose everything I had
> to make up a sum of $2,million before the present Nigeria government could
> be able to release this my $17,million international bank draft under my
> contract payment right now I have nothing left with me I don't even have
> $1 to support my self that is why I contacted you so that you can help me
> out financially.
>
> I promise that this $17,million international bank draft will be furnish
> and sent on your behalf by the central bank of Nigeria diplomat if only
> you can help me pay this fee and I also promise to invest the whole money
> on your behalf on a lucrative business in your country, please you are
> only my hope right now please don't turn me down.
>
> Please bear in mind that if you are interested in this transaction you are
> going to keep this a top secret and confidential between you and me
> because of some security reason here and there because I can not afford to
> lose this money in the hand of any body you should bear in mind that we
> are talking about $17,million here is too much money so make sure that
> know one get to know about this Transaction even you best friend most not
> hear about this I beg you of that.
>
> And I most let you know that this $17,million international bank draft
> will be delivered to you by the central bank diplomat to your door step
> and the international bank draft will be cashable with the next 3 working
> days by the central bank of Nigeria diplomat in your country so everything
> will be taking care of by the central bank of Nigeria diplomat in your
> country so you have nothing to worry about over there as soon as the sum
> of $20,000 is been paid for the commitment fee.
>
> Right now I will like you to furnish me with your full name, and your home
> address were the central bank of Nigeria diplomat will arrive with the
> international bank draft, your nearest airport, your phone number and fax
> if any, and a scan copy of your international passport, with your driven
> license I am waiting to hear from you and bear in mind that we don't have
> much time left I am waiting to hear from you.
>
> but please make sure that you get back to me along with your
> 1, your full name
> 2, your phone number and fax if any
> 3, your home address
> 4, a copy of your international passport,
> 5, your driven license
> 6, your banking details
> 7, your occupation
>
> Thanks from
> Philip Cole
>
>
>

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