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: fred zuma < zf_fredzuma@hotmail.com>
Sent: Friday, November 9, 2007 11:51:05 PM

MEDIA ACCOUNTANT ( B.com (Hon¬Ęs) M.sc)
TEL: 27-73-4724-255
FAX: 27-8666-24255
Email: dr.fredzuma@gmail.com

It is my pleasure to inform you of a transaction involving the transfer of Twelve Million United States Dollars (US$12M) to a foreign account for Safe keeping pending my arrival with my colleagues for sharing with you as the account owner.
I am a media-relations accountant with the South African Anglo-Gold Corporation in Johannesburg and this money originated from an over-invoiced contract executed for the co-operation some time ago. On completion and inspection of the contract, The payment voucher was approved and the money involved made available for the payment to the contractors. We are high profile officials therefore we are not liable to come for the claim of this money. We are looking for a competent and honest company or individual abroad whose particulars we will tender here in South Africa as one of the contractors that executed the projects for the collection of this money.
To effect this transfer, I therefore request the following: Your account number, The name of your bank, address, where this money will be transferred into and also your Fax and Telephone numbers for quick and confidential communication.
Upon due consideration, you were strongly and reliably recommended to us although we have not met before as to know the extent of your honesty, but based on the recommendation, I personally want to believe that you will not Sit on our money once finally into your account. It is on this note that I decided it proper to write you asking for your consent, permission and support to transfer this money into your account. You should not fear any risk because we have concluded arrangements to safeguard you in this transaction but at the same time we would not like you to publicize this transaction for our own safety. Therefore it requires a high level of secrecy, and confidence. Meanwhile this is the break down of the sharing modalities:
1.) 10% will be used to settle transference charges and legal protocols
2.) 30% will be given to you for using your account.
3.) 60% will belong to the originators of the fund
I shall expect an immediate reply from you if you are willing and capable to assist. Please note that all correspondence should be strictly through Phone and e-mail above.
Yours truly,

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