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 > From: barr_johndim003@hotmail.com
> Subject: Immediate Response.................Miss Young
> Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 20:20:16 +0000
> Barrister Johndim, & Co
> Dear Miss Young,
> I am Barrister Johndim, a solicitor at law, personal attorney to Engr. J.P.
> Young, a national Of your country,who used to work as a contractor in
> Lome Togo. Here in after shall be referred to as my client. On the 30th of
> April 2003, my client, were involved in a car accident.
> All occupants of the vehicle unfortunately lost there lives. Since then I
> have made several enquiries here to locate any of my clients extended
> relatives, this has also proved unsuccessful. After these several
> unsuccessful attempts, I decided to search through with his name which
> motivated me to contact you, to locate any member of his family hence I
> contacted you.
> I have contacted you to assist in repartrating the fund valued at
> US$7,000.000.00.Million left behind by my client before it gets confisicated
> or declared unserviceable by the Finance (bank) where this huge amount
> were deposited.
> The said Financial Bank has issued me a notice to provide the next of kin or
> have his account confisicated within the next twenty one official working
> days Since I have been unsuccesfull in locating the relatives for over 2
> years now, I seek the consent to present you as the next of kin to the
> deceased since you have the same last name, so that the proceeds of this
> account can be paid to you.
> Therefore, on receipt of your positive response, we shall then discuss the
> sharing ratio and modalities for transfer.
> I have all necessary information and legal documents needed to back you up
> for claim.
> All I require from you is your honest cooperation to enable us see this
> transaction goes through and for more details.
> Best Regard
> Barrister Johndim, (ESQ)
> From: barr_johndim003@hotmail.com
> Subject: Details of this transaction.
> Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 09:57:35 +0000
> Dear Miss Young,
> Thank you for your response to my emailed message.I appreciate your
> understanding and consider it expedient to give you the details of this
> transaction. This transaction is legitimate and in essence it will undergo
> normal procedures as stipulated in the financial and allied matters act and
> all legal documents will be issued in your name. I contacted you because you
> share the same last name with Mr.Young(blessed memory)and so you can lay
> claims to this huge amount he left behind as his next of kin.
> You will be entitled to 35% of the total fund at the conclusion of the
> transaction,30% will be used to finish Mr.Young's charity project,while
> i will earn 35% of the fund for my participation in this transaction.
> Late Mr. John Patrick Young was born in 1944. He worked in the private
> sector as a consultant and contractor. He operated an account with REGIONAL
> SOLIDARITY BANK LOME TOGO until his death. He had a wife named Ann and a
> daughter named Nancy who died alongside with him in an auto accident on the
> 30th of April 2003.
> You must understand that in the finance industry,chances or opportunities
> like this are common but not heard. People put their monies in banks and
> some of these accounts are either coded or confidentially
> operated,therefore, when such people die what do you think that happens to
> these monies when nobody comes for their claims? Well, this is one of the
> numerous avenues good "free" monies are made within and amongst the
> officials. I did not mastermind my client's death and I did not operate or
> manage his account but i was his personal attorney so was privy to his
> transaction with the bank. I have in my possession the paperwork required
> for the claim.
> As soon as you indicate your interest to claim this fund, I will send the
> paperwork you will send to the bank for the claim.
> Please note that this transaction requires utmost trust,sincerity and
> confidentiality for its conclusion.
> You can reach me at the office on: +228-9305876 between 7hrs gmt to 18hrs
> gmt monday to friday.It is important that you send your telephone number to
> enhance our communication.
> I await your prompt reply.
> Best Regards,
> Barrister John Dim(ESQ)

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