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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> De: "johnson kabila_208"
> <johnsonkabila_208@hotmail.com>
> A: johnsonkabila_208@hotmail.com
> Fecha: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 15:04:12 +0200
> TEL;27  83 402 3233
> johnsonkabila_206@hotmail.com
> ATTN :
> This letter may come to you as a surprise due to the
> fact that we have not
> yet met. The message could be strange but reel if
> you pay some attention to
> it. I could have notified you about it at least for
> the sake of your
> integrity. Please accept my sincere apologies.
> In bringing this message of good will to you, I have
> to say that I have no
> intentions of causing you any pains.
> I am Mr. JOHNSON   KABILA, the SON to late Laurent
> Kabila President of Congo
> DRC who was assassinated on the 16th of January 2001
> by one of his military
> aides. I managed to get your contact details through
> "The World Business
> Journal", a journal of the Johannesburg Chamber of
> Commerce in South Africa
> in the time I was desperately looking for a
> trustworthy person to assist
> me in this confidential business.
> On the 17th of May 1997, my late father,the
> President Laurent Kabila took
> over the power after toppling the previous dictator,
> the late President
> Mobutu Sese Seko. After officially taking over as
> Head of State on the 29th
> of May 1997, my late father, President Desire
> Laurent Kabila, a former rebel
> leader met with some Tutsi factions from the region
> of Goma, East of the
> country with the assistance Rwandese, Ugandan and
> Burundese forces.
> my late father, President Laurent Kabila made me in
> charge of purchasing
> armaments in the Republic of  South Africa for an
> amount of US$20.5 MILLIONS
> (Twenty  Millions Five Hundred Thousand United
> States Dollars) in cash. That
> amount of money was transferred in South Africa
> through diplomatic channels.
> After his death, being in Johannesburg, South
> Africa, I decided to keep
> that money for personal use. At present the money is
> kept in a Security
> Company in Johannesburg.
> I am currently and temporarily living in
> Johannesburg while waiting for the
> appeal lodged by lawyer on my behalf to the
> Department of Home Affairs, for
> my refugee status' application. I am having
> difficulty  getting the money
> out of South Africa because the South African
> monetary policy is not
> favorable to people like myself who have no
> permanent residence status.
> Moreover the political climate in South Africa at
> the moment being so
> sensitive and unstable, investing here would only
> limit my chances and
> reduce my opportunities.
> In acknowledgment of executive powers and the
> various business opportunities
> in your country, I am  requesting your assistance in
> helping me transfer
> this money in your personal or business account.
> After the transfer is
> accomplished, I will then follow you for subsequent
> investments there. For
> your assistance in this transaction, I offer you 20%
> of the total sum for
> compensation. And all other expenses you incur
> during this operation will be
> credited to you.
> If you need further details concerning this
> business, please do not hesitate
> to contact me. All documents concerning this
> transaction and money will be
> available to you on request I must then emphasize
> that this operation or
> transaction is highly confidential and is to be kept
> as such. If this
> proposal is of interest you, please provide me with
> private phone and fax
> numbers ,and you can call me on this my phone number
> for more details .
> Thank you,
> Yours faithfully

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