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: David Brown <mailto:dbrownassociates_uk@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2007 6:57 PM

RPA Consulting,
Nechells parkway
Birmingham, United Kingdom.


I am sorry for contacting you through this medium without a previous  notice,
I had to use this means of communication because it is an easier  way of
making contact with people around the world. My name is Barr. David Brown, a 
consultant in practice here in Birmingham United Kingdom. I had a friend/
client by name Mr. Johan , a contractor based in London now deceased. My
client lost his life alongside his wife and only child
in 2005 while on a visit to Sri Lanka. Prior to the Death of my Late Client,
He secured a contract of  US$12,500,000.00 million from the Kingdom of
Bahrain, following which he  received a 30% mobilization fee of US$3,750,000.
00 Million and successfully executed the contract, but the balance of US$8,
750,000.00 Million  contract payment was in the Process of being transferred
into his Account  which he submitted to the Bahrain Government when he lost
his life in the Tsunami Disaster.

Three Months after his sudden death, the Government effected the  transfer of
the balance of his Contract Funds into the account that my  deceased Client
has on his file with the Government. As his friend, personal  assistant and
his business consultant, I have been officially notified and instructed by the
bank where the money is currently deposited that I should provide and forward
the particulars of my deceased client's  next of kin so that the funds in his
account can be remitted into his  Next of Kin's account in accordance with the
Bahrain Laws.

However, as his personal assistance and close confidant, I want you to  know
that my late Client died intestate, i.e he died without leaving a  WILL and
all my efforts to locate any of his relatives whom I can  present to the Bank
has proved abortive. Therefore I am seeking for your consent to present you as
the relative/next of  kin and subsequently the beneficiary of the fund so that
the proceeds of this account valued at US$8,750,000.00 million can be paid to
you based on similarity of your name and that of my client.

I can assure you that this is a harmless opportunity and I can also assure you
that there won't be any breach of the law in the process as I am familiar with
the sequence and in control of the situation here. The bank has agreed to
effect transfer of funds on provision of my client's relation and this has to
be strictly on my recommendation thus my contact with you since you share the
same name with my deceased client. On receipt of a  positive response from
you, I will furnish you with details of the  transaction and also we shall
discuss your percentage before taking  further steps.Do get back to me with
the information below

Name infull.....
Telephone/Fax No.......

Awaiting your positive response

Barr.David Brown


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