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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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From: richardgrant1 <mailto:richardgrant1@poczta.pf.pl>
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 3:29 AM
Subject: CAN I TRUST YOU ON THIS? CONTACT ME URGENTLY


Esteemed Greetings,

I request to discuss this matter with you privately. Honestly, I
 believe your decision or advice in this information that I will explain to
 you could change my financial status and yours positively.

In view of the fact that you share the same surname, foreign background
 with our late customer, who lost his life during the Katrina
 Hurricane. I therefore see it as an opportunity to present you as his relation
 to enable the deposits in his bank account released to you.

I am his account officer at Bank of Scotland London (UK)  where his
 fund was deposited. My name is Richard Grant. I got your contact from Net
 Detectives ( www.netdetective.net ) in my private search for a genuine
 person to stand in as his relation. Presently, his account has accrued
 so much interest since 2001, while the current balance in his account
 is about Nine Million Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars.

This reason alone is why I contacted you, to claim the deposits and
 interest from his account with your help because the deposits cannot be
 released without the help of a foreigner from the United States.

 I contacted you for two reasons. Firstly, you both come from the same
 country and share the same surname, which makes the claim most
 credible.

Secondly, as his consultant and personal Account Officer, I have been
 officially notified and instructed by the bank to provide and forward
 the particulars of the deceased 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 and close confidant, I want you to know that
 our late customer died interstate, 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

 I strongly believe that Bank of Scotland does not deserve to inherit
 the funds.

These reasons led to my resolve to claim the funds, which was why I
 contacted you. With your permission, I will proceed to establish you as
 the next of kin by providing the necessary document that will allow the
 bank to release the deposits to you as his relation.

Afterwards, we shall together share the proceeds from this transaction.
 Let me know your decision in this issue, because your response to this
 proposal will make me give you further information to proceed with the
 initial step in this transaction.

If you find yourself able to work with me, Kindly send me your response
 to my private email  address richygrant777@yahoo.co.uk

The entire project is expected to last for about six working days.

Best Regards,
Ricahrd Grant.

 

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