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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: lucy david <lucy_david_123@yahoo.com>
Sent: Monday, August 6, 2007 6:01:06 AM
Subject: I really thanks you for your caring and love.

Dearest One,
 
Again thanks for your prompt reply.
 
I want to thank you specially for your continued concern and the desire to help me out of my present predicaments.Mere words are certainly inadquate to fully express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to you,but I am persuaded that God himself who made it possible for me to come in contact with you shall perfect it.
 
Like i told you in last mail,that i will send to you the contact address of the bank,have it below and contact them on my behalf:
 
Coopec Bank
Abidjan,Cote d'Ivoire
West Africa.
Contact Person:Mr Fofana Ibrahim(Director International Remittance Department)
Telephone Number :0022506459692
Email:info_coopecbank_abidci@yahoo.fr
 
I have explain about you to One Mr Fofana Ibrahim he is their Director of International Remittance Department,I let him know that you will contact them at anytime from now.Now i want you to write the bank directly and ask any question you wish to ask in this regards. The bank director is a nice man and he is already expecting to hear from you-because I called him immediately I sent you my last mail.His name is Mr.Fofana Ibrahim.
 
I spoke with the bank director and he requested the following details:
1.Your full name & address
2.Your personal contact phone & fax
3.your bank details.
 
Honey, i want you to contact the bank on my behalf as my Fiance and the new beneficiary of the funds and ask them to tell you what to do. And also tell them that you will want the funds to transfer into your account, then you can asisst me to invest the money on a lucrative business in your country and also arrange for my coming to meet you over there to continue my education.
 
According to him,these were the necessary instrument to facilitate the smooth process of the onward transfer of the money to your account. He also said that he need to effect the change of beneficiary to reflect your name this he said will make it very easy.
 
Meanwhile,all the vital documents necessary documents regards the deposited of the funds are in place.Again I want to re-affirm that this is neither a stolen money or money laundary-it is my legitimate legal inheritance!
 
It is therefore my sincere and humble prayer that you send the required details to enable the bank commence on the process of the transfer.This is because the fund as you will understand was not originally deposited in my name,rather my late father made the deposit in his own name and used my name as next of kin. Death which give no signal before it strikes, occoured before my father could prepare a better "WILL" for me.
 
Finally,remember that as soon as the money is in your account,you will provide some money for my travelling expenses-this is very important!
 
Do all your best to assist me,because your labour will never be in vain!
 
Your's In Love,
Lucy Aminat.
lucy

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