Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. A scammer often fails in making his victim pay him money. But he does not give up if he thinks it is still possible to convince the victim. He could try a new scam with hidden millions or a big lottery winning. Another approach is a compensation letter where he promises the victim a big sum as compensation. The compensation money does not exist, - it is simply the start of a new scam. The letter below is an example of such a letter.

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 3:04 PM

Dear Friend,

I am happy to inform you about my success in getting the fund transferred through the co-operation of a faithful partner from Solomon Island. Presently I am in El Salvador propagating my investment projects with my own share of the money.

Meanwhile didn't forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in perfecting the transaction. I have raised a duly signed and seal Certified International Cheque, to the tune of USD$950,000.00 (Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars Only) only in your name as Compensation to your dedication, humanity and contribution in the past.

Accept this token that comes from my heart. I will make time to visit you in the nearest future to share thesetestimonies with you in good faith.

You are required to contact reverend  jeffreykweku Email: rev_jeffreykweku@excite.com The clergy will advise you accordingly.

Sincerely Yours,
Rtd Captain Remornde Stiving.          

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