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: ndebele lucas <lucasndebele04@hotmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 11:23 AM
Subject: From:Mr. Lucas Ndebele

Mr. Lucas Ndebele
Johannesburg, South Africa. 
Tel:+27 73 476 9940
Send your reply to this Email: directorlicasndebele@myway.com


 My dear:Sir/Madam

                        TRANSFER OF USD, 25.5 MILLION FOR INVESTMENT.

May I have the pleasure of introducing myself, I am Mr. Lucas Ndebele, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION in South Africa, Department of Labuor and Land Affairs. I got your contact information from an International Directory on Lawyer and Tax Advisors in my request to find a reliable and trustworthy person in whom I can repose confidence for Colossal International Money Transfer.My aim of sending this Business Proposal to you is to solicit for your assistance and co-operation to transfer some huge amount of money into your designated account overseas.
 Therefore, this communication should be held in high confidence. My colleague and I in the Department of Labuor and Land Affairs wish to transfer into a safe and secure account overseas, the sum of US$25.5 Million (Twenty Five Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars). This money is over-invoiced amount from contract we awarded to foreign contractors who have been duly paid on completion of their various contracts. This money right now is in a coded account in the Reserve Bank of South Africa.

However, by virtue of our position as civil servants, we cannot acquire this money in our names or the names of companies here in South Africa. I was therefore asked by my colleagues on trust and sincerity to look for a reliable international business partner abroad into whose account the sum of USD, 25.5 Million (Twenty Five Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) will be transferred into. We have agreed on the following sharing ratio if you accept our proposal.

(1). 70% (Seventy Percent) for us.(2). 25% (Twenty Five Percent) for you the account owner.(3). 5% {Five Percent} for any expenses incurred in the process.My choice of you in this transaction is basically hanged on your field and profession as a business idealist hence this business proposal. If you are interested in this deal, we will require the following from you in order to effect transfer of the money:Your private/company’s names, address phones and fax numbers. 2 Your banks name, address, phone and fax number and your account number where the money will be executed, and then file the letter of claims apply for payments to your company. For avoidance of doubt,
all documents will be backdated if need be.
Please be informed that we shall commence processing of claims of payments to you once we are in receipt of the information required from you, and the money will get into your account within (fourteen) working days by best means of transfer. Note that this transaction is 100% risk free.Do acknowledge the receipt of this letter through send me a return mail indicating your interest. Do not hesitate to ask any questions in respect of this business proposal. Note. We have made arrangement for the smooth transaction .

Thanks as I await for your immediately.

Best regards,

Mr. Lucas Ndebele.

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