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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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--- "william_prince02@yahoo.com"
<rzmails@indiatimes.com> wrote:

> A LETTER OF COMPENSATION FROM THE CENTRAL BANK OF
> NIGIERIA
> TINUBU SQUARE
> LAGOS NIGERIA
>
> Dear Good Citizen,
>
> We are very much aware of the numerous numbers of
> scam going on in the internet, mostly from this
> great country Nigeria. In the past years of our
> democratic dispensation, this country has acquired
> dept relieve from international communities/ bodies
> such as the PARIS CLUB OF CREDITORS, INTERNATIONAL
> MONETARY FUND ( I.M.F), THE WORLD BANK and the
> Government of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
>
> For this reason, the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA and the
> FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA and THE NEW PRESIDENT
> OF NIGERIA has decided to compensate all persons who
> have in one way or the order fall victim of the
> Nigerian scam. Mostly the Good Citizens of
> America,India and environs, with $400,000 each. This
> is sited at helping out those who has undergone much
> troubles in their lives by borrowing money to
> finance the scam thinking it was a Good deal.
>
> Note that this applies to only those person who has
> been scammed and have full proves to show for it. We
> ask you to fill free to contact the head of  the
> committee,BARRISTER ROMMY EJOO
>
> HEAD OF COMPENSATION FOR SCAM VICTIMS,
> FEDERAL BUILDING ABUJA
> EMAIL: barrister_rommy_ejoo@yahoo.com
>
> We hope that you find it in your heart to forgive
> the Name NIGERIA, as most people would not want to
> hear nor have anything to do with the  name or any
> person from Nigeria. Also we want to use this means
> as a way of telling you that Nigeria is not a bad
> place as most people speculate rather Nigeria is
> hospitable place for everybody both black and white.
>
>
> Dr Prince William
>
> PUBLICITY ANNOUNCER
> CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
>
>
>
>
> The sender pusy_imsu of this email has accessed your
> resume on timesjobs.com. Please note that there is
> no charge for registering on Timesjobs.com. Products
> for which charges are payable are clearly indicated
> on the site. It is the sole responsibility of the
> candidate to verify the content of the mails sent by
> the employers/recruiters. Further, you are advised
> to make appropriate/thorough enquiries before acting
> upon any unsolicited mail that you may receive from
> any individual/firm/company, asking for advance
> payment for any service that they may claim to be
> offering. Timesjobs.com does not vouch/guarantee for
> any such offers made by the above said parties.

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