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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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Mr
From: thomas _payment
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 5:03 AM
Subject: NNPC


Flat 8 Block 12 NNPC Quarters
Garki Abuja Nigeria
E-mail:jen_cyrpt2007@yahoo.com
Attention My Dear,
I presume this letter will come to you as a surprise, but as things unfold,
we will know each other better. I will start by introducing myself to you. I
am Mrs Ann Obaseki, the wife of Chief Jackson Gracious Obaseki, the Managing
Director, and Chief Executive, Nigerian National Petroleum orporation
(NNPC)
I am really sure that you will be of a good assistance after going
thoroughly through this letter. For many years of marriage now between me
and my husband, I have not given birth, and this has really troubled my
husband. As a result of the respect given to local tradition culture and
custom here in Nigeria, my husband
has decided to break the marriage. With the situation of things with me now,
my matrimonial home look bleak.
I am been threatened daily by my husband to get out from the home. My
Husband s brothers are not left out in this
matter. This situation has really affected me psychologically.
As at now, I am no longer Assured of a matrimonial home, hence I seek your
urgent assistance and help which I know will go a long way in getting me
settled finally. I want to use this opportunity to move the sum of (US$18M)
into your custody for safe keeping, pending my arrival in your country. This
said amount was given to my husband as gratification from some Foreign Oil
Companies he helped in getting Allocation for the Drilling of Crude Oil in
Nigeria.
As a civil servant, he does not want to be exposed, hence he gave me this
money to keep in my personal account so
that he can be exonerated from the eyes of government security operatives
and the Civil Service Commission (CSC)
which is a body that scrutinizes the activities of all civil servants in
Nigeria as checks and balances for
official misconduct.
Be informed that this money is not connected with drugs; money laundry,
firearms and looting which I believe will
put fears in you to render the required assistance needed from you and
consequently withdrawing your help for
security reasons.
Hence the source of this said money is clean and clear. This money was
deposited in my personalin name, and there
is no way it can be transferred telegraphically under the banking procedures
which could have been the easiest, but
because of monetary transfer restriction by the Federal Government of
Nigeria, that is defeated.
Rather I have arranged a diplomat manager to move this money out in cash to
any destination where it will be easy
for you to collect under diplomatic immunity. This he has assured me of. As
a soon as I se your response
and willingness to help as regards to this, I will furnish you on the next
line of action to take, but be rest assured that this transaction is 100%
risk free, and my husband will not raise any alarm because he will not like
to put
himself, his job and office in jeopardy, and if he does, he stands the
change of loosing his job.
As soon as this money is moved to you, and you confirm to me that you have
received it, I will be coming to meet you up there in your country where I
wish to live the rest of my life.I will be offering you 20% of this money
for all your help at this time of need, while some percentages has been set
aside for my Brother to complement his efforts here. Be informed that this
transaction will not last more than
14 working days and it will be concluded because every arrangement has been
put in
place.Your negative or positive response will be highly appreciated.
Yours faithfully,
Mrs. Ann  Obaseki
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