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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> Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 04:14:30 -0600
> From: zuma.zamikhaya@yahoo.com
> No 12 karob street, Fourways Garden,
> Johannesburg, South Africa.
> Private and confidential
> Att:Sir/Madam,
> Complement of the Season, I am Mr Zamikhaya Zuma, The director of
> logistics in a reputable security company here in South Africa. Our firm
> is a security company of high repute with years of outstanding service to
> people of Africa especially top government officials and military leaders
> here in Africa. I have resolved to contact you through this medium based
> on business proposal that will be of mutual benefit to both of us. To be
> explicit and straight to the point. Some time early 1997, a reputable
> client of ours deposited a consignment in our vault for safe keeping. And
> since then our client has failed to come forward to claim his consignment,
> which has accumulated a considerable amount of money in demurrage.
> Consequently, in our bid to contact him to redeem the demurrage, which his
> consignment has accumulated, I discovered that, our client Mr.Kabanga
> Pemba was an aid to President (Mobutu Seseseko) of the federal republic of
> Zaire, now Democratic Republic of Congo who died on exile in Morocco after
> he was dethroned in the same year the consignment was entrusted into our
> care. Mr. Kabanga Pemba also died in an airliner that crashed in France on
> the 25th of July 2000. Since his death, none of his benefactors has come
> forward to claim the consignment with us, which means that none of his
> relatives or aids had any knowledge of this consignment.
> Hence, out of curiosity I decided to secretly open the consignment (box)
> in the vault. And to my surprise I discovered that the box that was
> registered as treasury by the client actually contained a considerable
> amount of Money in United States Dollars amounting to about (US$38.4m)
> thirty eight million four hundred thousands united states dollars. Since
> this development I have been nursing plans secretly.
> I am now soliciting your noble assistance to assist me to move this money
> out of South Africa to your nominated account either in your country or
> choosing safe destination for immediate investment. I have also decided
> that you will be entitled to 30% of the total amount, while 5% has been
> set aside to cover the expenses that might be incurred during the cost of
> this transaction. Upon my receipt of your reply confirming your
> willingness to assist me of this transaction, I will immediately arrange
> and transfer all the rights of ownership of this consignment to your name
> to facilitate your easy clearance and transfer of the complete funds to
> your nominated accounts. I can be contact on the Tel: +27 83 623 9005.
> This transaction is 100% risk free. Please maintain absolute
> confidentiality on this matter.
> I await your most prompt response through my telephone number
> Yours faithfully,
> Zamikhaya Zuma

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