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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Mr > From: West African Monetary Agency <wamamailbox@sify.com>
> Subject: West African Monetary Agency
> To:
> Date: Sunday, October 26, 2008, 12:52 AM
> West African Monetary Agency (WAMA)
> Payment Settlement Control Bureau
> Cotonou outlet office
> 1268 BP Vonnue Martinze Cotonoue RB.
> Attention: Dear Beneficiary,
> Following the West African Leaders Summit held in
> Abuja-Nigeria last year which
> laid more emphasis on the immoral and fraudulent act of
> Africans. It was
> established at the Summit that Africans, West Africans to
> be precise are engaged
> in internet scam, money laundry and terrorist funding.
> The West African Clearing House (WACH) (now transformed to
> West African
> Monetary Agency (WAMA) was established in 1975 to promote
> trade in the
> sub-region. The ECOWAS financial law of 1982 section 5
> sub-sections 5-7 was
> re-adjusted at the Summit in accordance with the support of
> the World Bank, IMF
> and ECOWAS (African Development Bank).
> During a critical re-examination of this menace and a look
> out for a possible
> way to redeem the good image of this great continent of
> ours, protect and
> correct the impression of foreign contractors and
> investors.
> A new law was pasted and a sub-division/department under
> the monitory
> initiative of the Economic Community of West African States
> “ECOWAS” has
> mandated the West African Monitory Agency “WAMA” to
> investigate and
> Scrutinize all out standing foreign contract under the West
> African Sub-region.
> In view of this, our investigation team came across some
> fund with lot of
> Complications in terms of documentation. If you know you
> have an outstanding
> Contract fund unsettled, now you can count on the presence
> of “WAMA” as
> we’ll ensure that your fund is delivered to you as you
> demand with all
> protocol and procedures place to the best knowledge of the
> UN, the World Bank
> and the IMF. The International Monetary Fund contacted us
> over your
> Inheritance/Lottery payment a couple of hours ago after
> your payment file
> reveal that you are yet to received your payment.
> Base on this, a special arrangement has been put in place
> to pay beneficiaries
> Via an ATM Payment VISA/MASTER Card as soon as possible to
> avoid further delay.
> Moreso, you are advised to contact the office of the
> Paymaster General
> (OBB,IRD,ATM) Mr. Stuart Fielding for further information
> with the following
> contact as soon as you receive this message for further
> update.
> Contact Person: Mr. Stuart Fielding
> Email: atmpc.office@sify.com
> Please Re-confirm the following information in order to
> complete this transfer.
> Full Name.... Contact Address....Mobile Phone..... Age
> & sex.......
> On behalf of West African Monetary Agency ,
> congratulations.
> Regards
> Sincerely,
> Mrs. Jennifer Soxlow


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