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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Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 4:33 AM
Subject: My dear

My dear,
Good day and how are you today? I am miss Linda Martins. I am 20yrs old and the only child of my late parents Mr. and Mrs Cyril Martins, a native of Dalou republic of Cote De' Ivoire. My Mother died when I was still six months old according to my father and I have discontinued my studies since the death of father on april 2007.

Before the death of my father at the hospital, he told me about the money he deposited in a bank here before in Abidjan and gave me the certificate with which he deposited the money and ask me to keep it safe as that will be my only access to the deposit for me to carry on with my future if he do not survive. He also told me that no one is aware of this deposited money ecxept himself and me. It was then that he told me that his attack was masterminded by his family members who wanted to inherit his properties and ask me not to have anything to do with them and this has made me to loose confidence in any one arround me.

I have contacted you because of the following reasons; There has been lots of threat to my life by some members of my father's family who wants to inherit all my late father's properties.They are not comfortable with me because I am the only one left to inherit them and it is for this reason I left our family home in Dalou to the Grace of God church's refugee camp in abidjan the capital city of my country.

Secondly, I went to the bank where my inheritance money are and showed the deposit papers and told them that I want to withdraw some money from my inheritance and they told me that I cannot withdraw any money in parts from the deposit because of the following reasons:-

1. the bank told me that the money was deposited by my late dad in a fixed bonded suspense account so part withdraw is not permitted.

2. Secondly the bank told me that my father signed a bond with them (in case in his absent or death) not to release the money to me until I am 25years and above or that the money can be released to me if I present a guardian who must be an adult.

3. my father warned and advice me in the hospital before his death that in case he did not survive not to invest this money in my country here or I will face my death.

It was in my desperate search for a foreign partner, I saw your address and my mind accepted relocating there in your country for the purpose of investment and I hope you will help me realise this objective.

Dear, I need your help in securing my only inheritance (US$6,500,000.00) six million five hundred thousand United States Dollars deposited by my late father in a bank here in Abidjan, Cote d'ivoire which he intend to transfer abroad for investment purposes due to series of wars in our country before he was assasinated by unknown enemies. All I want you to do for me is

1) contact the bank as my guardian so that they will release and transfer the money to your account.

2) help me to arrange for my relocation to your country so I can settle down as a responsible woman to further my education as It is my father's desire that I become a medical doctor.

3) to help me in the investment of the money in your country.

I will wait for your soonest reply so that I will give you the contact details of the bank and don't forget to include any information you want me to know about you especially your personal phone number. My picture will be attached in my next mail as soon as I hear from you.

Thanks and God bless you.

Yours sincerely,
Miss Linda Martins.


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