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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How are you today and your family? I just spoke with the attorney about 30mins ago; the attorney had a successful meeting with the Bank-Managers on your behalf with the original documents. The funds has been approved by the Bank in your favor and the attorney said that the Bank might want you to make yourself available at the Bank in London to endorse on the funds release order to enable the Bank have the funds release to your care as said earlier but you need to contact the paying bank that will help you facilitate the release of this payment.

The attached files are the copies of the original documents of this transaction; the documents are the Certificate of Deposit Receipt, Death Certificate of the deceased and the Sworn Affidavit of Claim, which is known as Probate change of ownership in your favor as the Sole beneficiary to the Late. Mrs. Lauren Baker. The original copies of these documents have been forwarded to the Bank with your details by the attorney; confirm to me you receive these documents, the Bank already have your details on their desk as the Sole Beneficiary to the late. Mrs. Lauren Baker and please don¡¦t fail to update me as soon as you are in good communication with the Bank, below are the details of the corresponding paying bank from Barclays bank.

Bank Information

Aberdeen Asset and Finance United Kingdom

Finance Consultant: Mr. James Thomas

TEL.. + 447031965263

FAX.. +447092894033

Email: aberdeen_aas@financier.com

Thank you and God bless,
Morris Ruffalo.

+44 702 409 2952
Fax: +44 (0)871 251 9658, +44 871 994 0680



Certificate of Deposit

Death Certificate

> From: accounts@6724abdeen-uk.com
> Subject: Account Notification/Bond Liquidation.
> Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 05:04:40 -0400
> This is to inform you that your account request has been successfully set
> up for your transaction purpose.
> find below are the particulars to enable you access your account.
> Please follow below link by clicking on it
> http://6724abdeen-uk.com/fin/intbank.php
> User ID: AFDEV
> Password: MUSKKF21
> Please be informed that the Inherited fund is in "CREDIT BOND". This bond
> need to be liquidated into cash before the fund can be transfered to your
> account. Be informed also that the process of liquidation requires you to
> have a minimum balance of $6,300 in your account for activation to receive
> the funds after liquidation. This amount automatically still remains your
> money which will form the opening balance of your account and you can
> transfer back to yourself as soon as your account is activated.
> Therefore, you are required to contact Mr. Tom Hard without delay and make
> arrangement to send this amount to him to enable us process the Bond
> liquidation without delay. As soon as this is done, the fund will be
> credited to your
> account with Aberdeen which you can transfer to any nominated account of
> your chioce anywhere in the world.
> Please contact Mr.Tom Hard of transfer Department on this email address
> transfer@6724abdeen-uk.com and he will provide you with our receiving
> account information to send the liquidation/account activation fee.
> As soon as the Bond is liquidated, the inherited amount which is
> processed in your name will be credited to your new account.
> Upon confirmation of the transaction funds in your account, you can effect
> transfer of the entire funds to any account of your choice.
> Thank you for your patronage and your cooperation.
> If there is anywhere you do not understand, please feel free to revert back
> to the undersign for further explanation.
> Sincerely,
> James Thomas.

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