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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From: Steve Moris <mu.s5@msn.com>
Date: Sunday, 12 October, 2008, 4:35 AM

Dear Friend,

I sincerely apologize for intruding into your privacy,especially by contacting you through this means for a business transaction of this magnitude,
but due to its seriousness and urgency it therefore became necessary for me to seek for your assistance.

I am Barrister Steve Morris, counsel to late Mr.Roy J., a national of your country and was a seasoned contractor with oil servicing companies here in Lagos,Nigeria. He lost his life on the 23rd of May,2002 in an air/plane-crash here in Nigeria.
Before his sudden and mysterious death,he deposited the sum of Twelve Million,five hundred Thousand US dollars{US$12,500,000} with a Bank in a fixed account here in Lagos, Nigeria which I was quite aware of as all the legal proceedings was duly carried out by my humble self.

After his death,almost Five years ago, i made several approaches to your embassy to locate any of his relatives so as to come
and stand as the next of kin to my late client in order to have this huge sum transferred to his or her possession but all my effort proved abortive.

After several unsuccessful attempts in locating any of his relations and the latest ultimatum given to me by the Bank,
mandating me to provide my late client's next of kin within the next two weeks OR they confisticate the money,
which i wouldn't live to see it happen,hence my decision to contact you so that i can present you as the next of kin to my late client.

All I demand from you is your honest co-operation so that this fund {$12.5 million US dollars} can be transferred into any account of your choice within the shortest time possible.

For your assistance and co-operation, I have decided to have the money shared as follows; 40 percent for you, 60 percent for me.
What I introduced to you might be a smack of an unethical practice but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity that is capable of making things better for us and moreover,if I fail to present to the Bank my late client's next of kin in the next couple of weeks,
the truth is that this money would not be taken by the government but by some greedy officials of the Bank and
i would not fold my arms and watch this happen hence my decision to contact you.

I also want to use to this medium to assure you that this transaction is 100 percent risk free and my position as the counsel to the late depositor of the fund, it has been legally planned to avoid any hitch or breach of law both during and after the transfer might have been effected to you. And also,every information that will back you up as the next of kin to my late client shall be given to you as soon as i have your consent.

The following information will be required from you in your reply;
1.} your full name,
2.} Your residential/contact address,
3.} Your phone/fax number,
4.} Your Occupation and;
5.} Your Age.

For purpose of security and the confidentiality of this transaction you can reply this mail to this my private e-mail address below; "st_moris29@yahoo.de"

I look forward to receive your positive response soonest.
Best Regards,

Barrister Steve Morris.

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