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: "ABSA BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA" <basa_bank010@earthlink.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 1:14 AM

> Dear Friend,
> I 'm sorry if this business proposal will not interest you but meanwhile
you shouldn't hesitate to reply urgently if you are interested to share this
fund with me. I got your contact through your country's people website while
searching for an honest partner to realize this fund. Why I'm using this
media to propose this benefiting business to you is that I found it as a
fast and private mode of
> communicating the information of this business to reach you safely.
> As chief auditor working in ABSA bank here in South Africa, I discovered
the sum of ($33,600,000.00) while discharging my duty last month in our bank
branch. Please, note that I'm reposing my trust in you by revealing the
information of this abandoned fund to you while hoping that you will treat
with most kindly as I need your collaboration to realize the fund out from
this country.
> The above stated amount is owned by a late client (Mr. Sunil Baran Das) of
Indian/Britain who lost his life with his entire family on the air crash
that took place in Benin on 25th December 2003. You can view the air crash
in this website, www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/africa/12/26/benin.crash/
> Going by our country's monetary policy on abandoned funds like this, our
government will take over the late client's fund after seven years should no
one present himself/herself as the next of kin to the late client in other
to claim the fund from our bank. Hence no one is coming from the late
client's side as to claim the fund while the only name I found at the late
client's account file in our bank as
> his next of kin was his only son who equally died in the air crash.
> Base on this, I have decided seek for your collaboration in presenting you
to our bank as the next of kin to benefit the late client's fund before our
government takes it over. Claiming the fund will be done 100% legal free
with my perfection to the transferring documents in your names as its
beneficiary next of kin while your honest and reliability is most important
to reassure my own share of the fund after transferring it to you amicably.
> This is an opportunity no auditor will like to loose here in Africa and am
not exceptional. We will discuss the sharing percentage after receiving your
interested response. Contact me with this my private email:
> Remain with,
> Best regards,
> Usuman Madiba.
> (Chief Auditor ABSA BANK of South Africa)


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