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: "Christopher Motley" <joobspradcm@aol.com>
To: <undisclosed-recipients:>
Sent: Thursday, November 27, 2008 10:54 PM
Subject: Hello,Reply.

> Good Day,
> I am Barrister Christopher Motley, a lawyer in
> the Chambers of CROWN CONCERN (Legal Practitioners)
> in LONDON.
> I saw your contact and profile from Net Detectives
> (www.netdetective.net) in my private search for a
> genuine person, I decided that you could cooperate
> with me in this proposition.
> I have a client who was deceased in November, 2005,
> in London. I am contacting you in
> view of the fact that you share the same surname,
> foreign background with my deceased client who lost
> his life along with his wife and only child in a
> ghastly motor accident and i felt that you could
> help me in the distribution of funding that were
> left in my deceased client's bank account.
> This funds is closed to be declared UN-serviceable
> by the bank as there were no indicated next of kin
> or next of beneficiary of the funding in the bank
> account.
> The total amount of cash in the bank account of my
> deceased client is 12.7 Million (Twelve Million,
> Seven Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds only.
> This reason alone is why I contacted you, to claim
> the deposits and interest from his account with your
> help because the deposits cannot be released without
> the help of a foreigner from the United States of
> America.
> I contacted you for two reasons. Firstly, you both
> come from the same country and share the same
> surname, which makes the claim most credible.
> The bank had issued to me a notification to contact
> the next of kin of my deceased client for either to
> re-activate the bank account or to make claim of
> beneficiary, of the funding in the bank account, with
> a month surcharge of 6% to be deducted as an Escrow
> safe keeping fee of the bank account,so as to avoid
> the indefinite closure of the bank account.
> My proposition to you is to seek your consent, and
> to present your kind self as the next-of-kin and
> beneficiary of my deceased client, since you have
> the same last name with him. This means that the
> proceeds of his bank account would be paid to you
> as his next of kin or the legitimate beneficiary.
> When the proceeds in his bank account are paid to
> you, we would share the proceeds on a mutually
> agreed-upon percentage of 60% to me and 40% to
> your kind self.
> All the legal documents to back up your claim as my
> client's next-of-kin would be provided by me. The
> most important thing I would need is your honest
> cooperation in this proposition.This would be done
> under a legitimate arrangement that would protect
> you from any breach of the law.
> If this business proposition offends your moral and
> ethic values, do accept my sincere apology. Please
> contact me at once if you are interested by replying
> the mail and ignore it if you are not.
> If you find yourself able to work with me, Kindly send
> me your response to my private email address
> christopher.motley@hotmail.com
> The entire project is expected to last for about few
> bank working days.
> Best regards,
> Christiopher Motley


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