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: DR OMOH EMEM <dromohemem@yahoo.ca>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 12:37:28 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Atttention Partner.
To: omohemem@vista.aero



Dear sir.

I am not to do this but the urgency of my retirement procedure demands
that I act fast as I need to go home with enough cash to start up an
oil business hence this email to you. I am contacting you based on the
complain details concerning an over due contract payment, purportedly
involving you and your company as the beneficiary.
You might not believe this but your name was involved in an over
invoiced contract claim here in Nigeria which has been trapped in an
escrow account here with the CBN.I am the assistant head of cooperate
affairs of the central bank of Nigeria and I am proposing here that
after going through this mail, if you can get back to me on my private
email address at omohemem@vista.aero, I will give you details on how
to go about this matter and get paid on my own terms and conditions.
The CBN Email Disclaimer
Since several members of the public receive scam related e-mail
everyday in their mail boxes, we recommend that you delete it and not
respond to it.
Frequent Scenarios
Do you want to ascertain the genuineness of some issues?
The CBN does not have any overseas branch. All branches of this bank
are in Nigeria and can be found at
www.cenbank.org/AboutCBN/Branch.asp. The organization chart of the
Bank shows all the departments in the bank and can be found at
www.cenbank.org/AboutCBN/organogram.asp. It does not include such
titles as Wire Transfer Department, Remittance Department, Contract
Approval Committees, etc. All executive and non-executive board
members are listed at www.cenbank.org/AboutCBN/Thelist.asp
Note however that scammers frequently impersonate members of the Board
who are professional bankers and outstanding members of the Nigerian
Do you want to ascertain the genuineness of someone, who may have
contacted or met with you?
The CBN will not give out personal information (like phone numbers,
official email addresses, fax lines & pagers,) on any of our staff for
any reason. If you suspect the authenticity of any one who claims to
be acting on behalf of the CBN, you are advised to study this
disclaimer. Advance Fee Fraudsters prey on gullible respondents to
perpetrate their heinous crimes.
All executive and non-executive board members (Including retired
members) are listed at www.cenbank.org/AboutCBN/Thelist.asp. Their
photos are also displayed.
Note however that scammers frequently impersonate members of the Board
who are professional bankers and outstanding members of the Nigerian

The CBN does not use any free host
internet or email service provider.
CBN staff do not use Hotmail or Yahoo Accounts or any other free
e-mail service provider for official purposes.
The CBN is the apex bank in Nigeria - much like other central banks
and reserve banks in other countries. CBN does not maintain accounts
for individuals or private companies.
Though the CBN maintains a helpdesk in Legal Services Division,
Corporate Secretariat, which can be contacted by mailing info @
cenbank.org, the CBN may not be obliged to respond to any emails in
the above scenarios. We also have a forum to discuss.

Dr Mrs Omoh Emem
Asistant Head Corporate Affairs Office.


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