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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Mrs From: Gladys Johnson <gladys4good4@yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 10:18 AM

Hello Dear,
Thanks for your reply, My Name is Gladys Johnson, i am 24 year old girl, from the Gambia in Western Africa,

Actually it takes once to know a friend by one day and we will start learning each other gradually, actually i want us to be friends though i know distance is far but i believe that love is a bridge that can connect far distance to be closer.

My Iikes are, honesty, trustworthy, friendly, Kind, caring, respectful, tolerance, Patience, realistic person. my dislikes are liars, cheaters, self centred, disrespectful, too dominating, negative out look on life.
About my family, my father Is a full time politician and businessman, While my mother is a nurse in Banjul the capital of Gambia before her death in 2000.

I am presently residing in Dakar - Senegal under the guidance of Reverend Father Peter Dan of CHRIST THE KING CHURCHES (CKC) Dakar. I need someone who i can trust to share my burden, joy and happiness of yours and my life with. So if you are the kind of person,

please i will like you to write back to me and tell me more about yourself with your picture,
I attach my photo for you to see me,




Mrs From: Gladys Johnson <gladys4good4@yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 11:48 AM

Hello Dear,
Thanks very much for your mail and making out time to write to me again, it has made me to feel that i have gotten someone by my side, This is a hard decision for me to take because i don't know you very well but a little, i want to tell you this because i don't have any other option than to tell you, because from your mail my mind is telling me to open up to you, Just like i told you in the story of my life, that my father died in Kenyan plane crash that occurred in Cameroon, you can view it on this web here
before his death, he married two wives my mum is the first but she died in year 2000 which made my father to marry another wife with two years old baby, i as my dad's first daughter, he deposited money in United Bank Du Senegal here with my name as the next of kin but my step mother saw the deposit slip, and she want to change my name on it so that she will claim the money alone, that makes me run away with the deposit documents to Senegal to seek for an asylum as a refugee, But before my father's death he warned me, never in my life should I invest this money in Africa, according to him, that outside Africa would be safer enough for me to invest the money, if he eventually dies. I have called the bank several times about this issue which they confirmed that my father deposited the money with my name as his next of kin. But my problem is that Senegalese law does not allow a refugee to operate an account, so i want trusted somebody that will stand and claim the money on my behalf,

I tell you this to know if i can trust you to help me transfer the money into your account and from the money you will send me money for my ticket to meet you,
If you can help me in this condition, please write me back so that i will tell you everything about the deposit and how you are going to contact them and you can call me with our Reverend Father's phone number 00221 76 560 46 67, Thanks, i wish you the best.
Yours Forever,
Miss Gladys

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