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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Mr Dear,
I know you might be skeptical receiving
this email (as we have not known each
other). There is however no reason to be
apprehensive as all I request is for your
co-operation to have the sum of
US$15,500,000.00 transfered out of my
(Financial Bank, Benin).
Everything regarding the transaction is
already perfected, so (if you are
interested) you should please email me
the following information:
1. Full Names
2. Address (physical)
3. Telephone numbers and fax (if
So that we can reach an agreement and
kick-start the transaction.
Should it be that you are not interested
this, please just disregard my email and
never let anyone know about it.
Andre Dossou
00229 97635407
*Dear Miss Young,
Thanks for your response, the information
and willingness to be part of this

I will appreciate you make available your
phone numbers so that I will call
you and we discuss more on phone. Or you
could please call me on this cell
phone (00229 97635407), that I secured
primarily for this transaction;
including both the disbursement and
investment of the fund. *

*As you requested, I would be able to give
you any proof you would require,
my passport and even up to a past
from the account. Only that you
will promise that every information
will be
kept confidential.*

*I purposely did not include much
information in the initial email, because
I wanted to be sure who I am communicating
with before given details. On the
details of the transaction, during the
the account was opened the
diseased customer (Mr. Mouhktar Ibrahim)
entered only the name of one next
of kin (his only son who also died in the
air crash). You could read details
regarding the crash from this link: *
He left the provision for a second (or
alternative) next of kin blank. I
will therefore require your full names and
your contact address so that i
will insert them in the records, as the
alternative Next of Kin to Mr.
Mouhktar Ibrahim.

With your names inserted, the bank will
recognize you as the legitimate next
of kin to the account, and therefore the
bona fide beneficiary to the fund,
in the absence of the account owner and
primary next of kin (through
death). You will then make a formal
application to the bank, requesting the
transfer of the fund into your chosen bank

Once your name is inserted, I will give
the go ahead to send the
application to the bank. I will even send
you a text to guide you in writing
the application to the bank. As I
earlier, all the necessary
arrangements to ensure a smooth and
hitch-free transaction has been
perfected, so your application will be a
mere formality.

It will immediately be approved, and the
fund transfered into your chosen
bank account. It is after the fund have
been transfered into your (or
company's) account, that I will come over
for the disbursement of the fund;
and the various meetings in relation to
investing the fund.

With best regards, as I look forward to a
successful business relationship
with you.


00229 97635407*
Subject: my passport
From:    "Andre Dossou"
< andredossou@gmail.com>
Date:    Mon, February 25, 2008 6:45 am
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*Dear Miss Young,
Thanks for your mail.
Attached is my international passport.
Please ensure that it does not get into the
hands of a third party.
Please let me have your address so that I
will insert them in the records, and we
proceed with the transaction. Hence you do
not have a telephone, you should call me so
that we will discuss.
00229 97635407*


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