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: "Barrister Paul Okwuta" < okwutadvocate@myway.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 9:10 AM
Subject: Cost of procurement of legal documents.

> Attention Sir,
> Sequel to your email on how to prepare a power of attorney for you
> and your partner Miss Lizzy Gukama .
> Your partner Miss Lizzy was in my office with Rev Ken Kamaga to
> discuss about the issuing to you an authorisation letter that will
> enable you stand on her behalf to transfer her money from RABO
> BANK OF LONDON to your account in your country or elsewhere.
> Prior to my enquries from the bank and high court,I understand from
> the bank that there are three documents required by them before the
> transfer of the money to you.
> 1.A copy of Death certificate of Dr Frank Gukama.
> 2.A copy of His Statement of account.(WHICH I HAVE ATTACHED TO THIS
> MAIL).
> It is now remaining one document.
> Which is power of attorney which will enable the Bank to deal with
> you on behalf of your partner.
> From my enquiries, it will cost t he sum of 1050Us Dollars for
> authentic ation of the power of attorney at the high court before
> it becomes valid and 300Us Dollars for notary stamping at the
> notary republic My legal processing fee of 200Us Dollars total
> (1550Us Dollars)
> To speedy the process you are to send these money to me today
> through western union money transfer
> system.(which is the fastest way of sending money to enable my
> noble office prepare and validate the power of attorney here in the
> high court and notary republic respectively.
> You are to send the 1550US Dollars with my name Barrister Paul Okwuta
> Barrister Paul Okwuta
> 18 Lamine Guaye
> Dakar Senegal
> You are advised to E-mail or call me on phone as soon as you wire the
> money so that I can pick up and pay at the court. To make it faster,
> I have also started processing the necessary applications today in
> your favour.
> Yours sincerely in service,
> Dr Paul Okwuta
> (Principal Partner).(ESQ)
> No 18 Lamine Guaye (2nd-floor)
> Dakar,Senegal.
> Office tel (+221-774-257-227




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