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: Central Bank Governor <koffibenson1@freesurf.it>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2008 7:03 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Your Payment Notification.

ATTN: Dear Contractor

Forgive this unusual manner of contacting you, but this particular letter is of exceptional and very private nature. There is absolutely going to be a great doubt and distrust in your heart in respect of this email, coupled with the fact that, so many miscreants have taken possession of the Internet to facilitate their nefarious deeds, thereby making it extremely difficult for genuine people to get attention and recognition. There is no way for me to know whether I will be properly understood, but it is my duty to write and reach out to you.

I want to use this opportunity to bring to your knowledge that after our verification exercise we found out that you did not execute any contract here in Nigeria and we have also gotten information on how your details got into the payment system.
You were contacted by some of the officials working in our ministry who proposed to you that you would be given some good amount of money if you claim to be a contractor with the federal government by claiming a completed contract which you did not execute.

Let me use this opportunity to inform you once more that the plan was well arranged. The payment advice in your favor is on record in our system unpaid, and you are seen as the contractor who is to receive this unpaid fund.
However, I must not fail to let you understand one very important thing, and that is the fact that this business has gotten to a stage where you must work hand in hand with me in order to receive this fund or else you forget about it completely.
Let me first of all inform you that  All you need to do is to accept my offer and you will gain all you have spent in the course of this business and good interest for yourself.
My offer is this: Since I am the only person who is in the position to effect the release of this fund, you have to follow my instructions carefully.
First of all, I will authorize the release of this fund to you, but it will be done in batches.
Secondly, any amount you receive in your account, you have to send 50% of the total amount to me immediately and keep 50% for yourself.
Finally, let me reiterate that I can make this payment come to you as quick as possible.
NOTE: The reason why I want to effect this payment in batches is because I do not have a hundred percent trust in you and will like to be in a safe side by not authorizing the release of the entire money to an unknown person whom I cannot trace or control. I hope you understand what I mean?

As soon as you prove your credibility after the first transaction, I will increase the amount to be remitted into your account in the second batch and other subsequent ones respectively until the whole amount is completed.
Should you agree with my terms, I would appreciate if you reply this mail as soon as possible or you can call me on my direct number for us to commence without further delay.

My direct email address: charles-soludo@cbn-banking.org (OR) cbn-governor@cbn-banking.org
I await your timely response.
Yours truly,
Charles Soludo.

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