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.PATRICK NZAMA." < drpatricknzama@yahoo.es>
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 6:26 AM

> Dear Sir/Madam,
>                CONFIDENTIAL & URGENT
> It is my great pleasure to write you this letter on behalf of my
> colleagues. A member of the South gave your information to me African
> Export Promotion Council (SAEPC) who was with the Government
> delegation on a trip to your country for a bilateral conference talk to
> encourage foreign investors. I have decided to seek a confidential
> co-operation with you in the execution of the deal hereunder for the
> benefit of all parties and hope you will keep it confidential because of
> the nature of this business.
> Within the Department of Minerals & Energy where I work as a Director of
> Audit and Project Implementation and with the co-operation of two
> other top officials, we have in our possession an overdue payment in US
> funds.
> The said funds represent certain percentage of the total contract value
> executed on behalf of my Department by a foreign contracting firm, which
> we the officials over-invoiced to the amount of US$26.500, 000.00
> (Twenty-Six Million Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars). Though the actual
> contract cost has been paid to the original contractor, leaving the excess
> balance unclaimed.
> Since the present elected Government is determined to pay foreign
> contractors all debts owed, so as to maintain good relationship with
> foreign governments and non-government agencies, we included our bills for
> approvals with the Department of Finance and the South Africa Reserve Bank
> (SARB). We are seeking your assistance to front as beneficiary of the
> unclaimed funds, since we are not allowed to operate foreign accounts.
> Details and change of beneficiary information upon application for claim
> to reflect payment and approvals will be secured on behalf of you/your
> Company.
> I have the authority of my partners involved to propose that should you be
> willing to assist us in this transaction your share as compensation Will
> be US$6.625m (25%), while my colleagues and I receive US$17.225m (65%) and
> the balance of US$2.650m (10%) for taxation and miscellaneous expenses
> incurred.
> The business is completely safe and secure, provided you treat it with
> Utmost confidentiality. It does not matter whether you/your Company does
> contract projects, as a transfer of powers will be secured in favour of
> you/your Company. Also, your area of pecialization is not a hindrance to
> the successful execution of this transaction. I have reposed my confidence
> in you and hope that you will not disappoint us.
> Thanks for your co-operation.
> Regards,
> N.B Please email your confidential Telephone and Fax numbers to enable me
> contact you for further Clarifications.

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