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: Michael Sawadogo <michael_sawadogo@sify.com>
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2008 2:10 PM

TOP SECRET I am Dr Michael
Sawadogo,the director in charge of credit and exchange section of Bank
Of Africa,(BOA) Ouagadougou Burkina-faso West Africa with due respect
and regard. I have decided to contact you on a business transaction that
will be very beneficial to both of us at the end of the transaction
. During our investigation and auditing in this bank, my department
came across a very huge sum of money belonging to a deceased person who
died on Monday, 31 July, 2000, in a plane crash and the fund has been
dormant in his account with this Bank without any claim of the fund in
our custody either from his family or relation beforeour discovery to
this development. The said amount was U.S $4.2M (Four million two
hundred United States dollars). As it may interest you to know, I got
your impressive information through the Burkina-faso chamber of commerce
on foreign business relations here in Ouagadougou
Burkina-faso. Meanwhile all the whole arrangement to put claim over
this fund as the bonafide next of kin to the deceased, get the required
approval and transfer this money to a foreign account has been put in
place and directives and needed information will be relayed to you as
soon as you indicate your interest and willingness to assist me and also
benefit your self to this great business opportunity. In fact I could
have done this deal alone but because of my position in this country as
a civil servant(A Banker),we are not allowed to operate a foreign
account and would eventually raise an eye brow on my side during the
time of transfer because I work in this bank. This is the actual
reason why it will require a second party or fellow who will forward
claims as the next of kin with affidavit of trust of oath to the Bank
and also present a foreign account where he will need the money to be
re-transferred into on his request as it may be after due verification
and clarification by the correspondent branch of the bank where the
whole money will be remitted from to your own designation bank
account. I will not fail to inform you that this transaction is 100%
risk free. On smooth conclusion of this transaction, you will be
entitled to 30% of the total sum as gratification, while 10% will be set
aside to take care of expenses that may arise during the time of
transferring the fund and also telephone bills, while 60% will be for
me. Please, you have been adviced to keep "top secret" as I am still in
service and intend to retire from service after i conclude this deal
with you. I will be monitoring the wholesituation here in this bank
until you confirm the money in your account and ask me to come down to
your country for subsequent sharing of the fund according to percentages
previously indicated and further investment, either in your country or
any country you advice us to invest in. All other necessary vital
information will be sent to you when I hear from you. I look forward
to receive your email Thanks My Regards. Dr Michael Sawadogo

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