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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princess < princessjoyakinde@onet.eu> wrote: Hello!

My reason of contacting you is purely based on seeking your assistance. To tell you more about me, I am 20 years old and the only child of my late parents Mr. and Mrs. Akinde of Abidjan, the capital city of Cote d' Ivoire in West Africa.

Then, I was a student at a university studying mass communication at Abuja-Nigeria, but the sudden death of my father forced me to discontinue my studies because no one could sponsor my studies again and presently I am staying with a friend in Abuja-Nigeria due to fear of my life. My mother died many years back when I was just four years old and since then I have been with my father and he took me so special.

His death was so sudden and was caused by food poisoning as the doctor said in his death certificate but we are suspecting one of my uncles who always travel with him any time he is making overseas trip as the person who planned his death, well only God knows the truth.

The issue now is that I want to move out of this country immediately to a more secure place where I will live for the rest of my life because since the death of my father, his brother's and other family relatives have all taken over all my late father's belongings including his business and houses and they don't even want to consider me because I am a girl and from their crude culture here, girls are not allowed to possess anything from the family until they are married.

In my own case, my father was a business man who always export Cocoa to Europe and he made a lot of money from this business and own lot of properties and houses, his brothers have taken control of all these things and they can even kill me too if I should ask about them. For this reason, I don't want to be associated with them again. However, my father confided a secret to me before his death in a hospital here. He told me that he deposited a consignment in a security company in Abidjan Cote D Ivorie, a box of trunk containing the sum of ($10,500,000.00) no one knows about this, not even the security company because he registered the content of the box as family valuables.

He also told me that he used my name (Miss Princess Joy Akinde) as the next of kin in depositing the trunk box containing the funds and also handed over the depository documents to me. He told me that it was because of his wealth that he was poisoned and that I should seek a trustworthy person in a country of my choice who could assist me to claim and invest this money.

Dear Belove One, this is the main reason I contacted you. I want you to help me claim this consignment/trunk box (CASH) from the security company here in Abidjan Cote D Ivoire to your country and also help me to relocate to your country to continue my life over there.

My country is no longer safe for my continual stay because currently my life is on the line as well and the fear of those my late father's relatives. I am no longer living in my family house because they might try to kill me since they want to inherit all my late father's properties. I am now living in a Abuja-Nigeria with a school friend and I want to move out of the continent finally with this money and I need your help.

If you agree to help me, I will compensate you with 15% of the total sum and also you will manage this fund in any good investment while I will continue my studies and every income made will be shared between us.Thank you and I look forward to your positive response.

Consider this and get back to me as soon as possible.

Thank you so much

My Sincere regards,

Miss P. Joy Akinde

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