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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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Rosemary Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 13:29:14 +0100
From: rose_beko2008@yahoo.fr
Subject: Dear ,


Dear,
Greetings and best wishes to you this day. Thanks for your email message.
Pleasebear in mindthat I am not joking, this transaction is not a joke, I do not want to take money from your account, do not send me your account information, if you want to help me you can open a new account for the transfer.I need your help to relocate here with my inheritance.
I am an orphan and I thank God for providing someone like you with lots of maturity and experiences in life, to assist me out of this present situation. God bless you abundantly.
My happiness for your email message which I recievedwith open heart. I would like to respond to your message immediately as this is a matter that needs urgent attention and I want you to always remember this fact because my life is in danger here in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa, due to the enemies that poisoned my father as they are hunting for my life to kill in other to tarnish my father's image and also to seat on this money that is why I am worried to transfer the money abroad.
Dear, I appreciate your readiness to assist me, I am an orphan that needs your assistance to transfer my inheritance from Africa to your country to get a better life and permanent future. The money is not a drug money or money laundring, my late father was during his days a wealthy cocoa merchant that operated in this sub-region as an exporter of Cocoa and Coffee, though he was poisoned by his business associates out of wickedness and jealousy. This is why I want to leave Africa to be protected under your care till such a time that I am grown enough to face the business that you will negociate for me.
My beloved father seriously warned me never to involve any person of African origin in this transaction because of the circumstances surrounding his untimely death. This transaction is therefore very confidential between you and me untill you confirm the money in your account for security reasons. I wish to assure you that this money is in a bank where my late father deposited it and I have the documents covering the money in the bank and I can send them to you for your view because seeing is believing. Above all, all the processes involved in the transfer of this fund shall be very transparent and legal because this money is my only hope to survive so I cannot afford to make any mistake in the transfer process.
Dear , I promise to offer you 20% of the total amount as compensation for your assistance, and another 5% to cover any cost of expenses which you will incure in this transaction, while the remaining 75% will be for me which shall be use for investment according to your advice because I will continue my educational carrier as soon as I come over to your country.
Please send me your private telephone & fax number together with your home & office address for easy communication and also to enable mesend you the documents covering the money in the bank.
I shall go to the bank to inform them of my readiness to transfer the money to your would-be nominated bank account.
Please I will appreciate if you could give me a break down on the kind of investment opportunities in an around your country as I rely so much on your advice in this regard.
Thanks yours lovely,
Rosemary.

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