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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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> Dear,
> My Name is Mrs. Suzana Nuhan Vaye.  from
> Liberia My late Husband is Issac Nuhan
> Vaye, Deputy Minister of Public Works in
> Liberia. My Husband was falsely accused of
> plotting to remove the then PRESIDENT OF
> LIBERIA CHARLES TAYLOR) from office,
> Without trial, Charles Taylor killed him.
> I don't know what extent you are familiar
> with events and fragile political situation
> in Liberia but it has formed consistent
> headlines in the CNN, BBC news bulletins
> and I believe you are a highly respected
> personality more also you can verify this
> from some of the international newspapers
> posted in the web sites below:
> http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2003-07-15-liberia_x.htm
> Since the death of my late husband, the
> Government has frozen all his access and
> accused him of the role he played under the
> regime of Charles Taylor that led the
> country into civil war before the
> intervention of the UN Peace Army arrived
> to stop the bloody killing of the innocent
> souls. Base on the involvement of my late
> husband participation in the regime of
> Charles Taylor, the Government has
> inflected punishment on me and my
> fatherless children.
> Now, we have managed to escape to a
> neighbouring country, where my husband
> deposited the some of US$17.2 Million, and
> I am contacting you to assist us in
> channelling this US$17.2 million into a
> productive investment venture and I look to
> make this investment discreetly under
> discretionary asset management arrangement.
> Please, I will appreciate your response to
> furnish you with more details of this fund
> reply me at: suzana.vaye3@aol.in
> Yours,
> Mrs. Suzana Nuhan Vaye
 
Mrs

 

Subject: My passport and the documents
From:    "Suzana Nuhan-Vaye" < suzana1vaye@gmail.com>
Date:    Thu, February 14, 2008 3:32 am
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*Dear,

Thanks for your mail and willingness to
assist in this transaction.

As I explained earlier, I am a Liberian
widow with with my two children, George and
Alice. The fund is currently in a Security
and Finance company in Cotonou, the
Republic of Benin, where it was deposited
by my husband as a consignment containing
family treasures. I am attaching copies of
the documents (Certificate of Deposit,
Agreement and payment receipt) that were
issued to my husband when he deposited the
consignment. I am also attaching my
international passport, as you requested.

The consignment (box containing the fund)
was deposited by my husband with my son's
(George's) name as the next of kin and a
yet to be named foreign partner, as the
appointed beneficiary. And he also entered
an agreement with the company that in the
absence of the depositor, the next of kin
has a right to nominate the appointed
beneficiary. I will therefore require your
names and contact information to submit
them to the company (All States Finances et
Securite) and inform them that you are our
foriegn partner and appointed beneficiary.

As soon as I receive the information I will
submit your name to the company, and give
you the company's contact information. So
that you will contact the company and
request from them directly, the procedure
to collect the consignment from their
company.

It is after we have successfully secured
the consignment (fund) that we will
commence the investment process. Meanwhile,
I will be sending George to Cotonou, so
that he will personally go to the company
and inform them of our desire to collect
the consignment from them. When he arrives
there, he will make a number available
where you can call and discuss with him.

I will waiting to receive your answer and
information, so that we will submit them to
the company and then go ahead with the
transaction.

Your sister,
Suzana Nuhan-Vaye*

Certificate

Passport

Agreement

Receipt

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