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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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Mr

Subject: Confidential. Please Respond Immediately.
From: engralyaradua2@live.com

> >> FROM THE DESK OF, THE CHAIRMAN,
> >> CONTRACT AWARD COMMITTEE,NIGERIAN
> >> NATIONAL PETRELEUM CORPORATION. EMAIL:
> >> engralyaradua2@live.com 14th April,
> >> 2008. Dear Sir, The is to
> >> bring to your notice that the contract
> >> executed by William Bryant has since
> >> been approved for payment to him.
> >> Unfortunately I learned that he died on
> >> the 4th February 2004 in the plane
> >> crash of Alaska Airlines flight 261
> >> alongside other passengers. The
> >> payment of this contract was approved
> >> since last April, 2007 with hopes that
> >> the next of kin to William Bryant will
> >> come over and claim the fund. Since
> >> his death and since the contract was
> >> approved for payment, we have been
> >> expecting his next of kin or any family > member to come and claim his contract
> >> fund but nobody came up. (If you want
> >> to know about the crash visit the web
> >> site
> >> http://www.cnn.com/2000/US/02/01/alaska.airlines.list/) > After waiting in vain for his
> >> relation or next of kin to come and
> >> claim the fund I therefore decided to
> >> contact you so that you can stand as
> >> his next of kin and claim the contract
> >> fund that has been approved to paid to
> >> him. I took the decision so that both
> >> of us will share the fund instead of
> >> the money being lost to top government
> >> officials. He did not name any next of
> >> kin who could be contacted to the
> >> claim the fund and therefore you can
> >> stand as his next of kin and legally
> >> claim the fund. The total amount
> >> for this last contract he executed is
> >> US$15.2million and which
> >> $US$5.2million was paid to him as
> >> mobilization fee. The balance of US$10
> >> has been approved for payment which I
> >> want you to stand as next of kin for
> >> us to claim and share 50:50 since
> >> there is nobody to claim the fund. > I will provide you every other details
> >> of the contract in due course if you
> >> agree to do the business with me. As
> >> soon as you indicate your interest to
> >> do the business with me, I will inform
> >> you of the necessary legal procedure
> >> to be followed so that the fund will
> >> be legally transferred to you as his
> >> next of kin. I will also direct you
> >> to his lawyer so that you may contact
> >> him and claim other things he may have
> >> left behind which the lawyer is
> >> aware. I wait for your urgent
> >> response. Yours faithfully,
> >> Engr. A.L. Yaradua, Chairman Contract
> >> Award Committee Nigerian National
> >> Petreleum Corporation (NNPC).
> >> Email: engralyaradua2@live.com> >> >> >>

 
Mr > > Dear Sir,
> >
> > I will send you my identification in due
> > course. But for the maintime, if you are
> > interested in this transaction, you should
> > send me your contact address for me to
> > commence the paper work. We may even
> > arrange and meet one-on-one to discuss this
> > deal rather than me sending your my id to
> > you and you sending yours to me. What do
> > you think?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Engr. A.L. Yaradua.
 
Mr
Date: Fri 18 Apr 2008
Subject: full contract details.



Dear ,

The lawyer has just brought the affidavit he sworn yesterday to me this morning. It is accompanied by the letter of administration. I am sorry I have not been able to scan and send my id to you but I promise you I must do that in due course. The essential thing is for us to understand each other and be sincere to ourselves. These documents are essential what we require to proceed with the claim of this fund. I can assure you that with these two documents we have succeeded. I have over US$10,000 to get it. We have to keep good record of any money we spent because it will be deducted from the total amount before we share.

Below are the details of the contract:

- Year the contract was awarded: 24TH, APRIL 2000

- Year the contract was completed: 15thDECEMBER 2003

- Name of your company: TRANS CONTINENTAL CONTRACTORS

- The contract amount: US$ 15,200,000.00 {US$10M is what is outstanding since advance of $5.2M was paid to Bryan before he died}

- The contract number: NNPC/PTDF/KADREF/101/03-

- Nature of contract SUPPLY/TURN AROUND MAINTENANCE AND THE UP KEEP OF THE SITE/FINISHING TOUCHES.

- Contract Site: PORTHARCORT REFINERY


You are now going to apply to the NNPC for the release of this contract fund to you. You should send the two attached documents with an application address to the group managing director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation requesting the payment of the contract to you as the next of kin to Williams Bryan

Note: thatan advance payment of US$5.2million has already been paid to Bryan before his death.

The balance of US$10million is what you are requesting to be paid to you as Bryan's next of kin.

The fax number of the group md of NNPC is +234-802304-9536, email: groupmd-nnpc@live.com . Send the letter of application to him through the fax number or email and attached the two documents. Should there be any thing you do not understand please get back to me immediately for explanation. You can call me on the phone for more details. My phone number is +234-807-850-7736.


Please kindly acknowledge receipt of this email with the attached documents.

Yours faithfully,
Engr. A.L. Yaradua.




Affidavit

Letter of Admin

Mr Subject: RE: full contract details.
From:    "Engr. A. L. Yaradua" <engralyaradua2@live.com>
Date:    Fri, April 18, 2008 5:32 pm


Sure, I will send my passport to you on Monday
unfailingly.
my id
     

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