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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Mrs > Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 09:17:54 -0700 (PDT)
> From: joy dickson <dickson_joy@yahoo.com>
> Subject: MORE ABOUT ME

> Dearest Love,
> Thanks for the opportunity to be your friend. I
> will really like to have a good relationship with
> you. I have a special reason why I decided to
> contact you. Though it is not left for me to say,
> but I know that I am an honest girl, trustworthy,
> truthful, loving kindness, open minded, intelligent,
> easy going, faithful and caring.
> I decided to contact you after reading your profile
> because of the urgency of my situation here. My Name
> is Miss. Joy Dickson 23 years old and from Liberia ,
> in the western part of Africa , My late Father
> -Dickson Fred, was the Deputy Minister of Public
> Works in Charles Taylor's government. He was
> falsely accused of plotting to remove the then
> Without trial, Charles Taylor killed him.
> Though, I do not know to what extent you are
> familiar with events and fragile political situation
> in Liberia as at that time. But it formed consistent
> headlines in the CNN, BBC news bulletins. You can
> verify this from some of the international
> newspapers posted in the web sites below:
> Infact, I am constrained to contact you because of
> the maltreatment I am receiving from my step mother.
> My Father had two wives before his demise. My mother
> was the second; the first one couldn't raise him an
> issue after nine years of their marriage that
> emerged in him the idea of getting a second wife
> that happened to be my late mother. After the
> marriage of my mother, the first wife turned hostile
> and aggressive till the extent that my father had to
> sent her packing and rented an apartment for her in
> the town. She came back with her things after the
> news of my parents' death. She has been more or less
> hostile to me and want to deny me of all my father's
> assets. I am just like being in a wicked circle that
> nothing in the house pleases me.
> Meanwhile, I wanted to escape to the Europe but she
> hide away my international passport and other
> valuable travelling documents. Luckily she did not
> discover where I kept my father's File which
> contains important documents. So I decided to run to
> the refugee camp where I am presently seeking asylum
> under the United Nations High Commission for the
> Refugee here in Dakar , Republic of Senegal . Due to
> my inability and lack of resources, I decided to
> contact you for a help please, I will be very glad
> if you should consider to help me please. I am
> contacting you for a long term business relationship
> and investment assistance in your Country.
> My father of blessed memory deposited the sum of
> US$ 6, 700, 000.00 in a Bank here in Senegal with my
> name as the next of kin. When I came to Senegal , I
> went to the bank where my father deposited the money
> so that I can withdraw some money as the next of kin
> to the account and start a new life. Unfortunately,
> I did not know that my father signed an agreement
> with the bank that the money should not be released
> directly to me if not married or up to 30years. The
> agreement states that I should appoint a
> trustee/investor any time I want to take the money
> from the bank before I am 30 years. I understand
> that the investor is to invest and manage the money
> for me in a good business.
> So the bank people advised me that since I am not
> yet 30 years and not married, I should look for
> someone to stand for me for claims in accordance
> with their agreement with my late father. This is
> why I contacted you. Secondly, I like your country
> and I want to live there and continue my education
> as i was in my 1st year in the university, when the
> crisis started and death of my parents. It is my
> intention to compensate you with 10% of the total
> money for your services and the balance shall be my
> investment capital. This is the reason why I decided
> to contact you. Please all communications should be
> through this email address only for confidential
> purposes. As soon as I receive your positive
> response showing your interest I will put things
> into action immediately. In the light of the above,
> I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your
> ability and willingness to handle this transaction
> sincerely.
> You can not call me on phone because I have no
> phone here but if you will like to speak to me on
> phone I will give you phone number of the Reverend
> Father here in the camp beacuse I told him a litle
> bit about my condition. When you call, tell him you
> want to speak to Joy Dickson, the liberian girl He
> will call me because he knows that I am staying in
> the female Hostel Room 74.
> Awaiting your urgent and positive response. Please
> do keep this only to yourself. Please I beg you not
> to disclose these details till I come over, once the
> fund has been transferred. I also love romantic
> challenges.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Miss Joy Dickson






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