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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Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2008 4:06 AM

From: Captain.Johnson Nzowu.
Tel: + 27-73-544-6003.



This very confidential request should not come as a surprise to you; I got your details from Internate after much considerations, I decided to contact you. But before further explainations I would like to introduce myself I am Captain Johnson Nzowu. Until lately, I was the Chief Security Officer to the late President Laurent Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo (at the age of 23) Regarding your reliability and trustworthiness, I decided to seek for your assistance in transferring some money out of South Africa into your country for onward dispatch and investment. I will reveal to you, based on to the fact that I could rely on you, that at the height of the crisis that led to president Laurent Kabila's assansination he personally mandated and instructed us to create and fully equip a special elite force to protect him against the rebels that were working against his government. This instruction was very discreet and highly confidential. It was backed up with the sum of US$ 12,700,00.00 (Twelve Million Seven Hundred Thousand United States) in cash, for the purchase of Arms and Ammunition from the elite corps, Republic of South Africa I brought this fund to South Africa where I was supposed to negotiate and purchase the arms and ammunition.

This money was transported through diplomatic means and negotiations were still in progress when the news that our President had been shot came to me. I then quickly decided to stop all negotiations and diverted the money for my personal use. It was a golden opportunity, and I could not return to my country due to my loyalty to the government of Laurent Kabila. The money is presently deposited with a Security Company here in Johannesburg since January 2001. They do not know the contents of the box. I deposited it as a family treasure containing gold and diamonds. I now seek your assistance in providing an overseas account to enable me transfer this money out of South Africa to where it can be invested. I have made all the necessary arrangments on my own side to ensure a smooth remittance. However, due to my refugee status, I cannot operate an account here, neither can I invest here in South Africa. Hence, my desire is to transfer and invest in your country. With this development, I will be pleased to welcome you in South Africa to enable my lawyer open a non-resident account on your behalf for onward transfer to your overseas account. For your assistance, after the transaction, I agree to give you 30% of the total sum while the balance 70% will be for my investment. We intend to keep my presence here in South Africa low profile due to our popularity back home, so we req uest all information provided to be kept secret and confidential.

We are obliged to provide details immediately we receive the acknowlegdement of this letter from you indicating your interest to assist me. You can contact me with the above telephone numbers immediately for easy communiction.

Best regards,
Johnson Nzowu.
Please do not forget to include your private telephone and fax numbers
and do not forget to give me a call with the above telephone number immediately.

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