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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> Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 20:22:03 -0500
> Subject: Response awaited
> From: fleximage@windstream.net
> Sir/Madam,
> I have asked for help from so many without reply but most replies I get
> keep saying that my intention is to ask for money from foreigners. I hope
> it doesn't look same to you as I do not need anyone's money. I saw your
> email from an internet magazine shared amongst all workers in my place of
> work to promote our knowledge on internet browsing as it is done in
> Nigeria these days.
> Please try and understand my english the way you can because I am not
> fully educated. I had my school education till secondary school.
> Mr. Kola Fashonu is my name and I am a cleaner at the First Bank of
> Nigeria East Branch, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I am a very loyal worker of
> the bank and very faithful to my Job. This brought me the trust that I had
> with my bank Manager (Mr. Chibundu Agboola).
> It was on a Monday as I had so many cleaning do to despite being absent
> from work the previous week due to my late wife's burial. I was called
> into the office of my manager and getting to his office, he brought out a
> box and said he wanted me to keep it for him. Instantly I knew it was
> money it contained but I didn't know how much exactly until he informed me
> of the amount that it contained the sum of $20,015,000 (Twenty Million and
> Fifteen Thousand Dollars) which he got from the bank's account. He said
> that I should keep it safe in my house until he needed it and that he owes
> me 10% of the money. I asked him why he chose me and he replied saying
> that I was the only one he trusted. I agreed because I was only a cleaner
> and needed some money to get on my feet (even if the money was stolen). I
> borrowed a video recorder on getting home and instructed my 15 year old
> son to film me while I counted the money and I kept the money safe as
> promised.
> My reason for emailing you came when the Bank Manager died as i found out
> he was killed by armed robbers who came to his house on a robbery mission.
> For this reason, there was no way that I could use the money since I had
> no word to say on how I got the money as my job will not get me such
> money. This is why I am emailing you to inform you that I wish to transfer
> this money to the care of a foreign person that way I know for sure that
> the funds will have no trace. I am not requesting money nor your bank
> details. All I ask is for you to give me your name and address and I will
> give the box to my elder sister who is the head of East Branch of the
> FedEx Courier Delivery and she'll personally drop the box in your house.
> That way the box will not be inspected as she is the head of all
> inspection officers in the FedEx. I would require a residential or an
> official address as my sister would not meet with anybody in an hotel,
> restaurant, park, airport to exchange the box of money. Any meeting with
> her will be valid for home or office address. If this is not acceptable by
> you, kindly do not reply as I wouldn't take any risk with the money or my
> sister's life.
> You will also be required to show to my sister an identity card or
> driver's license when she meets with you. This is for her to know that she
> has met with the right person. Failure to produce this will mean that she
> cannot meet with you as the money will not be safe and note that all
> expenses have been taken care of and you will not be asked to pay anything
> at all. I do not need your money at all just your sincere help. On receipt
> of the box, kindly inform me and I will travel to your country as I have
> removed some money from the money that will secure me and my son a flight
> ticket from Nigeria to your country. You can have 30% from the money and
> keep the 70% for me till I get there.
> Please do not let anyone know about this not even a closest person or
> lawyer because this is the only way that we can do this transaction since
> I myself didn't tell anyone except my sister since she is the one helping
> us to transport the box to your location.
> I hope to receive an encouraging reply from you. Kindly send a reply to my
> email kollfash@mail2help.com and not to the mail used in sending a message
> to you as this email I used in sending this letter belongs to a friend. So
> it will be improper to state conversation from a friend's email.
> Have a nice day
> Kola Fashonu.

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