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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From: kennedy chikoye <kennedychikoye0013@gmail.com>
Subject: BUSINESS PROPOSAL (FROM KENNEDY)
To:
Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2008, 4:23 AM

PLEASE OPEN THE ATTACHMENT READ THE MY BUSINESS PROPOSAL LETTER AND GET
BACK TO ME.
FROM,
KENNEDY CHIKOYE.


From: Mr. KENNEDY CHIKOYE

Email: kennedychikoye111@gmail.com

Phone: 0027 738068803.

Greetings

 

I know you will be surprised to read from me, but please consider this letter as a request from a family in dire need of your assistance. I am Mr. KENNEDY CHIKOYE of Republic of Angola. I am the son of late major KAVIN CHIKOYE of Angola; I am presently residing in South Africa.

 

I got your contact through South African Information Exchange (S.A.I.E) here in Johannesburg and on behalf of my mother, Mrs. GRACE CHIKOYE, I decided to solicit for your assistance to transfer the sum of US$24Million (Twenty Four million United States Dollars) to your personal/ company account.

 

Before my father’s death, he was in charge of arms and ammunition purchases for the Angolan armed forces. He specifically drew my attention to this sum of money (US$24M), which was meant for the purchase of ammunitions. He deposited this sum of money with a sealed metal box of in a Security Company in South Africa without the knowledge of Angola government. He also handed over the necessary documents to me.

 

I want you to understand that the lives and the future of my family depend on this money, I will be very grateful if you can assist us. We are now living in South Africa as political asylum seekers and the financial laws of South Africa do not allow us (asylum seekers) certain financial rights to huge amount of money. In view of this, I cannot invest this money here in South Africa; hence I am asking you to assist me to transfer this money out of South Africa for investment purposes.

 

For your effort, I am prepared to offer you 25% of the total sum while 5% will be set aside for international and local expenses incurred during the process and 70% will be for my family’s investment in your country through your advice.

 

Finally, my modalities on how the transfer will be done will be conveyed to you once we establish trust and confidence within ourselves. If you are willing to assist us, you can contact me on the numbers above. 0027738068803. My direct private email addresses: kennedychikoye111@gmail.com reply me via this box for confidential. Looking forward to your urgent reply and please treat this as very confidential. Thanks and God bless you.

 

Best regards,

 

Mr. KENNEDY CHIKOYE

(For the family)

 

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