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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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Mrs > From: ellenwilliams002@yahoo.co.jp <ellenwilliams002@yahoo.co.jp>
> Subject: From Ms Ellen
> Date: Friday, June 13, 2008, 4:29 PM
> Dear,
> Reading your mail makes me feel so happy and relief. You
> remind me of my late father. From your writing, you looks
> very much sincere and honest. I am happy meeting and
> knowing you. Can I call you father or brother? I don't
> have any one to address as father or my brother. I hope you
> will love and
> take care of me as your daugther or sister and help me
> manage this money in Manufacturing and real estate
> management in your country?
>
> Following my last mail, I will highly appreciate if you
> will establish contact with the bank where this money is
> deposited. Below is the contact of the bank and whom to
> contact,
>
> Bnp Paribas Bank Abidjan
> Mr Koffy Ange (director)
> Tel:+225 08 21 30 74
> Fax:+225 20 27 14 44
> Email: director.angekoffy@gawab.com
>
> I have earlier discussed with the banker about this
> matter and he is waiting to hear from us. He will send you
> all documents relating to the deposit of the money in the
> bank and also direct you on how to get the money
> transferred to your account. I am also sending my photo to
> make sure you know
> whom you are dealing with, kindly send your photo too and
> a direct phone number to reach you whenever in this matter.
> I will be waiting to hear from you to let me know of your
> discussion with the banker.
> sincerely,
> Ms Ellen





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Mrs > From: ellenwilliams002@yahoo.co.jp <ellenwilliams002@yahoo.co.jp>
> Subject: Re: From Ms Ellen
> Date: Friday, June 13, 2008, 6:15 PM
> Dear,
> I received your quick mail with open heart and I am sorry
> if I am rushing this matter due to my situation down here.
> Yes I am 23 years old africa girl, My late parents left me
> alone to suffer but I never blame them because there is no
> time to say good bye to them that is why I am desprately
> looking for someone honest like you that will take me out
> quickly from this country because I have nobody that is
> caring for me down here only me. I read your mail with
> understanding and I really that God for bringing someone
> like you if what you said about yourself is true because
> this is the
> true story of my life and uptil date nobody else know
> about this money if not you and my bank where my late
> father deposited the money for onward transfer to a foreign
> account you will provide to the bank down here for the
> immediate transfer so I can leave here and join you
> wherever you are right.
>
> Please, there is nothing that is cooking, only an
> orphan girl that is asking for your support and assistance
> to this transfer that is why I asked you to contact the
> bank and get things started because I have been arranging
> with the bank for long only I have not found someone like
> you.
>
> I will your contact information like; email, and the
> phone number to my bank so that they can be aware that we
> are getting ready to transfer my late father money that has
> been with them for long and also I will try and call you
> later when I have money because this situation left me with
> no
> money, all the money I have I have put in this transaction
> to get the requested documents the bank asked me to give
> them the only documents that the bank are asking from me
> now before the transfer is the documents that we have to
> obtain from the High Court of cote d'ivoire that will
> carry your
> name as the new beneficary to the money to make sure that
> this money did not get any problem when the bank must have
> transfer it to your account that you will send to them.
>
> Please reason with me and think about the hardship am
> going through and hasten thing to contact the bank and
> discuss with them how the money will be transfer to your
> account safely because this money is the only hope I have
> to start a new life there in your country.
>
> I will check my email late when I come from the bank to
> know if you have contacted them and what discussion you
> held with them in this matter.
>
> Once again thank you so much for your concern and
> assistance to an orphan like me. May God bless you and your
> generation.
>
> I look forward to hear your outcome discussion with the
> bank to know what next to do in this matter.
>
> With love,
> Ms Ellen Williams
 
 

 

 

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