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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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> From: mr.david.george.1@gmail.com
> Subject: THE TRUTH BEHIND YOUR BENEFICIARY FUNDS 25/08/2008
> Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 19:52:25 -0700
>
> From The Desk Of,
> Mr. David George
> Head Of Operations.
> African Development Group
>
> Dear Friend,
>
>
> I am delighted to contact you on a private note based on your funds claim, which was re-deposited in African Development Bank Group Nigeria and has been programmed for transfer into your designated bank account through my department. I apologize to you for the delay in releasing these funds into your account, which was caused by me because of breach of agreement between me and your so called partners.
>
> They agreed that they would give me the sum of US$200,000 (CASH) on my acceptance to assist them transfer the funds into your account. As I made some fruitful efforts on the business and demanded my US$200,000.00 as agreed. Your partners deviated from the agreement and decided to outsmart me and go through the International Remittance Department - IRD, not knowing that the IRD is under my control. I got the knowledge of their evil plans and proved their efforts abortive. That was why you may have been pursing this payment, spending unnecessary funds to some fraudulent individuals and impostors who claimed to be in charge.
>
> I am also aware that they now contact you and parade themselves as staffs and managements of various banks, some even claim to be Barristers of different kinds and some also go as far as claim to be me Dr. David George . They are all deceiving them selves and will not be able to get the funds out the African Development Bank Group ADB as far as I am concerned. I henceforth advice you to suspend any dealings from any group of person(s) either from the This bank or any other financial institution / parastatals in Nigeria , any part of Africa or overseas. And also on no account must you let them know of my contact with you. The fund which you are the rightful beneficiary, is still floating in your names in ADB and under my control, waiting for a proper documentation and claim. Now with my whole heart I want to enter into real business with you on a sincere agreement. 1. On an agreement, I assure you that I will transfer the funds US$3.9 million into
> your account. ( Three million nine hundred thousand US dollars ). That is the original sum, not previous as mentioned by your so called partners.
>
> 2. You will assure me of keeping my dealings with you to an utmost secrecy because of my position in the government.
>
> 3. You will promise to remit 30% of the total funds to me as soon as the fund gets into your account with a written promissory note signed by you. Thanks for adhering to this instruction. As soon as you receive this email, contact me via my private mail: mrdavid_george@hotmail.com
>
> I await your favourable response for more details.
>
> God bless you.
>
> Mr. David George .
> Head Of Operations.
> African Development Bank Group (ADB)

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