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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Mr > From: Mrs Janet Adams <janetadams@hotmail.com>
> To:
> Date: Monday, August 11, 2008, 6:12 PM
> Tinubu square, Lagos- Nigeria.
> Our ref: Cbn/Ohg/Oxd1/2008
> Your ref: ...............................
> Telex: Cenbank.
> Payment file: Cbn/Ben/08.
> Attn: Beneficiary,
> I am Mrs Janet Adams, the secretary to Alhaji Suleiman
> Barau; the Deputy Governor OF Operations of the central bank
> of Nigeria (C.B.N), the central bank of Nigeria is the
> parent bank of all commercial banks here in Nigeria. I was
> instructed to initiate contact with you by my boss, Deputy
> Governor,Of Operationsof the central bank of Nigeria (C.B.N)
> on an urgent issue, kindly note that your funds were
> re-called and re-deposited into the "federal suspense
> account" of the C.B.N last week, because you did not
> forward your claim as the right beneficiary.
> My boss Deputy Governor,Of Operations the central bank of
> Nigeria (C.B.N), was visited in his office by three
> gentlemen today, really these men were unexpected by him
> because their visit was impromptu. He had to ask them why
> they came to see him in person and they said that they came
> to collect the inheritance/ contract funds bill sum of
> us$11.5 million which rightfully belongs to you as shown in
> your file with us, on your behalf and by your authorization.
> Note that they actually tendered some vital documents which
> proved that you actually sent them for the collection of
> these funds. Below is list of the documents which they
> tendered to this bank today:
> 1. Letter of administration.
> 2. High court injunction.
> 3. Order to release.
> Due to the nature of his job, he cannot afford to make
> any mistake in releasing these funds to anyone except you
> who is the recognized true beneficiary to these funds. Note
> that my boss has asked these men to come back tomorrow so he
> can verify this fact from you first. Kindly clarify us on
> this issue before we make this payment to these foreigners
> whom came on your behalf.
> Please direct your response to the private email address of
> my boss, Alhaji Suleiman Barau, Deputy Governor,Of
> Operations the central bank of Nigeria CBN, below for
> quicker deliberation and response from him on the release of
> your funds to you. Please remember to indicate a phone
> number he can reach you on in your response Email:
> alhajisuleimanbarau@i12.com
> Note that for security reasons you have been assigned a
> code/password which is {TT7270CBN}, please note that this
> code is the reference number for your transfer and it’s
> being disclosed to you alone, guard this jealously and all
> your email response should carry this code as the subject.
> Yours faithfully,
> Mrs Janet Adams.
> Secretary.Of Deputy Governor,Of Operations
> Central bank of Nigeria
> Tinubu square, Lagos- Nigeria.

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