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: Jerry Fang <effiziv@bezeqint.net>
Date: Tuesday, 27 January, 2009, 7:02 PM

Jan 26th, 2009

13.00 [CET]

Greeting to you,


First, I must insist on your confidence in this transaction I am about to
propose to you. I am Mr. Jerry Fang, former branch assistant manager of
the Bank of China, Kaiping Branch and I am making this contact with you
based on reliable information available to me courtesy of internet
business index and confirmed by our local chambers of commerce and
industry.. Thus I believe that you maybe be capable to provide me with a
solution to a money transfer transaction of huge sums of money (amount not
stated for security reasons)


Please note that I would require a measure of guarantee prior to
commencement, as I am hoping to build our trust on sincerity of purpose
and mutual understanding. Please also do not under estimate the need for
total confidentiality throughout the course of this transaction. You may
use these links for some information:


Toward the end of my service with Bank of China where I worked for many
years, several of my colleagues and I set up companies with which we
successfully secured loans for speculation in Hong Kong and Singapore
stocks and real estate. We did this because it had dawned on us that we
were paid barely enough to feed our families while top Government
officials control billions of dollars. The bank along with regulatory
authorities from China and Hong Kong started an investigation into the
losses of money and as a result a few of my colleagues and I went into
hiding and have settled ourselves and our families.

Due to my positions as being involved with the initial investigation, i
cannot come forward to receive my share of the money which has been
deposited in the Hong Kong branch of the bank. I do not wish to leave the
money unattended for much longer for fear that it might be discovered. I
hereby solicit your assistance to help take delivery of these funds into
your custody, and you will be adequately compensated with 20% of the sum.
Note that the total monies involved between my colleague and I totalled
over Four hundred and eighty five million United States dollars. It is my
intention therefore having your understanding and co-operation that you
invest most of my share of the funds in your country and in commercial
real estate as well as low risk stocks and bonds on my behalf for a few
years and my projection is to conclude transfer of funds latest 21 working
days from date of receipt of the intentions to
assist me.

Please contact me if interested thus signifying your capability and
willingness to enable me give you additional details on our proposed
course of action for getting these funds to you 100% risk free. Again I
look forward to doing business with you and solicit your utmost
confidentiality in this transaction.

Thanks as I look forward to a long lasting business relationship with you.

Yours faithfully,
Jerry Fang


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