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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: MARIA STEVENS <stevens_mrs33@msn.com>
> Subject: Dear Friend,
> To:
> Date: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 6:44 AM
> Dear Friend,
> This letter might come to you as a surprise as we have not
> met before,but I believe that you would be compelled to help
> me after going through the contents of this letter. My name
> is Maria Del Carmen stevens a swedish,my meeting with Mr
> David Yendall Stevens in south africa led us into marriage.
> my husband Mr David stevens who is now late farmer and
> exporter of Tobacco in the Republic of zimbabwe,he was shot
> dead allegedly by ZANU-PF supporters in zimbabwe on 25th of
> april 2000 in the farm. You can confirm this by copying and
> pasting this link on your internet browser.or click on
> it:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/725643.stm,http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/818766.stmHe
> (Robert Mugabe) did not stop at that; he also went on to
> expel all White farmers in Zimbabwe. He implored the
> services of his war veterans to undertake this seizure. The
> war veterans have been accused (correctly) of being behind
> the violent occupation of white-owned commercial farms in
> which an estimated 70,000 farm workers have been displaced.
> At least, over hundreds white farmers and black settlers
> have been killed since the farm invasions began in February
> 2000.We have decided that we must see this problem to the
> end. Although we know that we are taking a great risk by
> staying here in Zimbabwe. At the Moment, our phone lines are
> bugged, and all our movements are being monitored by
> Zimbabwe’s (Robert Mugabe4s)secret Police. Therefore email
> is the safest means of communication for now. We (White
> farmers in Zimbabwe) have taken our case to the United
> Nations and even with the threats of transactions and the
> subsequent sanctions from the West against the Zimbabwean
> Authorities, Robert Mugabe (The president of Zimbabwe) still
> remains adamant. He is insisting that our farm land (some of
> which we bought with our money and most of which We
> inherited from our fathers) belongs to the (his) government
> of Zimbabwe.the government of zimbabwe has asked all
> white-farmers to give up their farms to black farmers or
> risk going to prison. So far, more than 1,400 white owned
> farms have been invaded and confiscated, as well as claiming
> the properties of the farmers.Also,about 133 white farmers
> were arrested for defying the orders to leave their farms
> under the controversial land reform program ofthe
> government, Since I could not keep the money in Zimbabwe, I
> used the services of a Diplomatic Courier Company to move
> this money (registered as official documents) out of
> Zimbabwe to Europe. At present, my money totaling
> US$28,750,000. (Twenty eight million, seven hundred and
> fifty thousand United States Dollars) is in Europe and
> hopefully, it would be paid into an offshore account. Can
> you help me? Are you trustworthy? Can you handle this money?
> Are you capable of handling this money? If you can, please
> contact me All you need to do is to claim this money from
> the Courier Company. You will be required to contact the
> Courier Company that moved this money (official documents)
> out of Zimbabwe and to Europe. All necessary particulars
> which can facilitate and enable you claim the money on my
> behalf will be forwarded to you as soon as your consent to
> proceed is received. For! your assistance, you will be
> entitled to 35% of the total sum. You are also obliged to
> help/advise on the proper and most convenient way of
> investing this money in your country, Hopefully, You will
> consider this request and respond positively.Yours
> Sincerely, Maria Stevens

 
     

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