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: TUNDE LEMO <tundelemo@optusnet.com.au>
Date: Friday, January 9, 2009, 7:14 PM

Attn: Honorable Beneficiary,
I am Mr. Tunde Lemo, Board Member and Deputy Governor, Financial Sector Surveillance, Central Bank of Nigeria. We are currently investigating your payment under the auspices of the Joint Regulatory Commission of the Presidency and NDIC. Incidentally, we have discovered during the course of the investigation that the agencies that were responsible for your payment settlement have lost credibility. This is because the credit facility extended to them for the said payment has since expired, and as a result are unable to offset your fund. They have resorted to charging you all forms of fees and advance payments to no avail.
NDIC, being the agency responsible for underwriting the guarantee for your claim has therefore, called for the re-transmittal of your funds from offshore credit. Under the Joint Regulatory Commission, we have adopted a new payment scheme for immediate remittance of the approved sum of US$8,300.000.00 of your funds through our correspondence bank in Asia.
By this arrangement, you are not required to travel to anywhere outside your country before your funds reach your account. Your funds originated from a legitimate claim here. It is not possible for you to be paid from Africa and UK through direct wire transfer to your local bank account because because of the new Financial Policy introduced by the New Government, hence your payment has now been routed through one of our correspondence bank in Asia. You must therefore, stop all contact with those people claiming to have access to your funds in Nigeria or London with immediate effect to avoid further complication in releasing your fund to you.
We are working under the auspices of the Joint Regulatory Commission, and we intend to clear all foreign outstanding payment with this new payment scheme before the end of the 1st quarter of the fiscal year 2009.
Right now we have arranged that your payment would be released to you through our correspondence bank in south-east Asia. Due to the various discrepancy on the course of releasing your fund to you, you are hereby advised to reconfirm your current contact details as you will be required to issue new approvals from our office here which will be forwarded to our affiliate bank in south-east Asia for them to start processing your payment.
Reconfirm the followings
1) Your full names
2) Current Phone, fax and mobile numbers.
3) Current Contact Address (Office or Residential)
4) Current Occupation
Email me back as soon as you reecive this important notification so that I would inform you about the procedures necessary to have your payment released to you without further delay.
Mr. Tunde Lemo (Board Member)
Deputy Governor, Financial Sector Surveillance
Central Bank of Nigeria
From: Lemo Tunde <lemotunde2009@yahoo.com.hk>
Date: Friday, January 9, 2009, 10:05 PM

We have to follow the due process to avoid any uncertainty in the future regarding the release of your payment.I have gone through your payment release file and I will do everything possible to make sure your payment would be finally approved for release. Normally you are supposed to make some payment for your Payment Release Approval Document and Fund Legality Document respectively but this office will ensure that these documents are secured on your behalf without you making any payment to Nigeria.

As a matter of fact, your fund will be paid to you through the Federal Government Reserved Forex Account with our Correspondence Bank in South-East Asia. I urge you to take this opportunity as a golden one to enable you have your fund after all the set backs this have experienced. Today I have decided to open your eyes to true facts, which is why you are getting this message. Though I've been appointed officially to clean up the present mess and make sure beneficiaries receive their fund, I only pick on cases I deem genuine. Yours appears to be genuine to me. There is a very high rate of corruption not just out here in Nigeria and UK, but in the globe as a whole, which has eaten deep and taken over most important human values so you must have to verify from this office if you receive any email from anyone claiming to have access to the release of your payment here in Nigeria or UK.

Meanwhile I will appreciate any information in respect to assisting the Federal Government of Nigeria in picking up some of these individuals that are misdirecting beneficiaries over how to go about collection of their payment.
I would submit application on your behalf for the FUND LEGALITY DOCUMENT and PAYMENT APPROVAL DOCUMENT to be issued in your favour and would send copies to you once they are ready. To this effect, it is necessary that you scan and send as attachment any of the following (a copy of your international passport OR drivers license OR your most recent utility bills) as it would be required to file the application on your behalf.

It is important I hear from you today. Confirm receipt of this email so that I would be sure that you did receive it and make sure you send any of the above mentioned identification within the next 48 hours.


Mr. Tunde Lemo (Board Member)
Deputy Governor, Financial Sector Surveillance
Central Bank of Nigeria

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