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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On 2009-10-13 04:15:48 -0800 Felix Morgan Esq <mfelixmorganesq@yahoo.com.hk> wrote:

> Morgan Chambers and Associates
> Address: 101 Queens Terrace sw1y4nd,
> London, United Kingdom
> Good day,
> Please note that this letter is not scam or hoax mail and I urge you to treat
> it
> with the seriousness it deserves, although this medium (internet) has been
> greatly abused, but I chose to reach you through it because it remains the
> fastest, surest and most secured means of communication.
> I am Barrister Felix Morgan from Guangdong Province, China based in the
> United
> Kingdom. I am the personal attorney to Davies Perusich, an American who was
> a
> contractor with the Chinese Petroleum Mining Unit, who shall be referred to
> as my
> client. Unfortunately my client lost his life in a terrorist attack in
> Philippines on the 4th March, 2003
> (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/bomb-attack-kills-19-at-airport-in-philippines-599543.html)
> and left no clear beneficiary as Next of Kin except some vital documents
> related
> to the deposit still with me. All efforts by me to trace his Next of Kin
> proved
> abortive because he did not make any will prior to his death.
> I am contacting you to assist in claiming the money left behind by my late
> client
> before they get confiscated by the security company where this huge deposit
> were
> deposited. Particularly, the finance company where the deceased had the said
> fund
> valued at US$5,800,000.00 (Five Million Eight Hundred Thousand United Sates
> Dollars Only) has issued me a notice to provide the next of kin. Consequent
> upon
> this, my idea is that we can have a deal/agreement and I am going to do this
> legally with your name as the bona fide beneficiary of the amount in question
> as
> I have all legal documents to back our claim.
> I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin to the deceased so that
> the
> proceeds of this account valued at US$5,800,000.00 can be paid to your
> account
> abroad, note that 50% of this money will be for you, in respect to the
> provision
> of a foreign account and 50% would be for me as I have planned to come to
> your
> Country as soon as the transfer is completed.
> I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that
> will
> protect us from any breach of the law; all I need from you is your utmost
> collaboration and sincerity for us to thrive in this deal. Please kindly get
> back
> to me through my email address for confidentiality so that we can proceed
> with
> this transaction.
> Kind regards
> Felix Morgan Esq.


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