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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Mrs > From: Miss Nybol Henry <nybolhenry@live.com>
> Subject: Hello My Dearest
> Date: Thursday, October 8, 2009, 2:01 PM

> Hello My Dearest,
> Thank you very much for your time in writing to me,
> I really appreciate your kind gesture to assist me. Few
> words about me to let
> you know why I need your help so badly;
> My name is Nybol Henry, 23yrs
> old, 5'5'' tall and the first daughter of my
> parents from a family of five (5)
> inclusive of my father and mother. I had 2 younger
> brothers- Wilson and James of
> ages 12 and 15 respectively. My father- Dr. Henry Hani, was
> the Managing
> Director of Sudanese Boost Co. Ltd company of importing
> Machineries &
> Equipments for Industry in Sudan and my mother happens to
> be a
> teacher.
> It wasn’t up to 2 months I gained admission into the
> University
> of Khartoum, Faculty of Law that these nightmares of mine
> began. I lost both of
> my parents and my younger brother James on the same day. My
> other brother Wilson
> and I managed to escape but unfortunately he couldn’t
> make it as luck ran out of
> him when he got hit by a stray bullet. I couldn’t help it
> but cry as he was my
> only family alive. I felt so devastated and depressed as I
> have lost virtually
> everything I had including my school certificates and my
> passport. The only hope
> I had to live for a better life was the certificate of
> deposit and my late
> father’s Will. Whatever the struggle I went through, I
> always ensured nothing
> separates me from these documents as my life depends on it
> right now.
> I
> was able to enter Dakar Senegal with the help of one sister
> by name Mariam. I
> wasn’t having a passport on me, no vaccination card and
> no traveling allowances.
> I needed to pay 15000F CFA for stamping and the immigration
> officers needed
> proves that I had up to 50000F CFA on me as BTA. These I
> don’t have but thank
> God for Mariam, she helped me out and that was the last
> time we ever saw each
> other. Immediately I crossed into Senegal, I asked for
> directions and I went
> directly to the refugee camp with the hope that things
> would be much easier for
> me but I was wrong, as the situation of things are getting
> more worsen so I
> decided to look for a means out of this place.
> Please, I don’t mean to
> get you bored with these stories of mine. I am only telling
> you all these so you
> can understand what I have gone through. Two days without
> food, no shelter,
> nobody to confide in and nobody to trust. Life has been
> very unfair to us from
> this part of the world and particularly unfair to me for
> all that I have been
> through.
> LIFE IN THE CAMP. Just like I have earlier said, life is
> very
> difficult here as you we are been subjected to hard labor.
> I like been alone as
> everybody in here need help. So what is the need of
> confiding in someone whom
> you know very well cannot be of help to you?
> The only person I told my
> story is the Rev Father here in the camp, although I never
> mentioned anything to
> him concerning my late father’s funds for security
> reasons. He allowed me use
> his office computer 2 times a day to check and send email.
> Inside the camp, we
> are not allowed access to phones so if you must call me,
> then you have to call
> the Rev Father’s phone line and he would send for me to
> come and answer your
> call. Here’s his phone number +(221) 76-867-5020. When
> you call, please tell him
> you would like to speak with Nybol Henry from Sudan.
> The deposit certificate of my late father stated that the
> initial
> amount deposited was $7.5M USD with the Attijari Bank Plc
> here in Senegal and
> that was what prompted me towards escaping to Senegal to
> seek political asylum
> so I would be more closer to my funds.
> I have made just one contact with
> the bank as to how I can get my funds, however, I was
> advised by the management
> of the bank to get a foreign trustee who will help me
> receive the funds as my
> present situation as a refugee does not allow me to such
> rights. To this note, I
> contacted you.
> I am planning to leave this camp
> and this country in whole. I want to secure my funds and I
> want to continue my
> education. I want to start my life all over again and
> forget I ever went through
> these pains. I know it’s very hard but with time, I will
> definitely get over it.
> Please I would want you to be sincere with me and answer
> the following
> question;
> SO CAN I TRUST YOU? Just like them saying- Trust everyone;
> just don’t trust the
> devil inside them.
> Please understand that I really need your complete
> assistance as I don’t have access to my late father’s
> funds because of my
> present status as a refugee so I was advised by the bank
> where my father made
> this deposit to get a foreign representative whom I can
> trust to help me receive
> my funds. As soon as I receive your email with response to
> my questions, I shall
> inform you of your information which I would need.
> Thereafter, I shall send to
> the bank a Letter of Authorization given them my consent to
> release my funds to
> you as my trustee and foreign representative.
> I really appreciate your
> concern. I want people to take the better part of me all
> time and feel happy, I
> love music and I like dancing too. I don't like
> dishonest people and I don't
> like problems. I believe each day God sends His angels to
> guide us. We don't
> expect to see them with wings, or with halo flying above
> their heads. Instead,
> they come in disguise and we call them friends. Thank you
> for being an angel to
> me! You brighten my day. I would like to know more about
> you. Your likes and
> dislikes, your hobbies and cares, what you are doing
> presently. My dear good
> friend I will appreciate it if I can see your picture
> photographs in your next
> email to me. I attach here my picture for you, though I
> don’t see myself to be
> that photogenic but my friends back then in school say I am
> beautiful, I hope
> you wouldn't mind. May joy that you treasure and the
> beautiful memories fill
> your life with warmth, happiness and pleasure. May God
> bless you.
> I do
> hope I can count on you as I can’t afford to lose my fund
> as that is the only
> thing I have left. May God guide and protect you as I wait
> to hear from you
> soonest.
> Yours respectfully,
> Nybol
> **kisses***


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