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: kinross4@dragnet.com.au
> Subject: Re: Your deserved reward.
> Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 19:30:53 +0800
> Hello my good friend,
> I am sorry that I have not contacted you for long time. The reason is that I lost your
> contact. As I was checking my emails this morning, I suprisingly saw your address on
> my address book and decided to renew our communications.
> Though you might have forgotten me, but you are still in my mind because of your past
> commitments and efforts during our transactions. The good news is that I succeeded in
> moving the funds out from Africa with an assistance of an Australian partner, I am in
> Australia now with my new partner investing on refinery and I deemed it necessary to
> compensate you for your little efforts during the process of transferring the funds,
> though you quitted along the line but I consider your little efforts so valuable which
> needs to be rewarded.
> To this effect, I have already signed the sum of One Million United State dollars
> (US$1,000,000) to you and advised my old clerk to inform you anytime you get in
> contact with him. Kindly contact him immediately and advise him on where and how you
> choose to receive the funds. You have to do this urgently because my old clerk
> informed me about his recent plans to relocate to Europe.
> Lest you have forgotten his contact, below is his name and address again:
> Attn: Mr. Tenbit Luiz
> E-mail: luizclerk@gmail.com
> I am very busy here and I don't check my emails very often, but feel free to update me
> when you receive the funds and also remind me of your residential address and nearest
> airport to you so I can fly to meet with you for celebration when I complete my
> investment project here.
> Have a wonderful day, once again I want to thank you for your little support during
> the transaction.
> Regards.
> Mr. Steven James

Mr Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 15:29:30 +0100
From: luizclerk@gmail.com


I have not heard from you for a long time over the delivery of the check.

Well, I want to inform you that I am relocating to Europe this weekend and it is a pity that you have not received your US$1 million check that was confided to me by Mr. Steve, considering the validity of the check and my relocation to Europe this weekend, I found it necessary to look for alternative and fast solution to get you this fund before the expiration of the check which is this week, this is why I contacted a friend of mine who is a bank manager in one of the commercial banks here, after explaining the situations to him, he felt pity and introduced me to a bank who accepted to discount the check and transfer same as cash into any bank of your choice. I have deposited the check with the bank.

You have to contact the bank with your bank information so both of you will open communication and you know what they require to get the funds wired into your nominated bank

Contact the bank with detail information below:


Whether you believe it or not, I have tried my best to put smiles into your face and do not forget to compensate me when the funds arrive into your designated bank account. The rest is in your hands.

Have a nice day and goodluck. I will contact you when I safely arrive Europe with my family, there we will communicate and I know the situation of things.

Mr. Tenbit Luiz
Mr > Subject: WIRE TRANSFER.................Complete your information
> Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 16:12:20 +0200
> From: customer-service@ecowafin.com
> Attn: Sir,
> Kindly download the attached document herein to read your letter.
> Your immediate response to the letter will enable us transfer your funds
> within 48 banking hours.
> Regards,
> Mrs Favour Vividier
> Customer Service Unit
> Ecowas Financial Bank (E F B) -Benin
> Tel/fax: +229 93 02 86 24
Mr > Subject: RE: WIRE TRANSFER.................Complete your information
> Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 16:50:04 +0200
> From: customer-service@ecowafin.com
> We have received your email with your banking details.
> Meanwhile, before we could commence on the transfer, could you send us a
> copy of your valid identity to enable us confirm that we are making
> transfer to the rightful beneficiary.
> Regards,
> Mrs Favour Vividier
> Customer Service Unit
> E F B-Benin
> Tel/fax: +229 93 02 86 24

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