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: MR. LAMIDO SANUSI NEW CBN GOVERNOR <everly5@wjla94y1u.homepage.t-online.de>
> To:
> Date: Sunday, October 11, 2009, 6:21 PM
> To all existing contract payment/
> inheritance Beneficiaries in Nigeria, (HEART OF AFRICA)
> Sir / Madam,
> This is to inform you and the general public that the Apexl
> Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N) now has a new face and a new leader.
> I am the new Executive Governor of C.B.N. Mr. Sanusi Lamido
> A. Sanusi. I am here to re-brand CBN and correct all the
> unprofessional and financial irregularities caused by the
> formal governor of CBN Prof. Charles C. Soludo
> Breaking News! Prof. Charles C. Soludo has been arrested by
> the Economic & Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) for
> destroying the lives of innocent people who called for the
> release of their contract payment's and inheritance
> beneficiaries. He has scammed not less than 20 people
> claiming to release their funds and was requesting for
> illegal fees such as delivery fee and documentation fees.
> Shortly after his interrogation with the men of the EFCC, he
> will be charged to court and the law will take it cause.
> As the new appointed Governor of CBN, my duties are to
> ensure that your payment gets to you.
> I have crosschecked the unattended files sent to my desk
> and the record shown that you have not received your funds.
> The amount recorded as your contract payment inheritance is
> 15.7 M..
> For your information, my mode of releasing your funds 15.7m
> will not be by Bank Draft or ATM, to avoid been ask to pay
> money to delivery company to sent the Draft /ATM card to
> you. As the new leader of C.B.N, I don't need anything that
> will dent my image because I am a very sincere and straight
> forward man who has come to clean all the mess caused by the
> formal governor and to put smiles in the face of those that
> lost so much money to this fraud man called. Prof. Charles
> Soludo
> To avoid processing your payment in Nigeria and start
> asking you to pay transfer charges or delivery fees, I want
> you to receive your money in CASH at Toronto, CANADA. The
> 15.7 m will be packaged in Trunk box as a consignment and
> delivered to Canada by a trusted diplomat.
> NOTE: If you are not willing to go to Canada to receive
> your payment after a long time sufferings in the hands of
> fraudsters, then I will know that you are not yet ready to
> claim your funds and perhaps may not be the rightful
> beneficiary of the fund.
> Before I proceed with your payment, I will re-check your
> information's to be sure that I contacted the right person,
> therefore, forward the below information
> (1) Full names and current residential address
> (2) Personal cell phone / house phone
> (3) Company name and Position
> (4) Age
> (5) Attached ID CARD or passport
> As soon as I receive the above information's, I will email
> you the payment schedule and inform you the date of the
> delivery to enable you make arrangement to travel to
> Toronto. Canada and receive your 15.7m in CASH.
> Lastly, if you insist on BANK TRANSFER by requesting that
> the funds should be wired into your account, then you should
> be ready to bear the cost of transfer which is 00.1% of
> 15.7m.
> Thanks,
> Mr. Lamido Sanusi
> New Executive Governor (C. B.N)


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