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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Mr Date: Thu 5 Feb 2009



I am Dr. Muhtar Mansur, the new Minister for Finance, Federal Republic
of Nigeria. I write to notify you on the circumstances surrounding the
non-receipt of your contract funds hitherto. After assuming office as
the minister for finance, I have to go to the archive to verify
documents on all unpaid contract funds. I noticed that there is
absence of a Non- Resident Payment Clearance/Receipt in your file. The
absence of this vital document is the final evidence that may be you
did not execute the contract as you claimed.

I hope you know that this present administration is new: the contract
in question was supposedly awarded to you during the inglorious
military regime. Although we are bound as a government to take up
liabilities of our predecessors in government, it has to be treated
with circumspect. On this premise therefore, I wish to inform you
that, I, as the Minister of Finance can pay out the funds to you once
you procure the Non- Resident Payment Clearance/Receipt document,
which is the final evidence to release your paymet to you.

So far you have been dealing with so many people who claim to be
officials of government and officials of so many banks in Nigeria, all
in the bid to receive the funds. But I am telling you categorically
that your dealings are all at your peril; because no one of those
people has ever told you that your papers are not up to date. All they
tell you is that they will
transfer your funds once you have paid for this or that; leaving the
vital area out, which is the ratification of the contract itself.

I wish to advise you henceforth to stop communications with any person
or bank whatsoever; because your dealings with them will not translate
into any cash to you. Also the government of Nigeria has also not
appointed any Offshore Payment center in
any country to act on its behalf in making payment to you. Your funds
will be transferred directly from my office here in Nigeria into your
bank as soon as you procure the document. The cost of issuing the
document is: $3,450 only). Please stop thinking that you will receive
your funds without dully obtaining the Non- Resident Payment
Clearance/Receipt. I am stating this fact categorically clear to you
so that you know where problem is coming from.

I wish you will take the necessary step to resolve the limitation
surrounding non-receipt of your funds.

Yours faithfully,

Dr. Muhktar Mansur
Minister for Finance
Tell: 2347066647968

Mr From: dr.muktarmansur@yahoo.com

What do you mean by scam that you were told? Please there's noting like that.

Listen, you are not paying any fee for the transfer of your payment,
rather what you are paying is for Non- Resident Payment
Clearance/Receipt which is not in your files. Had been that you have
it your fund will be transferred without request of anything.

Immediately you paid this $3,450 your fund will be transferred into
your account. Don't allow anybody to deceive you, I have told you that
I saw your name in our paying list that I meet in office.

Yours faithfully,

Dr. Muhktar Mansur
Minister for Finance
Tell: 2347066647968


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