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 From: "Desmond Samkelo" <dsamkelo@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2009 4:50 PM
Subject: From: Desmond

> From: Desmond Samkelo
> Phone: +27-71-082-4945
> Email: 27115075216samkelo@gmail.com
> Request for Confidential Business Relationship
> First, I must solicit your confidence in this transaction. I am a high
> placed official working with Department of Finance (& Economic Affairs), in
> Cape Town South Africa. I and two other colleagues are currently in need of
> a silent foreign partner whose identity we can use to transfer the sum of
> Thirty Two Million Five Hundred Thousand U.S. dollars. This fund accrued
> legitimately to us as commission from foreign contracts, through our private
> connections.
> The fund is presently waiting to be remitted from ABSA bank here in South
> Africa to any overseas beneficiary confirmed by us as associate/receiver. By
> virtue of our positions as civil servants in my country, we cannot acquire
> this money in our names. Because as high placed civil servants, we are not
> allowed by the civil service code of conduct to own or operate bank accounts
> outside of our shores. On the other hand, it is not safe for us to keep the
> money here due to unstable political environment.
> I have been mandated as a matter of trust by my colleagues, to look for an
> overseas silent partner who could work with us to facilitate transfer of
> this fund for our mutual benefit, hence the reason for this message. What I
> am requesting from you is: (1) to be our silent partner and receive the
> funds as the sole benefactor to the contract amount which we shall secure
> all legal documentation to authenticate our claim. (2) Provide a private
> telephone and fax number for easy communication under your control
> .(3)Receive the funds as the beneficiary, take out your commission and keep
> the rest of the money until I arrive there to meet you after the transfer is
> completed.
> My proposal is that after you receive the funds, it would be shared as
> follows: (1) 15% to you as commission for your co-operation and assistance
> in facilitating the transfer, while the remaining 85% belongs to me and two
> colleagues. You will be free to take out your commission immediately after
> the money hits your country. Since our objective is to invest the money in a
> foreign country, it would be appreciated if you could also help us with
> advices and direction on investing into profitable/lucrative ventures in
> your country for an additional 3%.
> However, this is optional, and if it is not convenient for you to further
> assist us with investing the money, we can end our cooperation after you
> make available to us our part of the money. The transaction, although
> discrete, is legitimate and the money will be transferred successfully with
> all necessary back-up official documents showing legitimate source/origin of
> fund. The transfer will be affected within a period not longer than two
> weeks as soon as we reach an agreement and you furnish me with a suitable
> response indicating your interest for processing the transfer. However, I plead with
> you on one issue, whether you are interested or not, kindly do not expose
> this information to any one else.
> I confirm that the transaction is legitimate and without any risks either to
> us or yourself. Please, give me your response immediately by return mail through my
> alternate email: 27115075216samkelo@gmail.com
> Yours Faithfully,
> Desmond Samkelo.


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