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: PROF.CHUWKUMA SOLUDO <suecater@optusnet.com.au>
> Subject: Your Fund Has Been Approved For Transfer
> To:
> Received: Thursday, March 26, 2009, 5:03 AM
> Attn:Beneficiary,
> Following series of petitions and complaints received from
> the International Monetary Funds (IMF) about Nigerians on
> behalf all the foreign beneficiaries of over due contract /
> inheritance funds, and based on our own investigation on
> foreign payment matters, we are glad to inform you that we
> are aware of the illegal contact/dealing made to you by some
> impersonators claiming to be Attorneys, Bank Officials and
> Directors of different Offices in the Nigerian Government.
> Recently, we received a report that you have been dealing
> with some dubious people from Nigeria which resulted to your
> spending so much money on several occasion to these people.
> You are therefore advised to STOP further dealings with
> these people as they are trying to divert your funds from
> the records of outstanding CONTRACTORS / INHERITANCE due for
> payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria, your name /
> company was discovered as next on the list of the
> outstanding contractors/Inheritors who have not received
> their payments.
> Based on these unscrupulous elements that are trying to use
> this project as an avenue to scam innocent people off their
> hard earned money by impersonating the Executive Governor
> and the Central Bank office, I am also pleased to inform you
> that a man by name Mr. Joe Richardson from New York
> submitted a duly signed power of attorney by you and his
> receiving bank account information as stated below through
> his local representative claiming that you authorized him to
> receive your approved funds.
> Bank Name: ......... JP Morgan Chase
> Bank Address: ...... 3917 Lake Ave. Rochester, NY, 14617
> U.S.A
> Account Number- ... 2742725795
> Routing number- .... 022300173
> Beneficiary: ........... Joe Richardson Contracting
> As a result of this, your response is needed urgently for
> confirmation before the transfer will be effected to the
> above stated account information, because your payment is
> being processed and will be released to you as soon as you
> respond to this letter.
> Also note that from my record and the file submitted to my
> office by the Office of the United Nation Monitoring Unit
> London, the total of Ten Million United States Dollars
> (US$10, 000,000.00) has been approved by the Federal
> Government of Nigerian in collaboration with the United
> Nation's Monitoring Unit, London, to pay you as the part
> payment of your outstanding contract/inheritance payment in
> this First Quarter Payments of this fiscal year 2009, while
> your balance will be paid during the Second payment quarter
> of 2009.
> Therefore, prior to this payment arrangement, you are
> hereby requested to re-confirm to this office the following
> information if you did not authorize anybody of such to
> receive the funds on your behalf and to enable our security
> operatives arrest these culprits:
> 1) Your full names and mailing address (P.O Box is not
> accepted)....
> 2) Phone, fax and mobile .....................
> 3) Company's name, position and address...........
> 4) Profession,sex,age and marital status...........
> 5) Working Id/Int'l passport copy................
> 6) Your full bank account informations..........
> As soon as the above stated informations are received, your
> payment will be made to you in a Certified Bank Draft or
> transferred to your nominated Bank account through
> international Telegraphic Transfer (TT) directly from
> Central Bank of Nigeria. And thereafter, a copy of the
> transfer slip will be sent to you for your up taking to your
> Bank for confirmation.
> Note that the earlier you respond to this mail, the better
> for immediate transfer of your over due contract/inheritance
> funds to your nominated bank account.
> Thanks, and we regret any inconveniences this might have
> caused you.
> Regards,
> Prof. Chukwuma C. Soludo
> Executive Governor,
> Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)


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