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: Mr. Colin Alderman <alderman00@gmail.com>
> Subject: [Spam] Personal Email (1st April 2009)
> To:
> Received: Thursday, April 2, 2009, 7:49 AM
> Colin Alderman
> Partner
> Barlow Robbins LLP
> 55 Quarry Street, Merseyside
> Liverpool, L25 6EZ.
> Direct Tel: +44 703 180 6846
> Good Day ,
> This is a personal email directed to you and I request that
> it be treated as such.
> I am Barrister Colin Alderman, a solicitor at law. I am the
> personal attorney/sole executor to the late Mr. Dickson,
> hereinafter referred to as’ my client' who worked as
> an independent oil magnate in my country and who died in a
> car crash with his immediate family on the 4th of Oct,1998.
> Since the death of my client in Oct, 1998, I have written
> several letters to the embassy with intent to locate any of
> his extended relatives whom shall be claimants/beneficiaries
> of his abandoned personal estate and all such efforts have
> been to no avail.
> Moreover, I have received official letters in the last few
> weeks suggesting a likely proceeding for confiscation of his
> abandoned personal assets in line with existing laws by the
> bank in which my client deposited the sum of 30 million
> pounds.
> On this note I decided to search for a credible person and
> finding that you bear a similar last name, I was urged to
> contact you, that I may, with your consent, present you to
> the "trustee" bank as my late client's
> surviving family member so as to enable you put up a claim
> to the bank in that capacity as a next of kin of my client.
> I find this possible for the fuller reasons that you bear a
> similar last name with my client making it a lot easier for
> you to put up a claim in that capacity. I propose that 50%
> of the net sum will accrue to you at the conclusion of this
> deal in so far as I do not incur further expenses.
> Therefore, to facilitate the immediate transfer of this
> fund, you need, first to contact me via email signifying
> your interest and as soon as I obtain your confidence, I
> will immediately appraise you with the complete details as
> well as fax you the documents, with which you are to proceed
> and i shall direct on how to put up an application to the
> bank.
> HOWEVER, you will have to assent to an express agreement
> which I will forward to you in order to bind us in this
> transaction.
> Upon the receipt of your reply, I will send you by fax or
> E-mail the next step to take. I will not fail to bring to
> your notice that this proposal is hitch-free and that you
> should not entertain any fears as the required arrangements
> have been made for the completion of this transfer. Like I
> said, I require only a solemn confidentiality on this.
> Best regards,
> Colin Alderman.


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