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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Mrs > From: sandra collins <s_c4u1@yahoo.com>
> Subject: Dear Friend,
> Date: Saturday, 28 March, 2009, 9:32 PM
> Dear
> Friend,
> Thank you for your prompt�mail to the mail which has
> raised my confidence levels when dealing with a new person
> whom i have never seen before. It is nice to know that you
> have interest in me in spite of the age difference.
> I am a very young and attractive lady from western part of
> Africa . I am�Sandra
> Collins�by name 23 yrs of
> age, 172cm by height and 59kg by weight. I hope you are a
> highly respected personality with records of proven
> integrity and God fearing. Mysteries has gone in my life
> while life become restless for me in this western part of
> Africa months back when i lost my
> daddy with result of poison confirmed by the medical
> doctor in the hospital where he breath his last breath.
> My father was a wealthy merchant dealing with cocoa
> business both local and abroad. He took advantage of his
> business to keep the sum of Ten Million Five Hundred
> Thousand US dollars ($10.5m) in a Bank here in Abidjan for
> onward transfer before he was call to glory. Interestingly,
> he used me as his next of kin and also has in my position
> the original proof of deposit issued to him by bank
> authority.
> He recovered this money from his business but suddenly a
> trouble began when my uncle suspect that my father is not
> disclosing all his affairs to him as before. This mistrust
> began when he discovered that my father is proposing a new
> cocoa firm with one of leading company here in Abidjan
> Coted'Ivoire.
> As a result of this threaten my father decided to withdrawn
> all his money from the company account and safe it in a bank
> for
> transfer which i was used as next of kin to the said fund.
> My late father was later poisoning according to the medical
> result from the hospital where he was rushed to for medical
> attention.
> But before his death he revealed to me the reasons of his
> being hatred and explain to me in details about the said
> fund he keep into a bank and he gave to me all the necessary
> proof for reference. Due to the over thinking my mother
> derives hypertension�and
> she died with the history of paralyzed 2 months after the
> death of my late Daddy.
> He instructed me that if he dies, that I should look for a
> foreign partner of my choice to help me claim this fund
> because of political problem we
> have in my country after we have both agree to be
> husband/business partner. Since then I was out of school and
> went into hiding which make me not to complete my education.
> I know quite alright that we have not see or meet each other
> but with faith and clear mind i am disclosing to you details
> of myself which i believe it will turns to real and long
> term relationship soon.
> I promise to offer you 20% of the total fund and pay you
> back all expenses you may spend during processing if you may
> agree to bear the expenses that we be needed. If you find
> this proposal interesting, do forward to me urgently your
> full name, address, telephone/fax number and the photo page
> of your international passport, and your account number
> information which I shall use to apply to the bank for
> change of ownership to your name and particulars as my
> accredited representative which on approval shall authorize
> you to stand in and claim the said fund.
> I shall also
> furnish you with details of the bank with the proof of the
> fund immediately i have read your positive response. I will
> like you to tell me your best opinion concerning this matter
> and free to ask anything you may decide to know in details.
> I shall be waiting to read from you, with lots of affection
> i am saying happy nice day. Thanks
> you
> Yours faithfully,
> Sandra


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