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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> From Mrs. Susan Shabangu
> Deputy Minister of safety & security,
> South
> Africa .Tel: 27-78-33-17-554
> E-mail: shabangumrs55@gmail.com�����������������������������������
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> Dear Sir/Madam
> First, let me start by introducing myself as Mrs.Susan
> Shabangu, a mother of three children and the deputy
> minister of safety and security since 29th April 1996 to
> date under the auspices of the president of South Africa Mr. Thabo
> Mbeki.
> After due deliberation with my children, I decided to
> contact you for your assistance in standing as a beneficiary
> to the sum of us$30.m (Thirty million, united states
> dollars only) you can view my profile at my website
> www.gov.za click on, contact
> information,then click on deputy minister, and click on
> safety and security finally,click on my name Susan shabangu
> and read about me. The proposal, after the swearing in
> ceremony making me the deputy minister of safety and
> security, my husband Mr. Ndelebe Shabangu died while he was
> on an official trip to Trinidad and Tobago in 1996.
> After his death, i discovered that he had some funds in a
> dollar account which amounted to the sum of us$30.m with a
> security and finance institution in south africa of which i
> will divulge information to you when i get your full consent
> and support to go for a change of beneficiary and subsequent
> transfer of the funds into you a comfortable and conducive
> account of your choice.
> This fund emanated as a result of an over-invoiced contract
> which he executed with the government of south africa
> .Though i assisted him in getting this contract but i never
> knew that it was over-invoiced by him.I am afraid that the
> government of south africa might start to investigate on
> contracts awarded from 1990 to date.If they discover this
> money in his bank account, they will confiscate it and seize
> his assets here in south africa and this will definitely
> affect my political career in government.
> I want your assistance in opening an account with bankers
> through my banker so that this fund could be wired into your
> account directly without any hitch. As soon as the fund gets
> to your account, you are expected to move it immediately
> into another personal bank account in your
> country.
> I will see to it that the account is not traced from South
> Africa . As soon as you have confirmed the fund into your
> account, I will send my eldest son with my attorney to come
> to your country to discuss on business investments. For your
> assistance, I am offering you 25% you have to assure me and
> also be ready to go into agreement with me that you will not
> elope with my fund. If you agree to my terms, kindly as a
> matter of urgency send me an email. Due to my sensitive
> position in the South African government.
> Please do not call on the office line, because of the
> sensitivity of this transaction except of the above direct
> line; you can contact my son Mr��Alex Shabangu
> direct line +27-78-33-17-554, I prefer you send me email
> than call. All correspondence must be by email to my private
> email address,shabanguforthefamily55@gala.net�
> If you want to speak with my banker, that is fine and okay
> by me. You will have to send down you private telephone /fax
> number so that I can forward it to him to reach you from
> time to time this is for security reasons. Please I do not
> need to remind you of the need for absolute confidentiality
> of this transaction must succeed. If you do not feel
> comfortable with this transaction, do not hesitate to
> discontinue.
> �
> Thanks�for your anticipated co-operation
> and my regards to your family.
> Susan
> Shabangu
> Dept. Minister safety & security


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