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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De: Charity Asikoh <charity_2093k@yahoo.com>
Enviado: viernes, 4 de septiembre, 2009 1:07:14
Asunto: my pictue

Dearest Love,
I am reaching you once again in order to make our contact reality. How are you nowdays? I hope fine. I am miss Charity Asikoh 23 years old, also undergraduate in general nursing before unfortunate incident occured along my way which brought setback in my educational career. But i am hopping to further my education in near future. I am also single, haven't gotten married and don't have children. My natural colour is fair in complexion and of average in heigth. I am from Ivory Coast in West Africa and presently residing in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal as a result of the civil war that was fought in my country.

The name of my late father is Dr. Martin Asikoh, he was managing director (Martins Industrial Company LTD) in Abidjan the federal capital of Ivory Coast my country,and he was the personal adviser to the former head of state before the rebels attacked our house one early morning killing my mother and my father.

It is only me that is alive now then i have to run to nearby country which is where i am now in refugee camp,haven't finish up my education and need a man who will make use of my father's wealth and get me through in life, I would like to know more about you.Your likes and dislikes,your hobbies and what you are doing presently.I will tell you more about myself in my next mail. I attached here my picture for you, though I am not all that photogenic. I hope you
wouldn't mind. I wait to hear from you soonest

Mrs De: Charity Asikoh <charity_2093k@yahoo.com>
Enviado: lunes, 7 de septiembre, 2009 3:14:10
Asunto: From Charity.

My Dearest,
I really appreciate your respond to my last email. How are you these days? How was your weekend? hope fine..Mine is a little bit cold over here in Dakar Senegal. In this camp we are only allowed to go out from the camp only on fridays of the weeks.It's just like one staying in the prison and i hope by God's grace i will come out here soon.I don't have any relatives now whom i can go to all our relatives ran away in the middle of the war the only person i have now is Rev.Steve who is the pastor of the (Christ the King inter'l Churches) here in the camp he has been very nice to me since i came here but i am not living with him rather i am living in the women's hostel because the camp has two hostels one for men the other for women.

The Pastors Tel number is (0022177-7053160) if you call and tell him that you want to speak with me he will send for me in the woman hostel. As a refugee here i don't have any right or privilege to go outside the camp nor even to claim the money deposited by my late father at bank in Europe which i am the next of kin.It is also where the life is paining me much.That is why you need to come to my aid this moment in order to assist to recover this money.I need to be a free human being because i have suffered alot in this prison yard called refugee camp.I also want to go back to my studies as soon as the money is released because i only attended my second year before the tragic incident that lead to my being in this situation now took place. Honey, i have my late father's deposit certificate and death certificate here with me which i will send to you later,because the money was deposited when he was alive at standard chartered bank, one of the leading financial institution in london,United Kingdom which he used my name as the next of kin,the amount in question is $5.5m (Five Million Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars).

So i will like you to help me transfer this money to your account and from it you can send some money for me to get my travelling documents and air ticket to come over to meet with you.I kept this secret to people in the camp here the only person that knows about it is the Reverend Steve because he is like a father to me. So in the light of above i will like you to keep it within yourself and don't tell it to anyone because i am afraid of loosing my life and the money if people get to know about it.

I like honest and understanding people,truthful and a man of vision,trustworthy and hardworking.My favourite language is english but our language is french but i speak english very fluently.Meanwhile i will like you to call me like i said i have a lot to tell you. Have a nice day and think about me.Awaiting to hear from you soonest
Yours in Love,
Mrs De: STANDARD CHARTERED BANK UK <standardcharteredbk@inMail24.com>
Enviado: s√°bado, 12 de septiembre, 2009 2:21:46

Standard Chartered Bank Plc, London(SCB)
From the office of foreign Remittance Manager.
Head Office Address:
1 Aldermanbury Square,
London EC2V 7SB.


Ref009/scb/lon/uk/eu/ 12/09/2009.

Attn: Sir,
Reference to your request for release of Dr.Martin Asikoh's deposited fund ($5.5 Million) willed to Miss Charity Asikoh presently in Dakar Senegal. We have acknowledged the receipt of your mail inquiry in respect to the said inherited fund deposited in our escrow account. You need to be informed that your formal inquiry has been noted and forwarded to the foreign remittance department and has programmed in our telexroom central computer of the control unit.

Therefore you require to provide proof confirming the true death of the depositor and the legality of your claims from the side of the next of kin Miss Charity Asikoh
to enable us process the release order, you should forward the following documents through email to our bank management for us to be sure that you are the real person instructed by miss Asikoh to transfer her late father's fund to your account. You need to submit the documents of proof for the contents to be viewed properly before we commence the transfer.

1. You should present an Affidavit of claim duly prepared from court and signed by a Senegalese based lawyer as your witness, mandating you to make this claims and transfer on your behalf.

2. You should present a copy of Dr Martin Asikoh's death certificate issued by a public/General hospital confirming his death.

3. You should present the last bank statement of account issued to Dr.Martin Asikoh by our bank.

On receipt of the above documents/informations, we shall verify them and as soon as we are satisfied, we shall process your claim and effect the transfer. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience, and we promise to give our customers the best of our services.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Kay Brown(Sec./Foreign /Transfer Dept.)
Tel: +44 703 186 8828
Fax:+44 703 190 6308

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