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: oseoji@i12.com
To: oseoji@i12.com
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Subject: good day


Dear Friend,

   I am a director in the foreign affairs department of the Nigerian
National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). I got your e-mail during a personal
research on the Internet and wish to use this opportunity to notify you of
the existence of a certain amount we wish to transfer overseas for the
purpose of investments and importation of goods from your country.

   In December 2003, a contract of sixty-six million United States dollars
($66,000,000) was awarded to a foreign company by my ministry. The contract
was supply, erection and system optimization of supper polyore 200,000-bpsd,
system optimization of 280,000-monax axial plants and the computerization of
conveyor belt for our Kaduna refinery. With only the consent of the head of
the contract evaluation department, I over invoiced the contract value by
thirty four million United States dollars ($34,000,000).

   The contract has been completed long ago and the foreign company has
fully paid off. But in the office files and paper work, the company is still
owed USD $34M representing the over invoiced amount. Because this amount is
derived from the award and execution of a foreign contract, there is no way
the money can be paid locally. That is why I contacted you, so that we can
do the project together for our mutual benefit. We have concluded every
necessary arrangement to transfer this amount to a foreign account as the
final phase payment for the said contract. What we need is your bank account
into which we can deposit the money and after we shall come over there to
share the money with you.

   We sincerely need an honest person to work with and have agreed to share
the money in the following percentages, 70% will be for us who will effect
the transfer and 30% will be for you whose account is used to secure the
funds. There is no risk involvement because applications will be made to the
concerned Federal ministries and parastatal with official approvals given by
the Federal government before the Central Bank of Nigeria will be officially
empowered to wire the funds to your account by telegraphic transfer.

   If you are interested, contact me by e-mail at (godwin_bbc2005@yahoo.com)
indicating your full name or company name and address. Your direct telephone
and fax numbers. The name and address of the bank you would like us to
deposit the money with, the telephone and fax numbers of the bank, your
account number, etc. Everything has been arranged and I will send more
information about the business transaction to you as soon as I hear from
you. For obvious reasons, please keep this proposal top secret and highly

Kind regards,


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