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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: geoge brown <geogekenedy2@yahoo.ca>
>Subject: URGENT BUSINESS
>Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006
>
>   Dear Friend,
>
>I apologize for intruding into your privacy, especially by contacting you
>through this means for a business transaction of this magnitude, but due to
>its seriousness and urgency it, therefore, became necessary for me to seek
>for your assistance.
>
>I am Barrister George Kennedy,  a counsel to late Mr. A. Groove, a national
>of your country and was a seasoned contractor with all services companies,
>here in Adabraka, Accra,  Ghana.. He lost his life in a ghastly motor
>accident on the 12/26/2002 together with his wife and children along the
>Accra Tema expressway here in Accra. Before his sudden and mysterious
>death, he deposited a sum worth 19.5 Million US dollars with a First
>Savings & Loan Company in a fixed deposit account here in Accra, Ghana. I
>knew this because all the legal proceedings was duly carried out by my
>humble self. After his death three years ago, I made several approaches to
>your embassy to help me locate any of his relatives so as to come and stand
>as the next of kin to my late client in order to have this huge sum
>transferred in his or her bank account. But all my effort proved abortive.
>
>After several unsuccessful attempts in locating any of his relations and
>the
>latest ultimatum given to me by the First Savings & Loan Company, mandating
>me to provide my client's next of kin within the next two weeks OR I have
>the money confisticated, which I wouldn't live to see it happen, hence my
>decision to contact you so that I can present you as the next of kin to my
>late client. All I demand from you is your honest co-operation so that this
>fund {19.5million US dollars} can be transferred into any account of your
>choice  within the shortest time possible.
>For your assistance and co-operation, I have decided to have the money
>shared as follows; 40% for you, 60% for me.
>
>What I introduced to you might be a smack of an unethical practice but this
>is a once in a lifetime opportunity that is capable of making things better
>for us and moreover, if I fail to present my late client's next of kin in
>couple of weeks, the truth is that this money would not be taken by the
>government but by some greedy officials of the First Savings & Loan Company
>and I would not fold my arms and watch this happen hence my decision to
>contact you.
>
>   I also want to use to this medium to assure you that this transaction is
>100% risk free and my position as the counsel to the late depositor of the
>fund, it has been legally planned to avoid any hitch or breach of law.
>Every
>information that will back you up as the next of kin to my late client
>shall
>be given to you as soon as I have your consent.
>
>   The following information will be required from you in your reply;
>1.} Your full name.   2.} Your residential/contact address.  3.} Your
>phone/fax number.  4.) Your Occupation.  5.) Your Age.
>For purpose of security and the confidentiality of this transaction you can
>kindly reply this mail via this my private e-mail address:
>geogekenedy2@yahoo.ca
>
>   I look forward to receiving your positive response soonest.
>   THANKS

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