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: IBRAHIM MARTINS <mailto:email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006
Subject: ACKNOWLEDGE MY MAIL (Mutual Benefit).
Ecobank Nig. Plc.
Lagos, Commercial Bank
2, Ajose Adeogun Street.
Victoria Island, Lagos.
FROM THE DESK OF: DR IBRAHIM MARTINS
POSITION: SENIOR MANAGER, BILLS AND EXCHANGE
Dear respectful one,
I Sincerely Write To Seek Your Co-Operation And Trust To Enable My Colleagues
And I Carry Out An Urgent Business Opportunity In My Department. I Work With
The Ecobank Trust Bank Of Nigeria PLC, Currently I Am The Senior Manager Of
Bills And Exchange At The Foreign Remittance Department Of My Bank.
I Have An Urgent And Confidential Business Proposal For You. On June 6, 1998,
An Australian Oil Consultant/Contractor With Via National Petroleum Cooperation(NNPC)
Mr. Ali B. Ashraf Made A Numbered Time (Fixed) Deposit ForTwelve Calenderer Month Valued At US$51,000,000.00(Fifty _One Million US Dollars) In My Branch.
On Maturity, I Sent A Routine Notification To His Forwarded Address But
Got No Reply After Months We Send A Reminder And Finally We Discovered
From His Contract Employee (Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation)
ThatMR. Ali B. Ashraf Died From An Automobile Accident. On Further
Investigation, It Was Clear That He Died Without Making A WILL.
All Attempts By The Australian To Trace His Next Of Kin Were Fruitless.
I Therefore Made Further Investigation And Discovered That Mr. Ali B.
Ashraf Did Not Declare Any Next Of Kin Or Relations In All His Official
Documents Including His Deposit Document In My Bank. The Total Sum
US$51,000,000.00 Is Still In My Bank As Dormant Acct.
No One Will Ever Come Forward To Claim It. According To Nigerian Banking Law,
After Five Years, The Money Will Revert To The Ownership Of The Nigerian Government.
If The Account Owner Is Certified Death And Nobody Comes Forward To Claim It.
This Is The Situation , And My Proposal Is That I Am Looking For AforeignerWho Will Stand In As The
Beneficiary/Next Of Kin. This Is Simple.
All You Have To Do Is To Immediately Send Me The Details Of A Bank Account Anywhere
In The World For Me To Arrange The Proper Money Transfer Document. The Money Will Then Be
Transferred Into The Account For Us To Share In The Ratio Of 50% For Me 40% For You While
The Remaining 10% Will Be Set Aside For Expenses Incurred With Here And There.
There Is No Risk Involved. I Am Using My Position And Connection In The Bank Here
To Do All The Document Work For The Transaction. We Shall Employ The Services Of An Attorney
To Draft The Will And Obtain All Necessary Documents And Letter Of Administration In Your Favor For The Transfer.
This Transaction Is Risk Free Guaranteed. If You Are Interested, I Will Send To You The Text Of The
Application That You Will Send To The Ecobank Trust Bank Authority For An Approval Tosubmit Your Claims.
Send Your Reply Through Mydirect And Private Email Address(firstname.lastname@example.org) Indicate Your Direct Fax And Telephone
Numbers For Effective Communication That This Transaction Needs.
Do Not Reply Through The Ecobank Email Address Because It Belongs To The Senior Staffs For Public Use.
Please Note That You Are Not To Appear In Person, As Every Thing Regarding This Project Will Be Strictly On Documentations And Every Banking Documents Needed For This Transaction Will Be Taken Care Of By My Self.
Looking Forward To Hearing From You.
Dr Ibrahim Jubr Martins
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY!
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