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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: Dr Idris Obaseki <mailto:dr.idrisobaseki@vmail.best.is>
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006
Subject: Funds For Investment From Petroleum Corp.

Dr. Idris Obaseki
CHAIRMAN CONTRACT AWARD COMMITTEE
NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORP
LAGOS - NIGERIA
Tel:234-80-253-51420
EMAIL: idris_obaseki02@yahoo.com

Dearest Friend,
 
REQUEST FOR URGENT CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP IN RESPECT OF
THE TRANSFER OF US$30,000,000.00 (THIRTY MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS
ONLY)
I, on behalf of my other colleagues from different Federal Government of Nigeria owned parastatals decided to solicit your assistance as regards the transfer of the above stated amount into your bank account. This fund arose from the over-invoicing of various contracts awarded in my parastatal to certain foreign contractors sometime ago.

We as holders of official positions in our various parastatals, were mandated  by this new civilian government to scrutinize all payments made to certain foreign contractors by the past military government, and we discovered that some of the contracts they executed were grossly over-invoiced, either by omission or commission. Also, we discovered that the sum of $35,000,000.00 (Thirty-Five million American Dollars only) was lying in a suspense account, although the foreign contractors were fully paid their entitlements after executing the said contracts.

We all agreed that the over-invoiced amount be transferred (for our own use) into a bank account provided by a foreign partner, as the code of conduct of the Federal civil service does not allow us to operate foreign accounts. However, we have succeeded in transferring some of these monies, precisely US$5M (five million American Dollars only) into a foreign account in GENEVA (SWITZERLAND) last week, but unfortunately the provider of the account has severed all forms of contacts with us as he has refused to adhere to our
earlier mutual agreement insisting that the total amount be paid into his nominated bank account before disbursement will take effect. If for US$5.Million (Five million only) we are not compensated, how can one guarantee full compensation on remittance of the balance of US$30 million (Thirty million American dollars only).

We are therefore seeking your assistance based on the balance amount of US$30 Million which can be speedily processed and fully remitted into your nominated bank account. On successful remittance of the fund into your account, you will be compensated with 25% of the amount for assistance and services  and 5% set aside for expenses contingency while 70% is for me and my colleagues.This transaction is closely knitted and in view of our SENSITIVE POSITION we cannot afford a slip, I assure you that this transaction is 100% risk free. We will avail you with our identities as regards our respective offices when relationship is fully established and smooth operation commences.

I am at your disposition to entertain any question(s) from you in respect of this transaction, so, contact me immediately through my e-mail or the above telephone numbers for further information on the requirements.
 
Regards,

Dr Idris Obaseki.
Tel:234-80-253-51420

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