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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: Mr.Idrissa Diop <mailto:i_diop15@virgilio.it>
Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2006
Subject: Asking for your Urgent response

Dear Friend,
 
First, I must apologise to you for using

this medium
to communicate about this

transaction, though it is my great
pleasure

in writing you this letter on behalf of my

colleague and
myself. I am Mr. Idrissa Diop

the Director of Bill and Exchange at
the

Foreign Remittance Department in the bank

where I work. I am
writing to you this

urgent proposal following the impressive

information about you through one of my

friends who runs a
consultancy firm. Though,

I did not disclose to him the nature of my

proposal to you to avoid any leakage. My

colleague and I have
decided to contact you

on a business transaction that will be very

beneficial to both of us at the end. I would

be brief and direct to
ensure you understand

everything properly.
 
In my department we
discovered an abandoned

Sum of $13.7M USD (Thirteen Million, Seven

Hundred Thousand US Dollars), in an account

that belongs to one of
our foreign

customers, an American by name: Mr. John

Schelpert who
died along with his wife and

other passengers in EgyptAir Flight 990
-

October 31, 1999. Since we got information

about his untimely
death, the fund has been

dormant in his account with my Bank without

any claim, we have been expecting his next

of kin to come over and
claim his money

because we cannot release it unless somebody

applies for it as next of kin or relation to

the deceased and the
person must be a

foreigner as indicated in our banking

guidelines.
Before our observation in this

development, we discovered that the
owner of

the account died without a Heir/WILL hence

the money is
floating and if I do not remit

this money out urgently it will be
forfeited

for nothing. The Banking law and guideline

here
stipulates that if such money remained

unclaimed after Six (6) years,
the money

will be transfered into the Bank treasury

account as
unclaimed fund. It is therefore

upon this discovery that I and my
junior

colleague in the bank now decided to make

this businness
proposal to you and release

the money to you as the next of kin or

relation to the deceased for safety and

subsequent disbursement since
nobody is

coming for it and we do not want this money

to go into
the Bank treasury as unclaimed

Bill.
 
Meanwhile the whole
arrangement to put claim

over these fund as the bonafide next of kin

to the deceased and transfer this money to a

foreign account has
been put in place.

Directives and needed information will be

relayed to you as soon as you indicate your

interest and willingness
to assist us and

also benefit from this great business

opportunity.
We could have done this deal on

our own, but because of our position
in this

country operating a local account would

eventually raise an
eye brow on my side

during the time of transfer because I work

in
this bank.
 
This is the actual reason why it will

require foreigner
as second party that will

forward claims as the next of kin to the

Bank and also present a designated safe

foreign account where he will
need the money

to be transferred into after due

verification and
clearification by the bank.

May I at this point emphasize that this

transaction is a successful arrangement, and

as an insider of the
bank I have the

capacity to monitor that everything is

smoothly
perfected. On smooth conclusion of

this transaction, you will be
entitled to

your own share of the total sum as

gratification We
have agreed that 20 % of

this money will be for you as our foreign

partner, in respect to the provision of a

foreign account, 5% will be
set aside for

expenses incured during the business and 75%

would be
for me and my colleague. There

after I and my colleague will visit
your

country for disbursement according to the

percentages
indicated.
 
This share of yours is negotiable as long as

it is
reasonable. Please, you have been

adviced to keep this information a
topsecret
as we are still in service and intend to

retire from
service after we conclude this

deal with you. I will be monitoring
the

whole situation here in this bank until you

confirm the money
in your account and ask us

to come down to your country for
subsequent

sharing of the fund according to percentages

we shall
agree upon. All other necessary

information will be sent to you on
your

acceptance to champion this transaction with

us. I suggest you
get back to me as soon as

possible, stating your wish in this deal.

Please do call me on my direct line for more

clearifications: 00 221
560 3589.

Thanks and best regards.
 
Yours faithfully,
Mr. Idrissa
Diop
Telephone: 00 221 560 3589

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