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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: Barrister Muhammed Ali <mailto:muhammedali@lawyer.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Subject: Excuse my delay.

My dear friend,

I received your last messages containing your international passport and other photos and the entire information your sent down to me. Unfortunately I have been down with my health for a while now, which has made it impossible for me to write you a response mail.

 

I think it will be wise that I just open up more on some areas that you need to know more about. Maybe even tell you more about myself as a being. I choose to call you my friend, because I believe you have managed to touch my heart in a strong way from a distance. Like I mentioned in one of my mails, I’m a devoted Muslim and all my life I have always believed in hard work. Before starting to work on my own, I worked for some small financial consulting firms. I assisted in building them from scratch and always believed in the ability for something great to come out of nothing. All I ever needed in life was simply sincerity, hard work and with a positively driven vision I prayed for better each day. Today it’s true that there are many who have achieve much more than myself, but I can stand tall to say that Allah was able to create something for me out of nothing

 

There is a need for me to send you my information as well for proper verification of the person who are relating with before any further communication on the course for which we have been relating. The opportunity that has created itself today I want to let you know is not of my making. It is said that Allah works in mysterious ways and I believe my eventual achievement from this arrangement will prove so. It’s necessary for me to give you my home address:

 

Muhammed Ali (SAN).

Plot 296 Old Ojo Road,

Agboju, Amuwo.

Lagos State.

Nigeria.

Direct Line: 234-1-477-0466.

Home: 234-1-893-9926.

 

My late grandfather owns the building and I have resided here for over 13years now. I don’t intend to relocate in the near future for any reason as it has served as a comfortable home for my family and me. Though my home is not in a highbrow area of Lagos city, but there is actually a sentimental attachment to this home.

 

You are free to carry out verification on me, and the information I have provided to you. I will update you on my part once I have a confirmation.

 

 Muhammed Ali (SAN).

Muhammed ali picture withmyfamily

 

 

 

Muhammed ali passport

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