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.
If you received a similar email, you should go to the homepage to read more about 419 fraud.
> Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2010 07:50:16 -0500
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Urgent matters for your attention!
> This is a personal email directed to you for your consideration alone, I
> request that it remain and be treated as such only. I am a banker with HSBC in
> the United Kingdom. I have an interesting business proposal for you that will
> be of immense benefit to both of us. Although this may be hard for you to
> believe, we stand to gain 7.2 million USD between us in a matter of days.
> Please grant me the benefit of doubt and hear me out. I need you to signify
> your interest by replying to this email.
> Most importantly, I will need you to promise to keep whatever you
> learn from me
> between us even if you decide not to go along with me. I will make
> more details
> available to you on receipt of a positive response from you. Do
> contact me only
> at my private email address: email@example.com
> Warm regards from the United Kingdom.
> Kelvin Walter
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