Miss Young

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: Riordan, Mary < mriordan@bhcc.mass.edu >
Received: Thursday, October 14, 2010, 2:42 PM

As the winner of the (NNPC) lottery done on the month of May to eradicate extreme poverty base on the economic melt down where emails were randomly selected from the internet and your email address emerged as our 3rd lucy winner. As the top Barrister of the company have been assigned to legitimately send you your funds, So am writing to inform you that I have Paid the registration fee for your CHEQUE which has been with me for a long time now and i went to the bank to confirm if the CHEQUE  has expired or getting near to expire and Mr. Justin Yayi the Director Bank of Africa told me that before the CHEQUE  will get to your hand that it will expire. So I told him to cash the $800,000,00 USD United state dollars to cash payment to avoid losing this funds under expiration. However, all the necessary arrangement for delivering the $800,000,00 USD United state dollars in cash was made with FEDEX EXPRESS COURIER COMPANY here in Abuja, Nigeria. Mr.Justin Yayi the Director of Bank of Africa has packaged the sum of $800,000,00 USD in cash for you.Then he also help me to Register the Consignment with FEDEX EXPRESS COURIER COMPANY as african magazines infact I thank God very much for all the movement i made, every thing went well. Please note that for security reasons i registered the parcel as african magazines and fedex courier company do not know that it contains an ATM MASTER card on page 17 of one of the magazines with a green cover and a map of africa at the right side of the front page. As for our agreement with the FEDEX EXPRESS COURIER COMPANY, I did forward them your delivery address and they promised that your consignment will leave this Country on or before 5 days from now, But the Director of the FEDEX EXPRESS COURIER COMPANY said that they need a reconfirmation of your contacts information's to enable them meet up with you immediately the Diplomat Agent Attention: Mr. Collins Oliver Shipment Officer Of Fedex delivery services Nigeria. E-mail: fedex.deliveryunit01@live.com Telephone: +234 705 701 9111 Shipment Code: CPEL/OWN/9856 Parcel Number: EG2272-NG, Also note that i have paid for the insurance and delivery charges, but a safe keeping fee of $198 USD only is required before the package can be delivered to you. You must pay this fee to authenticate your delivery address. The Master Card has been loaded with US $800,000.00 from the World Bank and its PIN is 8876. Once you receive the card, you can use it at any ATM to withdraw up to US $5,000.00 per day.
  I do hope you'll take care of this transaction as soon as possible. Unfortunately you will not be able to reach me as I've been called out of the country on business.
    Remain blessed and enjoy your funds.
 Greg Williams, Esq.

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