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: brendolyn.childs@yahoo.com
Reply-to: pymntoffice@aol.com
Sent: 12/20/2010 12:51:59 P.M.
Subj: FedEx Express Delivery your ATM CARD
Dear Beneficiary,

We have been waiting for you to contact us for your Confirmable Package that is registered with us for shipping to your residential location. We had thought that your sender gave you our contact details. It may interest you to note that a letter is also added to your package. However, we cannot quote its content to you via email for Privacy reasons we understand that the content of your package itself is a ATM CARD valued at $900,000.00 USD. As you may know that FedEx do not ship money in CASH or in CHEQUES but ATM CARD/BANK DRAFT are acceptable for shipment. The package is registered with us for mailing by the Nigeria's Ministry of Finance. Hence, we are sending you this email because your package was being registered on a Special Order. What you have to do now, is to contact our Delivery Department for immediate despatch of your package to your residential address.

Note that as soon as our Delivery Team confirm your information, it will take only 24 hours for your package to arrive its designated address. For your information, the VAT & Shipping charges as well as Insurance fees have been paid by the sender before your package was registered. However, do take note that the payment that is made on the Insurance, Premium & Clearance Certificates, is to certify that the ATM CARD is not for Drug Affiliated Fund (DAF) neither is it a fund to sponsor Terrorism in your country. This will help you avoid any form of query from the Monetary Authority of your country. However, you will have to pay the sum of $75 to the FedEx Delivery Department being full payment for the "Security Keeping Fee" of the FedEx Company as stated in our privacy terms & condition page. Also be informed that the Ministry of Finance wished to pay for the Security Keeping charges", but we do not accept such payment from the sender considering the fact that all items & packages that is registered with us have a time limitation and we cannot accept payment that is not known to us. Hence, you are expected to send us your full details, so that we can send you with our own payment information for the delivery of your parcel.

We hope that you will respond to us as soon as possible because if you fail to respond until the expiry date of this package, we will have no option but to return the package back to the Nigerian Government. Please kindly contact the delivery department (FedEx Express Delivery Post) with the details given below:

FedEx Express Delivery Post Contact
Person: Mr.Milton Jude
Email: paymt190@hotmail.com
Meanwhile, you are expected to complete the below details and send it to the email address given above. This is mandatory to reconfirm your Postal address and telephone numbers.

FULL NAMES:..................
POSTAL ADDRESS:..............
SEX (M/F):...................
STATE OF ORIGIN:.............

As soon as your details are received, our delivery team will give you the necessary payment procedure so that you can effect the payment for the Security Keeping Fees. As soon as they confirm your payment of $75, they will not hesitate to despatch your package as well as the attached letter to your residence. It usually takes 24 hours being an over night delivery service.

Yours Faithfully,

Mrs. Grace A.
FedEx Online Team Management


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