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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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> Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2010 13:33:55 +0100
> From: martinez@barrister-sulte.com
> Subject: Shipment Code: CPEL/OWN/9876
> To:
>
> Good Day!
>
> I do apologize for the delay in contacting you,
> we were experiencing technical difficulties with
> our systems. Last time I tried to contact you via
> email on this financial matter that require urgent
> attention, it was undeliverable. Due to the delay
> in communication I decided to deposited your ATM
> MASTER CARD (worth $650,000.00 United State Dollars)
> on the 13th of July, 2010 with the TNT Express Delivery
> Services here in West Africa.
>
> Your funds will now be delivered to your location via
> the services of TNT Express Delivery Service instead
> of the bank to bank transfer choosing by your late client.
> I have paid their delivery charges & insurance coverage
> fee, the only fee to be paid again is just their demmurage
> fee of $100.01 USD
. I would have paid that but they said
> no because they don't know when you will contact them,
> in case of increase in demurrage. I will be traveling out
> of the country for a business trip and I will not come back
> till next year, If you also receive this last email from me
> I will advise you to contact the TNT shipment Officer with
> his contact information as listed below for the avoidance's
> of increase in their demmurrage fee.
>
> Note that I packaged the ATM MASTER CARD inside a magazine
> where nobody will notice the content, I also told the
> shipment officer Prof. Wale Roland, that it is an ordinary
> African magazine I want to deliver to my friend abroad to
> avoid further delay unless you delay to send their charges.
> Make sure you contact him through this Email Address:
> tnt-expresslogistics@tranphu.com
>
> Below is the shipments officer contact information including
> his email address with the parcel reference number, note that
> without you indicating your parcel number as listed below the
> TNT Express Delivery Services will not listen to you they will
> be imagining if you want to steal another persons parcel.
>
> E-mail: tnt-expresslogistics@tranphu.com
> Tel.: +234 816 541 8300
> Shipment Code: CPEL/OWN/9876
> Parcel Number: EG2277
>
> Also below is the information they need to deliver the ATM
> MASTER CARD in form of African Magazine to your address,
> this is to avoid wrong delivery as i already gave them your
> delivery address but you have to reconfirm it to them ok.
>
> Full name......................
> Home address............
> Tel-phone...............
>
> Please make sure the information is complete as they promised
> that once they receive their charges within 2 to 3 working days
> the magazine will arrived to your door step according to the
> shipment officer.
>
> Once again, the TNT Express Delivery Services do not know the
> content of the parcel, I registered it as an African magazine
> they don't know it contains ATM MASTER CARD inside, this is
> to avoid them delaying the delivery and besides I don't want
> you to lose your inheritance funds.
>
> Your ATM MASTER CARD withdrawing access pin code number is
> (0114) take Note, once you receive the card you take it to
> any cash point around your area and insert your ATM CARD
> into the machine and enter the pin code for withdrawal,the
> amount you are to withdrew per day is USD$5,000.00 (Five
> thousand United State Dollars) each day. Also ask them on
> how you are to make the payment for the security fee to them
> so they can effect immediate delivery on your parcel.
>
> I will be unvailable starting from tomorrow!
>
> Thanks.
> Barrister Martinez McCoy
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