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: CHIEF ACCOUNTANT GENERAL <accntantgenn@fastwebmail.it>
Sent: Tue, 4 May, 2010 18:00:40

The National Flag of

The Arms of the Government of Nigeria The National Flag of Nigeria


Federal Secretariat Towers (5th & 10th floors)
Shehu Shagari Way, Central Area, Garki, Abuja.
Dear Sir/Madam,

We acknowledge the receipt of your email message dated4th May, 2010
and the content has been noted.

Once again, congratulations for being among the shortlisted fraud victims that has been approved a compensation payment of US$500,000.00 each by the Central Bank of Nigeria in affiliation with the United Nations.
Due to the activities of fraudsters all over the world,excess tax and charges involved in bank to bank transfers, the Central Bank of Nigeria has therefore decided to pay all shortlisted fraud victim by means of an Automated Teller Machine (SWIFT ATM CARD) which will be accessible in any part of the world.

A bank account will first be opened in your name with the Central Bank of Nigeria where your total compensation payment of US$500,000.00 will be deposited and then creditted into the SWIFT ATM CARD by means of an ATM Machine in the SWIFT OFFICE of the Central Bank of Nigeria.This SWIFT ATM CARD which will be issued in your name will thereafter be insured by a Special Insurance Company before we will then dispatch it to your address.The sealed PIN Number of the Card will be dispatched alongside the Card to your address,and once you recieve the Card you will be able to pull your funds from any ATM outlet anywhere in the world without any problem at all.And note that you can only be able to pull a maximum of US$10,000 per day.

Also be informed at this earlier time that you will be responsible to send the token Insurance and Dispatch fees that will be requested from you immediately your ATM Card has been creditted with your total compensation payment,to enable them at the SWIFT OFFICE of the Central Bank of Nigeria to Insure and Dispatch your Card to you in your country.Please take note of this and prepare your mind for it so that once an account is opened in your name and your ATM Card creditted with your total compensation payment,we will not have any problems in Insuring and dispatching it to your address because you will definitely be responsible to send the token Insurance and Dispatch charges across to us.

If you have read and understood this email message very well and agreed to the terms,please go ahead and reconfirm to us once again the following information which will be used to open an account in your name with the Central Bank of Nigeria without any delay:

(1)Your Full Name
(2)Your Date of Birth
(3) Your Next of Kin Name
(4)Your Occupation
(5)Your Reachable Telephone,Mobile and Fax Numbers
(6)The Complete Address where you will want your ATM Card dispatched to you.

Once you send the aboveinformation,the Central Bank will use them to open an account immediately in your name and then deposit your total compensation payment for onward creditting of your ATM Card with the total sum of US$500,000.00.

Note that everything regarding your payment will be completed in about 71 banking hours(APPROXIMATELY 3 WORKING DAYS) so far you follow our directives.Also note that we are in a hurry to round up all compensation payment as we will stop payment for the year 2009 very soon. So if you really want to get paid,you have to treat this matter as a matter of utmost urgency and follow our directives.

Attached is my Identity Card and the front and back page of my International Passport respectively for you to know who you are dealing with.

Expecting to hear from you as soon as possible.

Yours Faithfully,
Chief Accountant General(Federal Republic of Nigeria)
Central Area, Garki


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