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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Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 10:29 AM

Dear Beneficiary,

It is my pleasure to inform you about latest meeting held last week by new minister of finance and senates committee on unclaimed foreign fund matters. They have resolved to send your $12.5millions as a consignment box because it will take much time to transfer a $12.500, 000.00 through western union as it was scheduled earlier to send $5,000 on daily basis. It came to our notice that International Monetary Fund (IMF) did not abide the plan of transferring the payment via western union.

So be informed that your long awaited funds valued $12.500, 000.00 (Twelve millions five hundred thousand united states dollars) was well packaged into a consignment box to deliver to your house. The consignment was successful registered with United Parcel Service (UPS) and we have solemn agreement with them that it will be delivered to you within 4 working days without opening the package. Although we obtained a police sticker which guarantees that nobody will open the box until the diplomat hand it over to you. The details of your package is below and remember to identify with registration code and last four digit of tracking number was placed on security until you send the security fee to enable storehouse officials release your package to diplomat.


Registration code Description: ups25s8Z12

Number of Packages 1

UPS Service: Air Cargo Accompanied by Diplomat

UPS Return Service: UPS Returns, Print Return Label

Weight: 70.6kg

Tracking Number: 1Z638E56900148**** (Note that the last four digit number is on hold until you send the security fee to them


Meanwhile both diplomat and UPS Company did not know the original content of the consignment; I registered it as personal belonging which you will use to celebrate your fort coming birthday. So reconfirm your delivery address to UPS dispatching manager who is in charge of this registered box, he is waiting for you to contact him with your delivering information like;

Your full name_______________

Delivery address_______________

Your direct telephone numbers_______________

And personal id if any________________

We have paid the delivery fee and insurance, the only money you will send to them is $181.79 dollars for security guard. Also confirm to them you’re nearest international airport to locate you immediately the diplomat arrives. Our agreement with this company is that they must deliver this package within four days of this depositing date, so contact them immediately you receive this email. Contact UPS dispatching manager Mr. Edward Elvis at email

(ups_ex@mail.ru) Tel: +234-81-8304-5596, Ask him where to send the security fee and when the diplomat will arrive to your country with your package.


Mrs. Jacomina Mandeike

Secretary to Ministry of Finance.


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