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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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Mr
From: Capt. Matthew Stamford < usmc001@ml1.net >
Date: Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 3:51 AM
Subject: Still me


I really appreciate your reply but you may be wondering why I
chose to contact you: I got your mail off the internet with the
help of a specialised email extracting device used by the US
military and I am trained to understand that at certain
situations, one could be compelled to trust a stranger, rather
than a close friend or family. A stranger generally tries to earn
your trust and would have your best interest at heart.

This money wasn’t stolen, usually we find things like this but we
are usually compelled to burn and bury but we didn’t this time.
My colleague successfully transferred his share out to the UK I
intended to use his contact but he was killed last month in a
bomb attack so I had to take my chance on you. I have no
intention of asking for your bank information, Social security
number or anything that may compromise this relationship.
I was born at Cherry Point Washington in 1970, a fourth
generation Officer. I grew up in Springfield, Virginia and
attended the University of Virginia on a NROTC scholarship. I
also have a Chief Information Officer (CIO) and a CNSS 4011
Information Assurance (IA) Certificate. I am 5' 11 " , very fit,
muscular and have black hair. I am very good with my hands and
considered by many as a good carpenter, I love building stuffs
and I am thinking of establishing a small furniture company when
I retire. It is fun getting paid for playing around cause that’s
what our hobbies are like to us, " Play "

Now back to the business at hand. I have packaged the money as
personal belongings of a fallen soldier; it shall be transported
to the UN office in London along with other military packages
going to various destinations from where it would eventually be
delivered to you. You shall stand in as the next of kin of this
fallen soldier (Staff Sergeant Richard Blakes) which is stated
clearly in the DD form 93. I have the cooperation of a German
diplomat (Mr. Baldewin), he has been transferred to the UK and
will be carrying the packages under diplomatic seals and cover. I
have given him a " secret payoff" he shall have no problems going
through customs as a diplomat and like I said, the packages will
be covered with a certain seal that will prevent the customs from
going through its content.

I will give you more information and the terms when I get your
reply which will also mean you are willing to do this.
Warm regards to your family, have a blessed day.

Respectfully,
Capt Matthew Stamford

--
 Capt. Matthew Stamford
  usmc001@ml1.net


 
Mr From: Capt. Matthew Stamford < usmc001@ml1.net >
Date: Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 11:35 PM
Subject: Terms


I have arranged with Mr. Baldewin (the German diplomat) to have the packages covered with a special diplomatic seal, this will prevent the customs from conducting any scan or search on the packages hence, the true content will remain undetected while on transit.

I have not and will not disclose the content to even Mr. Baldewin, I am simply taking advantage the immunity he has, to beat the unusually tight security we have here in Kabul. The packages will arrive at the UN office in London from where it becomes very easy delivering it to your address.

You will get 30% for your effort that will put the value of your share at $270,000 If that is ok, you will send to me, your preferred delivery information (name, contact address, Telephone number) in your next mail to me. The detail will be tagged to the packages before airlifting and of course I need to know how to reach you when I am discharged.

I shall send you further information once I have received your next reply.

Do take care of yourself and a line of prayer for those of us at war.

-- 
  Capt. Matthew Stamford
  usmc001@ml1.net 
Kabul
     

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