Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following emails. They are socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letters, where I will be asked to send money again and again. The "russian love scams" starts with a long series of letters about a russian girl living in a small town, and she travels to Moscow. She will ask you to help her pay the plane ticket to meet you outside russia. If you pay, she will start to ask you to send her money for clothes, medicine, tickets, certificates, etc. If you pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until you give up or run out of money. You will never meet the girl, because the story was all lies.

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From: sdfsaf345@yahoo.com [mailto:sdfsaf345@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2011 2:24 AM
Subject: [Norton AntiSpam]

Hi!

I hope you don't mind me writing you.

Somehow I have found your email on agency and decided to email you a line.

And I hope I didn't bother you with my email.

Some more about me: My name is Irina.

I am young and modern lady.

They say that I have a nice figure and pretty appearance.

The reason why I am emailing to you is that I am seeking for a man and a lifetime partner.

I am loving, caring, devoted, responsible woman.

I would like my man to be responsible, loving and caring as well.

I want him to decided to me in any problem and from my hand I would do the same.

If you are interested please reply me back.

I would be very flatterred.

I will reply to you as soon as I can.

Please mail me back at: natalyay010@yahoo.com

I am sending my photo with this answer and hope you will like it.

Lookng forward to your reply.

Your new friend Irina.











Irina

 
     

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