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: Mark Harris < " info@ " @ urmigroup.net >
Date: 2011/10/20
Subject: {Spam?}


Good day to you, I am Mark Harris, a citizen of the United  Kingdom. I
work with National Lottery Commission and Camelot Group  PLC, " the
official monitoring body and the operator of the UK National Lottery" .
Please you can read about me in my company`s work profile link below:


I have a very urgent proposal for you which will be of our mutual benefit.
I wish to seek your acceptance and cooperation so that the total sum of
£8,497,985(Eight Million Four Hundred And Ninety Seven Thousand, Nine
Hundred And Eighty Five pounds) can be paid to you by the National Lottery
for our mutual benefit. The said amount is an unclaimed lottery prize; the
wining prize result was published over four month ago and since then, the
winner of the prize has failed to come with the winning lottery ticket to
claim his or her winning prize.

I wish to front you for the claim as the winner of the prize because there
is a claim deadline of 180 days (six months) for the claim of this prize;
which means that, after the deadline of 180 days,  this funds will be
forfeited and sent to the UK. Government treasure if left unclaimed. There
was a case like this in 2006 were a winner failed to claim his/her winning
prize, and the prize was forfeited and remitted to the UK Government

You can check the below BBC news page to confirm this


The reasons why some winners fail to claim their prizes may be one or all
of the below:

1. The winner may have accidentally thrown away the tickets and lost track
of the winning ticket number and other vital information as regards the
lucky win.

2. Some winners do not check their tickets properly.

3 The winner may not be aware of the victory .

4. The National Lottery does not advice winners about their winning via
email notification that is why some may not be aware that they won in the
draws. Also, notification of winning via email is a fraudulent attempt to
reap ignorant people of their hard earned money; because you cannot win
any prize money  without buying a lottery ticket and partaking in the
lottery draws. Winners are not required to pay any fee before prizes are
issued to them by the National Lottery.

However, I hereby seek your consent to cooperate with me so that I can
provide you the winning information that won the prize funds of £8,497,985
to enable you apply for the claim of the funds as the winner.  Once the
funds is paid to you, Our mode of sharing will be on a 50. . . . . 50
basis. i.e. 50% will be for me while the remaining 50% will be for you.
All you need to do is to cooperation with me honestly and confidentially.
This project is 100% risk free because it will be executed under a
legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law as
I have mapped out all plans to ensure we claim this funds without any
trace in the future.

I look forward to your quick response while thanking you for your
anticipated co-operation.

Best regards,
Mark Harris
E-mail: mail_mharris@yahoo.co.uk


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