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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Date: 26/10/2011 13:21:12
Subject: Regarding your retrieved fund file#:DMO 65321-FGN82/660 :::::::::::::::::::::::::( I sent you this m
Dear beneficiary,

Regarding your retrieved fund file#:DMO 65321-FGN82/660

This is to officially inform you that your $5.5million
dollars contract fund which has been delayed by the corrupt
official Bank of Nigeria has been ordered for its immediate
release by the Debt Management Office (DMO); This is an
agency of the Foreign Asset Control under the auspices of
the Federal Ministry of Finance of Nigeria. Your fund has
been deposited to the External Debt Recording & Settlement
Department of Debt Management Office.It took us time after
much review and scrutiny to contact you because of the
re-shuffle of staffs going on in the organization, to get
good and quality dispersion of services and also to create
an excellent impact of trust worthy, transparency and
sincerity on the body of the organization that has being
damaged by hoax and fraudulent officials for the past years.


The US department of Justice and the US department of
treasury have given the Federal government of Nigeria a
mandate to pay all the foreigners whose inheritance/contract
fund has not been remitted to him or her. The Federal
Government of Nigeria in an agreement with the international
monetary fund organization gave an instruction for us to
inform you of this new development.


For due processing of your fund release, you must contact us
not later than 30th of October 2011 after this date, all
funds will be returned to the Federation account as
unclaimed fund. Reconfirm the bellow information for a safe
delivery of your fund:

1. First Name:
2. Middle Name:
3. Last Name:
4. Home Phone Number:
5. Cell Phone Number:
6. Home Address:
7. Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
8. Driver's License/ Passport Copy:
9. Marital Status:
10. Current Employer Name:
11. Position/Title:

N.B: Due to the mix up of some numbers and names, we ask
that you keep this strictly confidential from public notice
until your claim has been processed and your money
delivered. This is part of our security protocol to avoid
double claiming or unscrupulous acts by unknown entrant. for
quik response send the required information to this email:
dmo.unclaimedfund.ng.gov@gmail.com


We await your response shortly.


Best Regards,

Prof. Joseph Ifeka
Director of External
Debt Recording & Settlement Department of
Debt management office of Nigeria
Direct line: +234 702 660 9808


 
     

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