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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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Mrs From: Otti Alex < alexotti@kimo.com >
Sent: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 5:08 AM
Subject: Online crediting
Attn: We observe with dismay your ordeal in the hands of some unscrupulous elements, who claim what they are not over their years, thereby frustrating your move in pursuit of your payment. Going through the records and your file, it is evident that you have actually spent whopping amount trying to meet with unending demands of these scoundrel who are only working for their belly and not utilizing the money to process you payment. However, based on the recent executive African Union meeting, due to the outcry of some foreign creditors, issues as it affects you and some other beneficiaries were properly addressed. We also observed that several cancellations and stop orders have been recorded trying to transfer funds into your account. In view of the above, and in the bid to ensure transparency for you to receive payment, every other monetary and payment centers have been striped the power of handling your payment, because they are bringing in a lot of confusion. Henceforth, this bank is solely conferred with the responsibility of handling your payment via online crediting, this affords you the opportunity to see and access the status of your money in our network and then transfer to your bank with the instruction as would be provided to you. Take note that the authorities are not taking it light with all those that have defrauded you they shall soon be brought to book. Do get back to me so that I will intimate you with the modalities of getting this accomplished. Yours Sincerely, Mr. Alex Chioma Otti, Executive Director, South Directorate, First Bank of Nigeria Plc
 
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From: Otti Alex < alexotti@kimo.com >
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2011 5:38 AM
Subject: FORM ATTACHED
I confirm receipt of your message, per the modalities to work this out successfully, first of all your data’s have to be registered in our networked, the registration process will generate a login number on your behalf with which you will use to enter our network to access your fund in our database.
It makes you the only person preview to your transfer modalities apart from the handling bank, thus the issue of funds diversion is ruled out.
It affords you the opportunity to see the status of the fund right in our system.
Armed with the login number to our net work, we shall then issue you with user name and password to access the status of your fund with us. Thereafter, you can order transfer from your end to any account of your choice in your country or elsewhere. You can as well carry out the transfer bit by bit or at once depending on how you want it.
In view of the above you have to fill out the attach form and return immediately with the attached fee.
Receiver’s name: Morris Eze
Lagos, Nigeria
Amount: $450
The account opening processing fee shall be credited to your account as initial deposit/activation fee.
Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Alex Chioma Otti,
Executive Director, South Directorate,
First Bank of Nigeria Plc


 
     
Miss Young

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