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: Sat, 19 Nov 2011 16:34:01 -0500
> From: info@mail.com
> To:
> Subject: Payment Notification/Unclaimed Funds
> Dear Client,
> During the recent conduct of our annual bank account audit and bank
> sheet-balance, it came to our notice that your funds valued at a total
> sum of £525,000.00 GBP that was deposited with us several years ago in
> fixed bonds by the U.K international Online lottery administrators, being
> one of its beneficiaries from a previous lottery draw, is still unclaimed.
> We have since being waiting for you to contact us for these funds,
> after waiting several months, running into years, we decided to engage in a
> sustained campaign of correspondence and active tracing, just to reach
> you and considering the fact that there is no stated next of kin in the
> claims file, the government intends to confiscate these unclaimed funds of
> yours in a short time, since you have not come forward to redeem your claims.
> The above move by the government comes ahead of plans to transfer all
> unclaimed funds, and funds in dormant accounts into government coffers
> under its unclaimed assets scheme, in which these monies realised would then
> be used to fund community projects.
> The government has directed banks, building societies and all related
> financial institutions to mandatorily re-unite as many customers,
> clients, unclaimed funds beneficiaries and dormant account owners with their
> forgotten or unclaimed funds before the scheme is launched.
> Your fund is currently recorded on the unclaimed assets register - a
> database holding details of all forgotten savings-deposits,
> investments and unclaimed premium bond prizes.
> You are however advised to immediately contact us with the detail,
> such as your full names and direct telephone numbers
> here-under stated to enable the processing and remission of your
> funds.
> E-mail:van_anderson@halifaxonline.biz
> Tel:+44 70359 95653
> Tel:+4470359 99628
> Fax: +4407005938237
> Please do endeavour to contact us via the above mentioned email within
> 3 working days of this notice for the immediate processing and remission
> of your unclaimed funds to avoid a possible and imminent Government
> confiscation of your unclaimed funds.
> You are advised to act swiftly and accordingly. And please do
> acknowledge receipt of this email notification as it is of great
> import that you
> do so.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Sarah Finder
> General Counsel
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Miss Young

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