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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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From: Terence P. McCauley <josephgeorge68@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, November 24, 2011 2:49:37 AM GMT-0800
Subject: This Email Notification is From US Ambassador Terence P. McCauley to Nigeria!!!

United States Consulate General Lagos
2 Walter Carrington Crescent
Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.

Dear Sir/Madam.
 
My
name is Terence Patrick McCauley, the new United States Ambassador to
the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The United States Senate had confirmed
my nomination on August 5 2010 after being nominated for this position
by U.S. President Barrack Obama on June 28, 2010. My credentials as the
new Ambassador appointed were presented to His Excellency President Good
luck Ebele Jonathan at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, Nigeria, on
November 2, 2010. I am a career member of the senior Foreign Service
with the rank of Minister-Counselor whose diplomatic career has been
spent mostly in Africa or working on African issues. I served most
recently as the Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in
Copenhagen, Denmark. Prior to this, I was the U.S. Ambassador to Mali,
and I have served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassies in
Tunisia, Senegal and Togo. Other overseas postings include Niger, South
Africa, India and Chad.  In Washington, I was the senior desk officer
for Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo), and Deputy Coordinator
for Iraq Assistance. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in European
history and French language and literature in University of Oregon in
Eugene, and I also attend the University de Haute Bretagne in Rennes,
France, from 1979-1980 as a Rotary Foundation Graduate Fellow, and also
attend the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
 
However,
following the resolution of the meeting held with His Excellency
President Good luck Ebele Jonathan at the Presidential Villa in Abuja
yesterday with some members of the Federal House of Senate, an agreement
was reached that the sum of $500,000.00 USD must be paid out to you in
the form of a compensation for all the years you have wasted in waiting
for your funds to be released. Hence, the $500,000.00 USD compensation
fund has been instructed to be paid out to you in the form of an ATM
VISA CARD drawn on Diamond Bank PLC. The said ATM VISA CARD will be
packaged inside an U.S Embassy Official Envelope to be sent to you via
United States Postal Service USPS Delivery at no cost to your mailing
address. And the time frame for delivery is 72 hours, which is 3 days
since it would be sent via a USPS Delivery.
 
Meanwhile, a "Custom
Clearance Certificate" must be obtained from the Nigerian Customs
Authority at a fee of US$214.00 Dollars for a full clearance
certification on the BANK DRAFT. Hence, the US$214.00 dollar fee must be
paid within 50hours upon your receipt of this notification via Western
Union so that all necessary arrangement can be made ahead of time. The
fee should me sent directly to the "Embassy Protocol Officer" with the
below information:
 
Recipient's Name: Emmanuel C. Nwabunwanne
Destination: Lagos - Nigeria
Test question: Present Year
Test answer: 2011
Amount: US$214.00 Dollars
 
Please
take note that the "Custom Clearance Certificate" and the ATM VISA CARD
will be packaged together inside the U.S Embassy Official Envelope for
immediate dispatch to your mailing address. Hence, you are advised to
comply as requested to enable me discharge my official duty accordingly.
 
Congratulations!!!
Respectfully yours,
 
Terence P. McCauley
US Ambassador to Nigeria
Email: ambassadormccully@ymail.com
 
     
Miss Young

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