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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: carman lapointe < carman_info1@lht.com >
To:
Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2011 2:32 AM
Subject: $1.5M ATM Card.

From Ms. Carman Lapointe,
United Nations OIOS.


Sir,


This is a final notice to the previous notice that was sent to you regarding the release of your $1.5m payment, i have arrived Nigeria from USA after series of meetings with the US government, world bank president and the un secretary general due to numerous complaints from the FBI and other security agencies from Asia, Europe and the united states of America respectively, against the Nigerian government on the rate of payment delay activities going on in Nigeria.

I have met with the Nigerian elected president who claimed ignorant of the evil act in his country but promised to make sure that all fund beneficiaries receive their funds within the next 48hrs. Your name was among the list of unpaid beneficiaries that have not received their payment due to one reason or the other.

Right now, as directed in our meeting with the Nigerian government, they have approved a part- payment of $1.5m to all fund beneficiaries which you are among. We have instructed the Nigerian government to release this approved fund to you via an ATM card for easy delivery to you.

I am contacting you because you are one of the beneficiaries that have not claimed their funds, you have less than 48hrs to send the courier fee of your $1.5m ATM card delivery else your $1.5m inheritance ATM card payment will be deactivated, this is because the UN auditors have requested us to submit all unclaimed payment files for cancellation and returning of all the unclaimed funds to the government treasury as unclaimed funds.
I have a limited time to stay in Africa because i have to report back to the auditors before going back to the united states

The total cost of your ATM card delivery is $198 but the only fee you shall pay in order to receive your $1.5m ATM card is an initial part payment of $98 only while the balance of $100 will be paid after the delivery of your ATM card.
As soon as the $98 courier part payment is received, your ATM card delivery will proceed and shall arrive your destination within 24hrs. If you send the $98 courier part payment today, the ATM card package delivery will proceed tomorrow and will arrive your destination next tomorrow. You should also reconfirm your delivery address to avoid any mistake during delivery of your $1.5m ATM card.

You are urgently advised to send the $98 delivery fee via western union or money gram in the name of the dispatch officer stated below, then after forward me the payment confirmation for immediate delivery of your ATM card.

Here is the western union or money gram payment information for the sending of the $98 courier fee of your ATM card:


Receiver name:////////// Onyeka Oko

City://////////////////////////// Abuja

Country://////////////////////////// Nigeria

Test question:////////////////////////// honest

Test answer:////////////////////////////// trust

Amount://///////////////////////////////////// $98


After paying the $98 courier part payment, you should send the following payment information's to me.

1. Sender's name and address

2. MTCN number

3. Text question & answer.

Attached is my wordking ID for your record keeping. FORWARD PAYMENT INFORMATION'S TO EMAIL: carman_info1@mynet.com

I await your immediate attention on the $98 courier part payment to enable delivery proceed today.


Sincerely yours,
Ms. Carman Lapointe,
United Nations OIOS.



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