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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: Office of the President < jonathan.gcfr@presidency.com >
To:
Sent: Thursday, December 8, 2011 3:04 AM
Subject: Christmas Payment package.

The Presidency
Special Adviser to the President
On media and Publicity.
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Attn: Funds beneficiary,
Re: Christmas Concessional Payment package.
This is to inform you that the office of the President, after the Federal Executive Council meeting today, have endorsed the usual Christmas concessional payment package which gives all fund beneficiaries the opportunity to receive their fund without having to pay all the upfront charges associated. This program is designed to enable you receive some reasonable part of your fund without any stress so that you can plan a good Christmas holiday for yourself and your family.
To this effect, a flat part payment of US$750,000.00 have been approved for all beneficiaries irrespective of the total sum you are supposed to receive and this is without any transfer charge at all.
To grab this offer, you are simply expected to contact the Finance Minister, Dr. Mrs. Ngozi O. Iweala, stating that you wish to be a part of the Christmas concessional payment package and reconfirm to her your full details as outlined below;
Full Names:
Address
Direct Phone Number
Banking information for immediate transfer of your fund
The Finance Minister shall issue you an acceptance form which you will be expected to fill up, sign and send back to her with an Acceptance/Processing fee of $120.00USD only, before she can issue the Fund Release Authorisation to the bank for the transfer of your fund. She will also issue you a Fund Receivership Authorisation document which must be sent to your countrys Financial Intelligence Unit to avoid any form of disturbance that will stop the fund from getting into your account successfully. This document shall also be issued to you free of charge and you will not be expected to pay any other fee apart from the $120.00 Acceptance/Processing fee earlier stated. This transaction is expected to take only 3 working days and the fund will be in your account.
Note: This offer is only open for three weeks and shall be terminated after this period. Contact the Finance Minister Dr. Mrs. Ngozi O. Iweala immediately through her email: < infmin.ng@minister.com > for prompt commencement of transaction proper.
As earlier stated, this arrangement is to enable you access some money for your Christmas and you can use it to pay up all other outstanding fees so that balance of your fund can be transferred to you.
Sincere Regards
Dr. Reuben Abati
Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity)
* * * SEAL OF THE PRESIDENT* * *


 
Mr
From: Office of the President < jonathan.gcfr@presidency.com >
To:
Sent: Thursday, 8 December 2011, 15:05
Subject: Christmas Payment package.

The Presidency
Special Adviser to the President
On media and Publicity.
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Attn: Funds beneficiary,
Re: Christmas Concessional Payment package.
This is to inform you that the office of the President, after the Federal Executive Council meeting today, have endorsed the usual Christmas concessional payment package which gives all fund beneficiaries the opportunity to receive their fund without having to pay all the upfront charges associated. This program is designed to enable you receive some reasonable part of your fund without any stress so that you can plan a good Christmas holiday for yourself and your family.
To this effect, a flat part payment of US$750,000.00 have been approved for all beneficiaries irrespective of the total sum you are supposed to receive and this is without any transfer charge at all.
To grab this offer, you are simply expected to contact the Finance Minister, Dr. Mrs. Ngozi O. Iweala, stating that you wish to be a part of the Christmas concessional payment package and reconfirm to her your full details as outlined below;
Full Names:
Address
Direct Phone Number
Banking information for immediate transfer of your fund
The Finance Minister shall issue you an acceptance form which you will be expected to fill up, sign and send back to her with an Acceptance/Processing fee of $120.00USD only, before she can issue the Fund Release Authorisation to the bank for the transfer of your fund. She will also issue you a Fund Receivership Authorisation document which must be sent to your countrys Financial Intelligence Unit to avoid any form of disturbance that will stop the fund from getting into your account successfully. This document shall also be issued to you free of charge and you will not be expected to pay any other fee apart from the $120.00 Acceptance/Processing fee earlier stated. This transaction is expected to take only 3 working days and the fund will be in your account.
Note: This offer is only open for three weeks and shall be terminated after this period. Contact the Finance Minister Dr. Mrs. Ngozi O. Iweala immediately through her email: < infmin.ng@minister.com > for prompt commencement of transaction proper.
As earlier stated, this arrangement is to enable you access some money for your Christmas and you can use it to pay up all other outstanding fees so that balance of your fund can be transferred to you.
Sincere Regards
Dr. Reuben Abati
Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity)
* * * SEAL OF THE PRESIDENT* * *


 
     
Miss Young

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