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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From: Theresa Jackson < Jaujffd12@mail.ru >
Subject: Good day My Dear
Date: Friday, 11 March, 2011, 9:12


Attention Beneficiary,


Good day,


 I just want to inform you that I have deposited your ATM MASTER CARD of USD $5.500,000,00 United state dollars to the FedEx Delivery services here in West Africa, due to I have waited enough to hear from you so that your contract/Inherritance  payment funds will be transferred through CENTRAL BANK OF AFRICA (CBOA) here, but because of the late response I now decide to deposit the ATM MASTER CARD with the FEDEX DELIVERY SERVICES with your previous information as you listed it that time.


I have paid to them their delivery charges & stamp duty fee, the only fee to be paid again is their security safe keeping fee of $135 dollars only,One hundred and thrity five United State dollars .I would have paid that but they said no because they don't know when you will contact them and in case of demurrage.



I will be traveling to China to see my boss and I will not come back till next four months, therefore I will advise you to contact the FEDEX



SHIPMENT officer with his contact information as listed below for the avoidance of increase of their security safe keeping fee.


Note that I packaged the ATM MASTER CARD inside a magazine where nobody will notice the content, I also told the shipment officer Rev. Mark Ugo that it is ordinary African magazine I want to deliver to my friend abroad to avoid further delay unless you delay to send their security safe keeping fee $135.



Below is the shipment officer contact information including his email address with the parcel reference number, note that without you
indicating your parcel number as listed below the FedEx delivery services will not listen to you they will be imagining if you want to steal another persons parcel.



Attention: Rev. Mark Ugo Shipment Officer Of FedEx delivery services Benin Republic.



E-mail:(fedsdx@live.com )Tel: +2347086278225 Shipment Code: CPEL/OWN/9876



Parcel Number: EG2272-BJ Also below is the information they need to deliver the ATM MASTER CARD in form of African Magazine to your address, this is to avoid wrong delivery as I already gave them your delivery address but you have to re-confirm it to them ok.



Full name......................


Home address............






Your Picture for Indentification...................



Please make sure the information is complete as they promised that once they receive their security safe keeping fee within 24hours the magazine will arrived to your door step according to the shipment officer.



Once again, the FedEx delivery services do not know the content of the parcel, I registered it as an African magazine they don't know it contains ATM MASTER CARD inside, this is to avoid them delaying the delivery and besides I don't want you to lose your inheritance funds.



Your ATM MASTER CARD withdrawing access pin code number is (1148) take note, once you receive the card you take it to any cash point around your area, slot it in and enter the pin code for withdrawal, the amount you are to withdrew per day is USD$10,500.00. Only (Ten  thousand  five hunderd United State dollars) each day. Also ask them on how you are to make the payment for the security fee to them so they can effect immediate delivery on your parcel.


Remain blessed and enjoy your funds.





 Mrs Theresa Jackson


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