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: anthonybonneau@ustreasury.gov
> Subject: From: Mr. Anthony Bonneau
> Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 12:20:29 -0500
> Hello,
> I am Mr. Anthony Bonneau working in foreign Assets Treasury Lodgings of U.S.
> Department of the Treasury Washington, DC, I was appointed by the world Bank
> and I am writing to inform you that today at the Foreign Assets Treasury
> Lodgings of U.S. Department of the Treasury Washington, DC we received and
> acknowledged your inheritance funds via cash consignment box from United
> Nations (UN) Association of London, United Kingdom Liaison Office valued at
> US$5.3 Million U.S Dollars.
> I deem necessary to inform you that the retrieving of your inheritance was
> witnessed by the Interpol envoys deployed to London by United States
> Department of the Treasury to monitor the proceedings confirmed it to be a
> fair judgment by the Bureau and the Interpol as the outcome of the event was
> a perfect solution to curtail the activities of con artist and scam
> generally and is also a perfect end to your payment. Your Beneficiary Funds
> that was allotted into cash consignment baggage is now been deposited in our
> pecuniary vault the Foreign Assets Treasury Lodgings of U.S. Department of
> the Treasury Washington, DC.
> The proceed of these event was successful because the United Kingdom Prime
> Minister Gordon Brown, dedicated his time to guarantee success to it due to
> his fight to eradicate deception, corruption and terrorism that has deeply
> rooted in government. It was also an achievement for him to meet the
> deadline given at the G8 Summit in Tokyo to clear outstanding Beneficiary
> debts and Lottery Wining Debts. Hence you have to contact the Diplomatic
> Agency in Deyton International Airport Ohio. There was a stop by the Custom
> because of diplomatic stickers, which will cost you the sum of US$950.00 and
> they have all your legal paper work with them at the airport.
> They are only waiting for the fee of US$950.00 for the diplomatic stickers.
> Contact them with the below information for them to send you information on
> how to send US $950.00 to them at the airport. Contact them on the below e-
> mail address:
> CONTACT E-MAIL: smithjdiplomats@aol.com
> PHONE: 9377325761
> Re-confirm your contact details to them as soon as you contact them.
> Full Name:
> Residence Address:
> Cell Phone Number:
> Identification (Scanned copy):
> At the receipt of the above information and the fee for the diplomatic
> stickers they will not hesitate to make the final delivery of your
> consignment boxes to your location.
> Thanks You Very Much And God Bless America.
> Sincerely yours,
> Mr. Anthony Bonneau

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