Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a charitable donation. It works just like a lottery scam. The scammers that sent the letter, wants me to pay them. I will not get anything from them. They will keep asking for more money until I give up or run out of money.

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From: Kari Taylor < ktaylor4@wvup.edu >
Sent: Tue, April 5, 2011 10:53:15 PM

Ref No: G8/EU/25532/07G
The Queen Elizabeth's Foundation United Kingdom, is glad to notify you. Based on the random selection exercise of Internet websites and millions of supermarket cash invoices worldwide, you were selected among the lucky recipients by the board of trustees as one of the final recipients of a cash Grant/Donation of £1,000,000.00 pounds ( One million Ponds) for your own personal,educational, and business development.
The Queen Elizabeth's Foundation, established 1977 by the Queen Of England (Queen ElizabethII) and now supported by the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS), United Nations Organization (UNO) and the European Union (EU) was conceived with the objective of human growth, education community development. Please endeavor to quote your Qualification numbers (Q7-67-3447,EU-922-56) in all correspondence.
Claims Requirements: 1.full Name, 2.Address, 3.Telephone, 4.Occupation.
Executive Secretary
Mrs Victoria Alice
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