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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: mikepirnieuba@gmail.com
> Subject: REPLY ASAP!!!!!
> Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 22:58:00 +0200
>
> Metropolitan Police Service, UK
> New Scotland Yard,
> Broadway, London,
> SW1H 0BG
> fundavailable001@live.com
>
> Dear Beneficiary,
>
> Compliments of the day,
>
> We hereby inform you that the Scotland Yard Police, Interpol, Federal
>
> Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) United States of America, the Economic
>
> and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of Nigeria and all the African
>
> Crime fighter leaders have come together to stop scam/internet fraud in
>
> Nigeria and all round Africa. We have recovered over US$2.6 Billion
>
> Dollars from the people we have behind bars.
>
> Our duty is to make sure we stop internet scam and money laundering. As
>
> for today we have put a lot of fraudsters in jail. We go all over
>
> Africa to pick this thieves/internet rats. We have over 8,273 of them
>
> in our jails round Africa and we are still looking for more. We are
>
> aware that a lot of foreigners out there have been deceived and lost
>
> their hard earned money to these fraudsters after promising them
>
> percentages in their letters/e-mails for their impending help to move
>
> funds out of Africa including fake lottery winning notification and at
>
> the end of the day, they will collect thousands of dollars from you
>
> without a successful end.
>
> Please, watch the video links below as some of these fraud-stars were
>
> arrested in Nigeria:
>
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISMgGdaGOJM
>
> It was agreed that to retain the good image of Nigeria and the rest of
>
> African countries, all the victims who lost his/her hard earned money
>
> to these faceless thieves will be compensated with just US$800,000.00
>
> (Eight hundred thousand United Stated Dollars only). This we assume
>
> will help you to recover your lost. Please, you have to accept the
>
> money like that because the people (victims) in our pay list are too
>
> much. We are paying back from the money we recovered from these
>
> fraudsters.
>
> The UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA NEW YORK BRANCH (DR. MICHAEL PIRNIE) is the
>
> paying officer.
>
> To that effect, we are sending you this e-mail because your contact
>
> details were given to us as one of the victims. Since the Scotland Yard
>
> Police, Interpol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have
>
> stepped into this matter, be rest assured that you are safe as it is
>
> our duty to protect and serve the citizens of United Kingdom and United
>
> States of America in particular and the rest of the world in general.
>
> TO FILE FOR YOUR CLAIM, PLEASE, FILL THE REQUIRED INFORMATION AS STATED
>
> BELOW AND SEND IT TO UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA NEW YORK IMMEDIATELY:
>
> 1. YOUR FULL NAME
> 2. YOUR AGE
> 3. GENDER:
> 4. HOUSE OR OFFICE ADDRESS (P.O BOX NOT ACCEPTABLE),
> 5. OCCUPATION
> 6. YOUR PHONE NUMBER(S)
> 7. COUNTRY:
>
> BANK NAME: UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (NEW YORK BRANCH)
> CONTACT PERSON: DR. MICHAEL PIRNIE (paying officer)
> E-mail: mikepirnieuba3@gmail.com
> Tel: (+1)347-470-0577
>
> Immediately you send the above required information to UNITED BANK FOR
>
> AFRICA, they will proceed with the Processing/Releasing of your payment
>
> to you within 2-3 working days based on our agreement. Your
>
> Compensation fund, Proof of Fund Ownership Certificate, Affidavit of
>
> Claim and Money Laundering Clearance Certificate will be send to you
>
> via Courier Company. We are aware that these fraudsters has broken a
>
> lot of home(s), made a lot of people to lose their job, sell their
>
> properties, closed their business, put many on the street, and made a
>
> lot to even lose their life. We are very sorry.
>
> Since the Interpol and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have
>
> stepped into this matter, you can be rest assured that this payment is
>
> legitimate and completely risk-free as it is our duty to protect and
>
> Serve the citizens of the United States of America and people around
>
> the world. However, you'll be expected to contact the UNITED BANK FOR
>
> AFRICA via E-mail for instructions on how to procure your Approval Slip
>
> and receive your compensation payment.
>
> IMPORTANT: UNDER PENALTY OF LAW, THE INFORMATION YOU SUBMIT TO THE
>
> UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (NEW YORK BRANCH) WILL CURRECTLY IDENTIFY YOU AS
>
> THE RECIPIENT OF THIS PAYMENT AND NO OTHER LIVING PERSON(s) OR ENTITY
>
> IS ENTITLED TO ANY PART OF THIS PAYMENT PRIOR RELEASE TO YOU AS IT IS A
>
> VIOLATION OF THE LAW FOR ANY PERSON TO INTENTIONALLY FILE FOR DOUBLE
>
> CLAIMING OR AID ANOTHER PERSON IN CLAIMING THE SAME FUND, BY MEANS OF
>
> FRAUD OR DECEIT. BE WARNED.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Mr. Paul Victor Craven
> Chief of Police
> fundavailable001@live.com
>


 
     

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