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: MRS. FARIDA WAZIRI < mrs.faridawaziri1@att.net >
Date: 2011/6/12

How are you and the family, we got your email notification about your dealings with some kind of scramblers which you are not suppose to deal with at all regarding your transfer, you have been dealing with this people for a long time while they are not in position to pay you your fund, this people have extracted a lot of money from you and at the end you get nothing,
I am being appointed to this post by my Fellow Nigerians, just to fetch out all this criminals that are deceiving foreigners about their existing funds to obtain money from them with genuine reasons about their transfer of funds.
However, it may interest you to know that the people you have been dealing with are not even in the banking system, but because they are aware of your existing amount, they are now using It to deal with you, I advise that you stop every further contact if you are still receiving any email or telephone calls from them, because dealing with them will not help this office to investigate or transfer your funds to you by the appropriate office, you should stop every further contact with these people because you won' t get anything in return because they are pretenders so for your own good you are advised to stop and concentrate to the office that we are going to initiate for the payment of your fund as it is ready to be wired, and for your own interest I advise that you respond to this email as soon as you get it so that we can proceed immediately without any further delays.
Furthermore, I also want you to understand that you have not been dealing with the right office as they will only deceive you because they can' t pay you anything, and be advised that a transaction of this magnitude will take some little expenditure which you are responsible as the rightful beneficiary,
So in that case I want you to know that you will spend but it will not inconvenient you at all immediately you reply to this message I shall quickly go to the FMF (Federal Ministry Of Finance) to obtain your BENEFICIARY CERTIFICATE which you are responsible to pay for as the rightful beneficiary of your funds, before we proceed in contacting the paying bank to complete the transfer of your funds which will not take more than 72 hours.
In view of the above you are advised to provide the information below to enable us begin the process of transferring your funds.
    1) Your Full Names………………………………………………
    2) Phone, Fax and Mobile ………………………………………
    3) Company' s Name, Position and Address………………….
    4) Profession, Age and Marital Status………………………….
    5). Amount Due for Payment…………………
Awaiting your earliest response,
Mrs. Farida Waziri
(Assist)Dr Gabriel Zyggy
Efcc Chairperson
EFCC Executive Chairman, Chief Mrs. Farida Mzamber Waziri (AIG rtd.)


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