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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De: Western Union/United Nations < mutual@singnet.com.sg >
Asunto: Re:
A: noreply@un.com
Fecha: domingo, 7 de octubre de 2012, 10:40 am

Attention Customer,

We wish to inform you that the United
Nations Organization (UN) has taking over
the Inheritance/Winning payment issue in
which you presently have with your
transaction agents. Your funds was withdrawn
by UN on your behalf based on the fact that
you where subjected to too many process that
will make you spend more money before
receiving your funds.Your Inheritance/
Winning payment was paid out to the United
Nations Organization, and they have
succeeded in depositing your funds with us.
They have ordered Western Union Money
Transfer to take full responsibility in the
transfer process of your funds, and we have
received your application for the first
installment of $5,000Usd from the total
amount of $500,000.00Usd,Five Hundred
Thousand United States Dollars.

Below is your first instalmental payment
that was sent today for you to pick up:

Money Transfer Control Number (M.T.C.N):
Senders First Name: Chika
Senders Last Name: Ezenwa
Question: In God
Answer: We trust
Amount Sent: $5000

And to prove this right to you, your first
installment payment of $5,000.00 (Five
Thousand United State Dollars) has been
sent. We would require that you click on the
link (https://wumt.westernunion.com/asp/
orderStatus.asp?country=global) and follow
required, enter the MTCN control number as
well as the sender first name and sender
last name.

Note: You cannot pick up the funds yet
because our commission / transfer charges
has not been paid to us, for this simple
reason your name has not yet been activated
as the receiver of the funds. All that is
required of you now before receiving your
first installment payment is to proceed to
the nearest Western Union Money Transfer
outlet and then request to send $105Usd to
us through the western union money transfer
Foreign Operations Manager GEORGE EHIAWAGUAN
with the below information's:

1. Receivers Name: GEORGE EHIAWAGUAN
2. Receivers Address: Garki Abuja, Nigeria.
3. Amount: $105Usd.
4. Question: Confirm.
5. Answer: Transfer.

Your first installment will be released
after (2) hours and shall be made payable to
you after we received the transfer charges
for the $5,000.00 Five Thousand United State
Dollars we have just sent to you. And for
each $5,000.00Usd transferred to you, you
will only have to pay the $105Usd before
collection. Please not that we can not
deduct the transfer charges from your funds
because we where not authorized by UN to do
so. Your complete $500,000.00Usd was
deposited to us by the Attorney to the
United Nations Organization, and the funds
must reach you in its fullest.

Please proceed with the above payment
instructions fill in the underlisted details
for confirmation:

1. Sender Names As Used In Transferring The
Fund: ?
2. Sender Address: ?
3. Amount Sent: ?
4. Money Transfer Control Number: ?

We awaits your activation fee today, so you
can start receiving your instalment payment
as from today. You can also send us a scan
copy of the payment slip.

Yours truly,

Mr. Jake Morgan.

Western Union Payment Officer
E-mail; activation.unit.wumt@gmail.com
Direct Line: +2348071756651
Unicredit Bank Africa region.
Copyright © 2012.Unicredit Bank Plc, Africa.
All Rights Réserv
Miss Young

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