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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: Mr. Austen I. N. Obigwe. < austenobigwe2009@yahoo.com >
To:
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2012 5:49 PM
Subject: Treat as Urgent.
Attn: Sir/Ma,
This email is to notify you that I am ready to help you as a beloved in Christ if only you follow my advice and instruction to receive your part payment of $100,000.00 as the Board of Directors concluded and all you will do is to proceed to western union on Monday and send $200 to below details and send the payment details while I will release your part payment of $100,000.00 the same day.
Receiver name: Mr. Austen Obigwe.
Location: Lagos , Nigeria
Text Question: what color?
Text answer: Blue.
I hope you understand what I mean? After you receive the $100,000.00 we can proceed to release your balance fund also mind you, its’ must that you claim your fund this year to avoid bank not to cancel your fund ok.
I am look forward to hear your positive reply from you soon also you can call on +234-708-226-0906.
Thanks and God bless,
Mr. Austen Obigwe.
Director, Union Bank of Nigeria plc,
Lagos , Nigeria.
 
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From: Mr. Austen I. N. Obigwe < austeninobigwe2001@live.com >
Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2012 7:59 PM
Subject: Contract Payment will be release to you.

Head Office:
9th Floor, Union Bank Building,
Quality Assurance Department and
Office of the Director of International Remittance Department
36, Marina -Lagos Nigeria
Tel/Fax: +234-1-776-0439
MISSION: To be the foremost financial institution with the most satisfied customers
VISION: To be the best of the best to bank on.
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email with your personal information regarding the released of your Contract Payment. Note, I am the one to release your fund from our bank here in Nigeria also our official transferring bank's e-mail address is bad for now due to networking problem. Consequently, note that your approved entitlement will be released to your account on your verification, authentication and endorsement of your account particulars in our "Classified Documents" that will be sent to you by email attachment in due course.
I attached my office ID and my national ID for you to know that you are dealing with the right person also the Payment Verification form, Fill it and return to our office. It in order to bring genuine inheritance beneficiary should come in person or endorse this form for immediate reconciliation and release of your Contract Payment.
Before we commence work on releasing your entitlement payment we are going to write an application letter on your behalf requesting for the releasing of your approved entitlement with your personal information received and you are require to pay application/processing fees of $390.00 via Western Union Money Transfer with my name information below.
Name: Mr. Austen Obigwe
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Text Question: What color?
Answer: Blue
Amount: $390.00
As soon as we received the payment info (MTCN), we shall contact you and send the "Classified Documents" by email attachment also your Payment Advice/Telex Confirmation Slip will be send to you by email attachment or fax as soon as your fund is release to your account within 48hours.
Please do not hesitate to reach us with your concerns, if any, in respect of your payment. Be assured of our good services at all times.
Mr. Austen I.N. Obigwe
Account Manager/Director, Foreign Operations Dept.,
Union Bank of Nigeria, PLC
Lagos-Nigeria





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Union Bank Payment Verification form
 
     
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