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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Mr > From: IBRAHIM LARMODE < efccauthority.ng@gmail.com >
> To:
> Sent: Monday, November 5, 2012 3:51 AM
> Subject: REFUND
> Attention,
> To whom it may concern
> This is from the Economic and Financial Crime Commission team in
> collaboration with the United Nations (UN) in regards to the extensive
> raid (arrests) on Internet scammers. Due to the high rate of complain
> we have been receiving from United Nations (UN) on the level of Scam
> artists/fraudsters with African nationality. All the Internet Service
> Providers had noticed the increased email traffic originating from
> African to other continents.
> In this raid, three hundred and six (356) scammers were arrested so
> far and the raid is still on. We have recovered the total sum of
> US$3.2 Billion from them from both cash and assets confirmed to have
> come from their victims. As we have found hundreds of thousands of
> email addresses of victims from their address books. It is at this
> juncture that we are contacting you.
> The Economic and Financial Crime Commission team with the United
> Nation (UN) are making refunds of US$350,000.00 each to victims among
> whom his/her email address was listed on the scammer's address books.
> Confirm if you are the true possessor of this email, and provide us
> with the following information for your refund.
> Your Names:
> Sex:
> Age:
> Nationality:
> Tel number:
> Email address: (re-confirm)
> Mode of Payment:
> Copy of your Identification:
> Upon receipt of your reply and confirmation of the information, Your
> refund payment will be signed for payment.
> Mr. Ibrahim Larmorde
> Chairman EFCC Nigeria
> CC.African Union Anti-Fraud Unit.
> CC.Federal Bureau of Investigation
> CC.United Nation

From: IBRAHIM LARMODE < efccauthority.ng@gmail.com >
Sent: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: (REFUND)

Urgent Attention:

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email message with the
contents duly noted,in reply to your mail i confirm to you that we
have concluded all arrangement for the transfer of your refunds of
US$350,000.00 and the paying bank is the HSBC London.

Base on these, you as the beneficiary of the funds is entitled to make
a payment of $350.00 for the Revalidation/Telex Audit Confirmation fee
to enable us proceed immediately and give final transfer instruction
to the HSBC London for the complete transfer of your refunds of
US$350,000.00 to your bank account on the 8th of November 2012 for you
to confirm with your bankers within 6hours.

However,due to the limited time left for the transfer of your refunds
of US$350,000.00,you are advie to send the Revalidation/Telex Audit
Confirmation fee via western union money transfer to the below name of
my personal secreatary

Alex Chuwu

Lagos Nigeria

Question:Favorite Color

Answer: Blue

Make the payment immediately and email me the payment details to
enable us finalize your payment,Also Attached below is the HSBC
transfer form kindly fill it properly and return it back with the
payment details of the US$350.00

Reply Urgently

Ibrahim Larmorde
EFCC Chairman

Miss Young

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