Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following "work-at-home" email. Be aware of these offers. In most of these offers the real deal is that they send you a false check (that may be honoured in the first place) and you return 90% of it by Western Union. When the check after a while bounces, you have lost all the money you sent.

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From: Ranger Crown < realmood99@aol.com >
Sent: Tue, Nov 13, 2012 3:05 am
Subject: 1st Assignment Instruction Kindly Acknowledge


This email is to notify you about your first assignment to be delivered to your 
residence today via Fedex,this first assignment is to evaluate your comittment 
to work and hope you will not let me down. .The package to be deliver to you 
contain check worth $2930  and as soon as you comfirm package delivery to get 
your assignment done without holding back.  

1. In order for you to receive your wages for the week, take the payment to your 
bank and have it Deposit and wait for 24-48 hours for it to cleaar. 

2. Once you have cashed the financial instrument I need you to do the following:

a. Deduct $500 which is your weekly pay

b. Send the remaining funds  to my Art Materials Supplier  via Western Union 
using the receivers information below:

c.Deduct Western Union charges from balance fund after you have minus your $500 

d,Hope you know Western Union store around you to make transfer from. 

Name :Christina Kummerer
Address:390 Humor Ave
City : Barboursville
State : WV
Zip code : 25504
Country : U.S.A

Send me the following details via email after sending the money:

1. Senders Name as its written on the western union forms

2. Money Transfer Control Numbers {M.T.C.N}

3. The amount sent after deducting western union tramsfer charges

I willl await quickly response from you and looking forward to keep good 
relationship with you. 

Miss Young

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