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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> Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 16:54:01 +0000
> From: davidbelle8@gmail.com
> To:
> Dear Sir
> The United States operates border preclearance facilities at a number
> of ports and airports in foreign countries. They are staffed and
> operated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers. Travelers
> pass through Immigration and Customs, Public Health, and Department of
> Agriculture inspections before boarding their aircraft, ship or train.
> US officials state that this process is intended to streamline border
> procedures, to reduce congestion at ports of entry, and to facilitate
> travel between the preclearance location and some U.S. airports that
> may not be equipped to handle international travellers. However, the
> US and other countries who engage in the practice have been accused of
> being motivated also by the desire to prevent the arrival of asylum
> seekers, who are protected under the 1951 Refugee Convention's
> non-refoulement provisions once they arrive at their destination.[1]
> Preclearance exists at most major Canadian airports, providing (in
> theory) convenience to travellers from those cities to the U.S.
> Arrangements also exist with some airports in Bermuda, The Bahamas,
> Aruba and at two airports in Ireland. In Canada, U.S. Border
> Preclearance is also known by its French name, précontrôle.[2] When
> travelers from a preclearance port arrive in the U.S. they do so as
> domestic travelers (pre-cleared flights are always subject to
> reinspection at the discretion of Customs and Border Protection). This
> is particularly beneficial to those who have an ongoing connection
> (such as a connecting flight), as there is no risk of border delays
> causing them to miss their connection. (A corresponding drawback,
> however, is that a delay in preclearance could cause the passenger to
> miss the outbound flight.) Air travelers with further connections have
> their baggage checked through to their destination; without
> preclearance the baggage would have to be collected prior to customs
> inspection and then checked-in for the subsequent flight.
> Preclearance provides considerable flexibility to the airlines
> operating in those routes where such program is available. For
> example, major U.S airlines and their subsidiaries routinely operate
> many daily flights from locations like Toronto, Ontario, Canada, or
> Nassau, Bahamas, to New York City. Thanks to the presence of
> preclearance facilities in Toronto and Nassau, the airlines can
> conveniently direct their flights from these locations to land at
> LaGuardia Airport, rather than the much larger and busier John F.
> Kennedy International Airport. This allows them to save the valuable
> space at JFK for their other international arrivals.
> However, with the notable exceptions of LaGuardia Airport and Ronald
> Reagan Washington National Airport, many more US airports now have
> customs facilities compared to when the preclearance program first
> started in 1952. The waits at some busy preclearance facilities,
> notably Toronto Pearson, can also often exceed the waiting times of
> non-precleared flights at the destination and cause significant delays
> to departure schedules. Reduced staffing levels by US Customs and
> Border Protection have been blamed by airport authorities, whose pleas
> have been answered with deferrals due to domestic priorities
> Therefore we have a special arrangement on ground to subvert these
> huddles and make a smooth delivery to your destination by Sunday
> morning. The reason we choose Sunday is that most Airport are usually
> free on Sundays and the security checks are reasonable .
> Ensure you forward to us your private phone numbers and personal
> address to avoid being high-jack by security operatives, note that the
> delivery officer has no knowledge of the content and will hand it
> over to a custom clearing agent contracted to handle the clearing and
> proceed to her to Bahamas.
> Now its your duty to work hand in hand with the clearing agent to
> receive your consignment, i would not want any kind of delay by from
> you side as it is very risky .
> Regards
> Mr David Bell
> Director
> Call me on:44-770-0045730
Miss Young

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