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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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Dnia 10-05-2012 o godz. 14:53 Western Union Money Transfer <wu@mail.com> napisa�(a):
> WESTERN UNION HEAD OFFICE DEPARTMENT
> REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
> FOREIGN CONTRACTOR PAYMENT OFFICE
> TELEPHONE +234-80-57447161.
> WEB https://nigeria.westernunion.com
> website https://www.westernunion.co.uk
>
> Attention.
>
> Good Morning to you customer we will like to take this opportunity to
> welcome you into the Western Union family of services. We look forward to
> assist you in all time to transfer money and to receive money now and in
> the future.
>
> By registering with us, you've made it easy and convenient we are making
> sure that all our customers receiver can transfer money any time to
> anywhere. Convenient Agent locations.
>
>
> The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria
> are hereby to notify you of your payment inherited funds of
> $80,000.00.United States Dollar Which was Approved After the meeting held
> on 5th May 2012
>
>
> His Excellency the PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA (DR GOODLUCK
> EBELE JONATHAN ) has Instructed this Department to send your funds through
> western union money transfer for easy receive of your inherited funds
> without any further delay to avoid paying money to the fraudsters that is
> going on through Courier Company.
>
>
> The maximum amount you will be receiving per day starting from today is
> $5000. Also your are required by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
> (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria to send us the sum of $250 United States Dollar
> for Renewing and Re-confirming Of your file that was deposited in this
> office , as you can see below.
>
>
> Our accountant officer sent your first payment of $5000 today, but it is
> on hold by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of
> Nigeria, and according to Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde the Chairman of Economic and
> Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria, he told me that
> you can not pick up the $5000. no because, it is on hold , unless you pay
> the sum of $250 to Renew and Reconfirm your files of your $80,000.00 ,
> Below is the payment information of your first payment $5000
>
>
> Senders Name : James Inok
> MTCN: 6582479520
> Text Question : FROM EFCC?
> Answer : TO YOU
> Amount: $5000.
>
>
> we would like to advice you to track this first. and find out if this
> payment is Available for your status through our website
> https://nigeria.westernunion.com once the site is opened, click tracking
> MTCN (6582479520) first name is (James) and last name ( Inok ) it's up for
> your safety until your claim it.
>
>
> Note that immediately we confirm this $250, Your first payment of $5000
> will be released to you with out any other delay, So we advise you to try
> as much as possible to send the $250 today to enable us proceed on your
> transaction and your $5000 will released to you immediately and you will
> start receiveing your payment.
>
>
> Note below is the information to send the money to through western union
> money transfer;
>
>
> Receiver Name: ugochukwu Kelvin
> Address; Abuja, Nigeria
> Country; Nigeria
> Text Question; How Much?
> Answer; $250
> MTCN...........
>
>
> send the information below to enable them confirm the payment immediately
> you send it and release your transaction ok.
>
>
> Sender's Name........
>
> Sender's Address.....
>
> Sender's Country.....
>
>
> We await to receive the western union money transfer payment information�s
> today or you can call my direct line on +234-80-57447161
>
>
> Thanks for your understanding we look forward to hearing from you,
>
>
> Yours in service.
>
> Director Mr Carl Ndukka
>
> officer in-charge Western Union
>
> Department Head office
> republic of Nigeria
>
> Western Union�
>
> Welcome to Western Union
 
Mr
From: "WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER"< info@westernunion.com >
Date: May 13, 2012 2:47:04 AM PDT
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: [Bulk] YOUR COMPENSATED FUNDS OF $80, OOO




WESTERN UNION HEAD OFFICE DEPARTMENT
REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
FOREIGN CONTRACTOR PAYMENT OFFICE
TELEPHONE +234-80-57447161.
WEB https://nigeria.westernunion.com
website https://www.westernunion.co.uk

Attention.

Good Morning to you customer we will like to take this opportunity to welcome you into the Western Union family of services. We look forward to assist you in all time to transfer money and to receive money now and in the future.

By registering with us, you've made it easy and convenient we are making sure that all our customers receiver can transfer money any time to anywhere. Convenient Agent locations.


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria are hereby to notify you of your payment inherited funds of $80,000.00.United States Dollar Which was Approved After the meeting held on 5th May 2012


His Excellency the PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA (DR GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN ) has Instructed this Department to send your funds through western union money transfer for easy receive of your inherited funds without any further delay to avoid paying money to the fraudsters that is going on through Courier Company.


The maximum amount you will be receiving per day starting from today is $5000. Also your are required by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria to send us the sum of $250 United States Dollar for Renewing and Re-confirming Of your file that was deposited in this office , as you can see below.


Our accountant officer sent your first payment of $5000 today, but it is on hold by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria, and according to Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde the Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Republic of Nigeria, he told me that you can not pick up the $5000. no because, it is on hold , unless you pay the sum of $250 to Renew and Reconfirm your files of your $80,000.00 , Below is the payment information of your first payment $5000


Senders Name : James Inok
MTCN: 6582479520
Text Question : FROM EFCC?
Answer : TO YOU
Amount: $5000.


we would like to advice you to track this first. and find out if this payment is Available for your status through our website https://nigeria.westernunion.com once the site is opened, click tracking MTCN (6582479520) first name is (James) and last name ( Inok ) it's up for your safety until your claim it.


Note that immediately we confirm this $250, Your first payment of $5000 will be released to you with out any other delay, So we advise you to try as much as possible to send the $250 today to enable us proceed on your transaction and your $5000 will released to you immediately and you will start receiveing your payment.


Note below is the information to send the money to through western union money transfer;


Receiver Name: ugochukwu Kelvin
Address; Abuja, Nigeria
Country; Nigeria
Text Question; How Much?
Answer; $250
MTCN. . . . . .


send the information below to enable them confirm the payment immediately you send it and release your transaction ok.


Sender's Name. . . .

Sender's Address. . .

Sender's Country. . .


We await to receive the western union money transfer payment information’s today or you can call my direct line on +234-80-57447161


Thanks for your understanding we look forward to hearing from you,


Yours in service.

Director Mr Carl Ndukka

officer in-charge Western Union

Department Head office
republic of Nigeria

Western Union®

Welcome to Western Union
 
     
Miss Young

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