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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 ANDREA IGBO < mrandreaigbo@yahoo.com >
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 3:47 PM
Subject: CONGRATULATIONS!! YOUR ATM DEBIT CARDS ARE READY FOR DELIVERY




Upon my acknowledgment of your forwarded response from senator DR.JIM MARK CLARKSON,CHAIRMAN, SENATE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATION AND FINANCE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA. I immediately authorized for the issuance of your 2 Debit Cards containing the sum of $10,000,000.00 USD each. The 16-digit Access Authorization Code Numbers has been encrypted on each of the Debit Card, to enable you have access to check the exact amount on the Debit Cards, and also to have access for the withdrawal of funds from the Debit Cards for deposit into your bank account. The total sum of $20,000,000.00 USD being the estimated approved value of your overdue funds has been programmed into 2 Debit Cards with your name(N.S Shankar)the beneficiary's name on each Debit Card.

However, the process of programming the $20,000,000.00 USD into the 2 Debit Cards has just been concluded. I have scanned and attached the 2 Debit Cards with this message for your confirmation and reference. Meanwhile, the 2 Debit Cards are ready to be dispatched via a government approved Delivery Service Center to your designated country.
Furthermore, the custom clearance charges for each debit card is $250 USD each and cost of shipment is $80 USD. Therefore, the total estimated charges for your 2 Debit Cards is $580 USD. This is in accordance with the Provisions of the Enabling Act of the Federal Government of Nigeria on debit card payment process. The Issuing Bank is Intercontinental bank Nigeria PLC and the date of issuance is today 26TH SEPT, 2012. The time frame for delivery of the Debit Card will be 48 hours which you can also withdraw cash from any of the ATM Machines around you up to the tune of $10,000 dollars (Ten Thousand Dollars) daily and note that you will effect the change of the secret pin numbers to the pin of your choice before withdrawal, And note the current pin numbers now are 5014.
For this reason, you are advised to kindly view your ATMs in the attachment for your confirmations and perusal.
Meanwhile,you are to forward the sum of $200 USD only immediately via any cash transfer medium preferably (Western Union Money Transfer or Money Gram) for immediate dispatch of your 2 Debit Cards to you. Kindly use this information's below for your wiring of required $580 dollars needed for the delivery of the Two ATM CARD:

Name:SANTOS ESELU. Test Question: WHAT FOR?. Answer: MY CARD. City and Country: Lagos, Nigeria. Amount: $580 USD.

Upon our receipt of the customs clearance charges and shipment estimated to the value of $580 USD your debit cards shall be dispatched to your designated address accordingly and the tracking numbers for the delivery shall be furnished to you immediately.
Finally, be informed that a Certified Clean Report on Funds and a Clearance Certificate will be sent to you upon our receipt of payment for the $580 USD. These 2 vital documents will certify that the source of your fund is free and clear from any financial misconduct and that the $20,000,000.00 USD has no illegal activity attached to it whatsoever.Waiting to hear from you.
You are free to call me on my phone if you need my urgent attention.Have a nice day.

Yours Sincerely,
MR.ANDREA IGBO
Director,Foreign Operations
(Intercontinental bank Nigeria PLC)
Direct phone Number- 002348107770985





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