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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Subject: Attention:Extreme customer.
From: offic.ailumservi@aol.com
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2013 22:19:59 -0500

Attention:Extreme customer.

Having considered your inability to clear your package (ATM CARD)
containing $7.5 which have been long on hold at Colorado for about two
months ago therefore I am delighted whole heatedly to inform you that
after our board meetings last weekend regarding your long over due
delivery of your ATM card with Benin branch, we arrive at the
conclusion to send an agent from Benin Republic to USA who will come
and clear the package for you and get it delivered to you safely
without further delay.

Before I further explain to you here is your proposed tracking details
to your package which has been long conveyed to Colorado from our
Porto-Novo branch due to misplace of current delivery address. You can
track your package now on our official website:

www.fedex.com
Tracking Number: 875785911423

The above is the tracking details to your package ( atm card) so you
can track it online now by yourself to understand better and you are
to reconfirm your current delivery address to the agent such as: House
address………………, Office address…………., Direct cell and mobile telephone
number…………. , Occupation…………and A copy of your ID

The above is the information you will have to reconfirm to the agent
immediately because he is currently at New York now to make delivery
to one of our client and will soon fly to Colorado for your own
package clearance and final delivery to you therefore you are to
contact him with below contact info:

Contact him with the above contact details meanwhile note you will
have to pay the sum of $91 for the OFFICIAL CLEARANCE WARRANT which we
will obtain here in Benin republic the parcel origin of which he will
use to clear the package once he get to Colorado without more
interrogation or delay because we don’t want him to stay long on that
delivery to you therefore you are advise to kindly comply with us by
sending across the $91 which is the only payment you will have to pay
on this transaction to get your Atm Card cleared and delivered to you
safely. You are to send the fee right away with the below cashier
information over here in Benin republic via Western Union or Money
Gram and get back to us with your western union payment details for us
to rush and get the OFFICIAL CLEARANCE WARRANT obtained and forwarded
to him before he will arrive to Colorado after completing a delivery
to our client in New York.

Send the $91 immediately with below cashier information:

Receiver’s name:John Nnadili
Country: Benin Republic
City: Porto-Novo
Test Question: When
Answer: Soon
Amount: $91 only
MTCN…………………?
SENDER'S NAME. . . . . . . .?

Note: the $91 is the only needed fee from you to enable our agent
complete your delivery to you safely without delay therefore we want
you to comply with us as a matter of urgent, send the required $91
with the above cashier name John Nnadili and get back to us
immediately with your western union payment details so that Nelson
Mark will arrive your shoe today with your packaged ATM card once we
forward the OFFICIAL CLEARANCE WARRANT to him because that is the only
delay to your delivery now.

We are highly submitted and willing to serve you better whole-heatedly.
Highly Submitted.

Respectfully Yours in-service,

REV. MAXWELL ANTHONY EGO
FedEx MANAGING DIRECTOR BENIN REPUBLIC
TELEPHONE:+229 99165289
Email: offic.ailumservi@aol.com
 
     
Miss Young

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