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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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Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 1:44 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: YOUR PAYMENT HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR TRANSFER
Chairman Committee On Foreign
Contract And Beneficiaries/Inheritance fund Payment Notification
From United Nations And USA Government.
From Sir. Eric Ben.
Attn: Beneficiary,
This is to inform you that the U.S.A Government, International Monetary Fund (IMF) And United Nations Organization (UNO) Officials Has Approved To Pay You Part Payment Of Your Fund worth USD 3.5 milion through an approved bank (Royal Bank of Scotland) In United Kingdom (UK). The British Prime Minister in conjunction with U.S.A GOVERNMENT, I.M.F and UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION has given irrevocable approval order with this release Code: GNC/3480/02/2013 In your favor to release your fund. Your Entitlement/fund which you have not received has been approved by the UNO/IMF.
Currently, states, federal agencies and other organizations collectively hold more than $58 billion in unclaimed cash and benefits. That's roughly $186 for every U.S. resident. The unclaimed property comes from a variety of sources, including abandoned bank accounts and stock holdings, unclaimed life insurance payouts and forgotten pension benefits. Some people are owed serious cash. Last year, a Connecticut resident claimed $32.8 million, proceeds from the sale of nearly 1.3 million shares of stock. The recipient of the funds requested to remain anonymous and no further details were provided.
More than $300 million in pension benefits is currently owed to some 38,000 people, according to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. The unclaimed benefits currently range from 12 cents to a whopping $704,621, with an average benefit of $9,100. Benefits may go unclaimed because an employee is unaware they had accrued retirement benefits at a previous employer, the agency said. Under varying state laws, financial institutions and other companies are required to turn over any funds considered "abandoned," including uncashed paychecks, forgotten bank account balances, unclaimed refunds, insurance payouts and contents of safe deposit boxes. They have found some pretty unusual items like diamonds, bottles of liquor and sardines. Property is usually considered abandoned after the holder of the account or property has had no activity or contact with the owner for several years.
The states then try to find the owner through websites, newspaper ads and booths at events like state fairs. But every year, the vast majority of unclaimed funds remain in state coffers, where the cash can be used to fund government operations. Although the states are careful to note that the owner's claim to the property will always remain valid.
"The money belongs to the owner in perpetuity. Even if the owner dies, then their heirs could come back and claim it," said Carolyn Atkinson, West Virginia's deputy treasurer for unclaimed property and a past president of National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators. Florida's chief financial officer announced this month that the state had received 61,271 new unclaimed property accounts worth more than $25 million as part of a settlement with insurance company AIG (AIG). The state auditors found that many insurers would use the Social Security Administration's Death Master File to cancel annuity payments to clients who passed away, but not to start issuing payments to their beneficiaries. In some cases, companies would continue collecting premium payments from the policy's value for years after the insured's death, depleting the cash reserves down to zero.
The Reference No.-35460021, Allocation No: 674632 and your Certificate of Merit Payment No: 103, Released Code No: 0763. The CITIBANK OF NEW YORK which is our official remitting bank, Committee On Foreign Payment Matters in United Nations, has look up to make sure you receive your Fund. For payment/immediate transfer of your fund, you are advise to provide the below details.
1) YOUR FULL NAME:
2) ADDRESS, CITY, STATE AND COUNTRY:
3) PERSONAL CELL PHONE, FAX AND MOBILE:
4) COMPANY NAME (IF ANY) POSITION AND ADDRESS:
5) OCCUPATION, AGE AND MARITAL STATUS:
6) COPY OF YOUR INT'L PASSPORT/DRIVERS LICENSE
Upon the receipt of your response with your details, we will send you more details on the transfer and guide you on the transfer.
Sincerely.
Sir. Eric Ben.
Chairman Foreign Operation Dept,
USA IMF.
 
     
Miss Young

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