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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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Mr
From: Mr. Joe William < khan@jeansco.com.pk >
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Fri, May 24, 2013 8:53 pm
Subject: THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR FUNDS.

Attn:

Sometimes, I do wonder if you are really, really with your senses. How Could you
keep trusting people and at the end you will loose your hard Earned money, or
are you being deceived by their big names? They Impersonate on many offices,
claiming to be Governors, Directors/Chairmen of one Office or the other. Their
game plan is only just to extort your hard Earned money. Now, the question is
how long you will continue to be Deceived? Sometimes, they will issue you fake
check, introduce you to fake Diplomatic delivery, un-existing
on-line banking
and they will also fake wire transfer of Your fund with Payment Stop Order and
even send you fake atm cards etc.

Anyway, by the virtue of my position I have been following this Transaction from
inception and all your efforts towards realizing the Fund. More often than not,
I sit down and laugh at your ignorance and That of those who claim they are
assisting you, it is very unfortunate That at the end you loose. Although, I
don't blame you because you are Not here in Nigeria to witness the processing of
your payment in Nigeria.The problem you are having is that you been told the
whole truth About this transaction and it is because of this truth they decided
to Be extorting your money. The most annoying part is even fraudsters Have
really taken advantage of this opportunity to enrich them selves At your
expense. Those you feel are assisting or working for you are Your main problems.
I know the truth surrounding this payment and I am The only person who will
deliver you from this long suffering if you will abide by my advice.

I also know that recently you have been dealing with people claiming to be the
EFCC. They claim that they are helping you and you forward all the fraudulent
e-mails you receive to them. At the end they do nothing about the fraudsters.
Soon they will ask you to pay money to receive a compensation of $150,000. Do
not pay any money to them because they are only interested in your hard earned
money and you will never receive any compensation in return, they will always
keep coming back to ask for more money.

Please I beseech you to stop pursuit of shadows and being Deceived.Feel free to
contact me immediately you receive this mail so that I can Explain to you the
modus-operandi guiding the release of your Payment. Do not panic, be rest
assured that this arrangement will be Guided by your Embassy here in Nigeria.

N/B: You are urgently requested to provide me with the following information

Full Name
Address
Age
Telephone Number
Occupation

Contact me upon the receipt of this mail if you wish to receive your fund and
stop wasting your hard earn money.


Thanks and remain blessed.

Yours faithfully,
Mr. Joe Williams
+2348188389787

 
     
Miss Young

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