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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: "DR.HASSAN IDRIS" <idris_cenbankpayment@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2013 12:21:46
Subject: RE; MONEY TRANSFER NOTIFICATION

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Office of the Governor.
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.

International Remittance Dept,
Lagos, Nigeria.
Phone : +234-8134778578



APPROVAL TO PAY US$8.2MILLION DOLLARS

Attention; Beneficiary,

Sir,

The management of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is glad to inform you that we have given you enough chance to claim your fund value the sum of US$8.2M.

Sorry, we have find out that you are no longer interesting to claim the $8.2M due because you are not able to raise the required clearance charges of $350 only.

For your information, we are using this opportunity to bring to your notice that the World bank governor has instructed this bank to cut down the clearance charges from $350 to $200.

In that regard, you are now required to send the sum of $200 to the clearance officer in charge of your file, Mr. Akuchukwu Elijah through Money Gram, RIA or Western Union Money Transfer so that he will give full clearance to your file to enable us transfer the $8.2m to your account.

The World Bank is facilitating this final payment of outstanding / abandoned contract /inheritance funds to all foreign partners and your name was 5th on the list of beneficiaries that will be paid within the next 14 days.

For your information, this is your opportunity to claim your $8.2m as it has been approved and awaiting transfer to your account as soon as the clearance is completed on your file.

Now that all the clearance charges have been cut down from $350 to $200, I hereby advise you to do everything possible to send the $200 without further delay as that will give you the opportunity to secure the clearance certificate which will enable you to receive the $8.2m without hitch.

We do not want the government to seize your funds and we are doing every thing within our powers to ensure effective release and transfer of the $8.2m to your account.

It is better for you to send the $200 because, that is the only delay we are having for now, like I said, and your fund is now ready to be sent to you. Don�t lose this chance because, this is the last chance you have to receive your US$8.2Million United State Dollars, Please, do everything possible to send this fee before hand to avoid negative attention to your file.

To avoid further delaying your funds, you are hereby directed to send the $200 to the customer service manager, in charge of your file, Mr. Akuchukwu Elijah through Money Gram, R. I. A or Western Union Money Transfer, Lagos, Nigeria as stated bellow:

REXEIVER�S NAME; AKUCHUKWU ELIJAH
COUNTRY; NIGERIA
CITY: LAGOS, NIGERIA
AMOUNT: USD$200 ONLY
TEST QUESTION; WHAT COLOR
ANSWER; BLUE

Note that as soon as you send the $200 to Akuchukwu Elijah, you are required to send MTCN and other details to me through SMS or you call my direct telephone number: +234-8134778578 so that I will forward it to the appropriate office for proper clearance of your file which will enable this bank to transfer the $8.2m to your account.

I am waiting to receive the payment confirmation as soon as possible.

Sincerely,

DR. HASSAN IDRIS,
DIRECTOR OF FOREIGN REMITTANCE,
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
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Miss Young

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