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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From: Nigeria Police Inter Pool < interpoolpolice@hotmail.com >
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 18:37:12 +0000

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Interpol Africa
National Central Bureau
Police Home Office.
Nigeria Central Authority.
3rd Floor Jonathan Villa .
Abuja, Nigeria


INTER POL'S INVESTIGATION BUREAU AFRICA The Financial Crime unit at INTERPOL is fighting this global scourge
through several projects which aim to gather information, build up networks between law enforcement bodies and seek possible co-operation with the commercial sector, such as in a current private sector initiative against lottery and loan scams. The projects are designed around the concept of a co-ordination role for INTERPOL, to provide assistance to international investigations as well as strategic support to the law enforcement community, in order to combat significant fraud phenomena. New technologies open up many possibilities for criminals to carry out traditional financial crimes in new ways. One notable example is phishing’, whereby a criminal attempts to acquire through e-mail or instant messaging sensitive information such as passwords or credit card details by pretending to be a legitimate business representative. With this information, the criminal can commit fraud and even money

INTERPOL has stepped up its efforts in this area, working with stakeholders such as pharmaceutical makers, Internet service
providers, software companies, central banks and other relevant bodies to devise solutions to thwart criminals and protect consumers. INTERPOL’s chief initiatives in the area of financial and high-tech crime focus on:

Payment cards
Money laundering
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Programme
Currency counterfeiting
New technologies
Financial fraud

we are writing you this email from the INTER POL'S INVESTIGATION BUREAU AFRICA we want you to know that we cross checked our data base and we found out that you are doing a loan business on internet and other transaction. we want you to know that this company is false and also let you to know the people that you were doing transaction has been arrested and his account has be frozen by the Government. we want you to know that the sum of (10 Thousand Dollars)$10,000.00 Dollars was found in his account which we know he stole from so many people like you.

We want you to know that the government has decided to give out this money according to your profile we saw. And you were giving the sum of $10,000.00 Dollars for compensations. so you will have to get back to us so that we can get you registered for this funds and have it transferred to your account. as soon as possible. Contact us for the proceeds of your compensation. we want you to know that the government of this country is sorry for what inconvenience this might have caused, but you have to make sure
that what ever business you engage on here in Africa, you have to try
and confirm from us first okay.
Mr John Abbott,
we await your response.

Miss Young

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