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: test@test.frederation.com
Reply-to: deburrswilliam3@gmail.com
Sent: 11/9/2014 12:27:48 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time
Good Day,

I'm Mrs.Mrs. Angela Lar a German citizen though you don't know me. My
colleague sometime in the past solicited for your partnership in a
transaction in regard to getting some funds transferred to your account
but you opted out due to reasons best
known to you, which left the transaction pending then.

Well he later solicited for my partnership and support on the same
transaction, though he informed me about your effort to assist him. We
therefore agreed to compensate you after a successful transfer.

I am very happy to inform you about our success in getting the funds
transferred under my co-operation. We left London, UK for Paris, France
to have our fun and Share the Joy of the successful transaction.
hehehehe don't you ever think that we forgot you,
no we didn't forget your past efforts and zeal to assist at that time.
Personally I love being transparent.

Anyway as agreed to compensate you to show our gratitude, we bought
some gifts which include Gold Jewelries, iPads and Laptops for you. We
tried to call you on the phone but to no avail. We are flying to China
tomorrow for investments and will barely have
access to email. Due to time constraints we had no other option than to
leave the items with Excel Global Courier Service Company to convey the
items to you pending your address reconfirmation.

Inside the laptops bags, you will see $20,000 each (that's 9 laptops)
making it $180,000 USD. I hid them inside the laptops bags so that
nobody will see it. Instruction has been given the Excel Global Courier
Service to deliver the items to you as soon as
you reconfirm your receiving details to them. I will be very busy with
travel arrangement, flying to China like i told you so i will barely
have access to mail. Hence I thought it wise to furnish you with Excel
Global Courier Service contact details at once so as to enable you
contact them when you are able to read this mail.

Below are their contact details. . now E-mail them immediately and ask
about item code: "9864543/pending/delivery" by me.

Company Name: Excel Global Courier Service
Contact Person: Mr. Willie Burs
Email: deburrswilliam3@gmail.com

Thank you very much for your zeal to assist then. Let friendly love
continue! I’m off. . Take care and God bless.so feel free to get in
touch with them. Pls pray for our safe trip. Please note that the
courier company don’t know anything about the hiding money in the
laptops, don’t ever disclose it to them.

Mrs. Angela lar
Miss Young

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