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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
On Thursday, November 13, 2014 5:43 AM, mr. Alex White < mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com > wrote:




his is to remand you that you still the chance to receive your consignments and change your life, this is as the result of the out come the meeting held on Saturday been 08/11/2014 on your matter, after the authorities went through the report i presented on your matter, they unanimously agreed to give you a last minutes opportunity to receive your consignments, so that you will not held the U.S government or anybody responsible for not receiving your fund .

Therefore, your officially advise to send the balance of $100 to world bank office in Nigeria, as directed by Mrs. Rosemary Williams, to enable her issue and forward the Irrevocable International Diplomatic Cash Delivery Waiver as we requested, for the onward and immediate delivery of your consignments at your address.

Once again, you can reach world bank office in Nigeria through Mrs. Rosemary Williams via rosemarywilliams@rocketmail.com

Thanks for your kind understanding and mutual co-operation.

Attach is my official I.D card.

Mr. Alex White.
 
Mr
On Thursday, December 11, 2014 6:50 AM, mr. Alex White < mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com > wrote:


As directed by Mrs. Rosemary Williams of World bank office in Nigeria, you have to send the US$100 via ,

Mr. Victor Brown
Lagos Nigeria
Test Question: In God?
Answer: We Trust.

Forward the payment details to her and also copy me for official record.

I will call you to let you know the time of my arrival to your address with your consignment for final delivery.

Please let me know your nearest airport.

Mr. Alex White.
 
Mr From: mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com
Subject: RE:, from Mr. Alex White.
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2014 12:14:45 +0100





For your information, i am not the owner of this two email address mralex_white001@outlook.com AND mralex_white001@yahoo.co.nz , i don't know the owners and they are not from our office, so any transaction with the owners of the email address are at your own risk, so be very careful.


My email address is mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com and every correspondence that has to do with your delivery should be send direct to my email address mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com

Meanwhile , all expectation by Mrs. Rosemary Williams to hear from you with the payment information of the $100 for issuing of the waiver certificate in your favor by world bank office proves abortive.

Bear in mind that it is the waiver that will legally empower me to proceed to your address for the final delivery of your consignments to you without any form of payment again for any reason.

Therefore, i advise you to summon courage and do everything humanly possible to make sure you send the $100 to world bank office in Lagos Nigeria as directed by Mrs. Rosemary Williams via,

Mr. Victor Brown
Lagos Nigeria
Test Question: In God?
Answer: We Trust.

Forward the payment details to her and also copy me for official record.

I will call you to let you know the time of my arrival to your address with your consignment for final delivery once i receive a copy of the waiver in your favor from Mrs. Rosemary Williams.

Please let me know your nearest airport.

Mr. Alex White.
 
Mr
On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 5:50 AM, mr. Alex White < mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com > wrote:



Once again and for the last time, i have been directed to remand you that United Nations in conjunction with World Bank and government of United states of America is here by giving you the last minutes opportunity to receive your consignments at your address, if you only you can summon courage to send the $100 as directed.


Failure to ad-hear to this directives will warrant us to confiscate the consignment and turn the cash to U.S treasury department account, and you will have yourself to blame for loosing your consignments.


I am very sure your aware that this $100 is the only and last money your going to pay for receiving your consignments.


Bear in mind that you will not point any accusing finger on the government of anybody for not receiving your consignments.


Therefore, kindly ad-hear to the instruction as directed if you still want or cares to have your consignments at your door step address.

Try as much as you can to make sure you send the $100 through the below information,


Mr. Victor Brown
Lagos Nigeria
Test Question: In God?
Answer: We Trust.


Forward the payment details to her and also copy me for official record.

I will call you to let you know the time of my arrival to your address with your consignment for final delivery once i receive a copy of the waiver in your favor from Mrs. Rosemary Williams.

A good Christmas and better life lies ahead of you, so don't miss the opportunity, just because of $100.


Mr. Alex White.
 
Mr
On Thursday, December 18, 2014 6:19 AM, mr. Alex White < mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com > wrote:



I am still waiting to hear from Mrs. Rosemary Williams,but the information i received from her this morning is that i was out of office, but she is back today.

She promised to forward the waiver to me once the collect the $100 from money gram office over there in Nigeria.

I will call you to late you know the time of my arrival at your address with your consignments for final delivery the moment i receive the waiver from her office.

Looking forward to meet you at your place today or unfailingly by tomorrow.

Mr. Alex White.
 
Mr
On Friday, December 19, 2014 4:07 AM, mr. Alex White < mralexwhite_airport2014@outlook.com > wrote:


I am ready, willing and prepared for the delivery, but the Mrs. Rosemary Williams said that the American embassy in Nigeria requires that the documents and the waiver should be registered at the high court there in Nigeria for legal backing, before they can sign them.

She ( Mrs. Rosemary Williams ) made me to understand that the court has completed the registration and she has made a deposit of $126 for you, and you have to send the balance of $130 to them, before they can release the documents and waiver to her to forward to me.

I understand that you don't have money with you at the moment, but i will advise you as a friend and brother, to go your worst enemy to borrow the $130 and send to them, because that is the only thing hindering and delaying me from meeting you at your door step address for the final delivery.

Waiting for your prompt and positive responds.

Have a nice day.

Mr. Alex White.
 
     
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