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: Carlos Alberto Primo Braga < details.update@workmail.com > ;
To: < details.update@workmail.com > ;
Subject: * *Your ATM CARD Delivery Tracking Number: * *803240064803* *
Sent: Tue, Dec 23, 2014 12:14:24 AM

Director, Economic Policy and Debt, PREM The World Bank
1818 H St NW Washington, District of Columbia 20006, United States.
(202) 656-7327
Greetings ,
* *Your ATM CARD Delivery Tracking Number: * *803240064803* *
We were authorized by the newly appointed United Nation Secretary General, and the Governing body of the United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit, to investigate the unnecessary delay on your payment, recommended and approved in your favor. During the course of our investigation, we discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily delayed by corrupt officials of the Bank and Government regulatory organs in Nigeria who are trying to divert your funds into their private accounts.
However, our reason for contacting you on this day is to inform you that your ATM CARD valued/credited for $5million dollars was dispatched through Federal Express Courier Service(FEDEX) but at the point of dispatch on the Wed 2/26/2014 2:13 pm, to one P.Takara who contacted our Head Office in Nigeria that he is your representative and that you gave him due authorization to receive the package on your behalf and he presented an Affidavit to our Office claiming to be Approved by the High Court of Nigeria and duly signed by you.
We sent you series of emails in this regards but you did not respond back to us; However, in the course of our routine scrutinize into our Dispatch Alert, we discovered that the document presented to us by P.Takara was not approved by the High Court of Nigeria and we discovered that P.Takara was an impostor trying to claim your parcel which has been delivered to our Legal Department in New York USA.
For your information, the parcel has been Delivered at OHIO, OH US on Monday Mon 3/03/2014 10:00 am. To verify this information, go to WWW.FedEx.com and type in the tracking number below to view delivery status.
Your Tracking Number: 803240064803
Therefore, you are advised to contact the Dispatch Office of United Bank of Africa (UBA) in Nigeria with the information below; to enable him re-schedule the delivery of your ATM Card to your home address and also ensure that you keep the new Tracking Number that will be given to you once the package has been placed on transit via FedEx to avoid any further obstruction;
Contact Name: Rev. Charles Okoro,
Position: Chief Protocol Officer, Dispatch Unit of United Bank of Africa (UBA)
Email: (ubabankgroups@workmail.com)
Direct Telephone line: +234-812-190-5506
As soon as you establish contact with him, ensure that you provide your present address as below to the contact in other for the Officer to effect the change and Re-direct the parcel to your home address.
We expect your urgent attention to this email to enable us monitor this payment effectively. Inline with the mode of operation of the Federal Express(FEDEX), you shall be required to pay the sum of $150(Only) as the Insurance Fee and registration of your package before it can be placed on transit. Once you contact the Office, please request for payment option from them in other to avoid further delay which might result into demur-rage and excessive demand for fees.
Sincerely yours,
Carlos Alberto Primo Braga
Director, Economic Policy and Debt, PREM The World Bank
1818 H St NW Washington, District of Columbia 20006, United States.
(202) 656-7327
EMAIL: infoworldbankgroups@yahoo.es
Miss Young

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