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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: "Mr.Ibrahim Lamorde"<accounts@frampolafrica.com>
Subject: Re CONTACT THE EFCC FOR YOUR FUNDS
Date: Mon 10 Mar 2014 02 44 20 0330

Attention Dear Beneficiary:
I, Senator Walter Richard a representative of the Federal Government of Nigeria and The Head of the Senate House in charge of foreign matters is hereby writing to update you regarding your escapades with individuals or group of individuals/organization who parade themselves as being authorized to remit funds to you which you end up falling a victim of their SCAM activities and led to empty your purse without eventually getting nothing in return.
In this regards, the three arms of government here in Nigeria resolved into holding a meeting to see to the end of this act which has been giving the Federal Government of Nigeria sleepless nights and also a bad image and more so led to loosing most of our trusted foreign investors.
In effect, we have finalized by coming up with a committee which has me as the Head to ensure that all foreign Investors who must have fallen victim of such in the past finally have a reason to smile by being compensated by the Federal Government of Nigeria to the tune of US$2.5m (Two Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Each) as beneficiaries.
This is part of an Instruction/Mandate passed by the Federal Ministry of Finance in respect to overseas contract payment and debt re-scheduling. We are doing this to retain the good image of Our Country, and the President (Dr. Good-luck Ebele Jonathan ) has instructed the payment of (US$2.5Million Dollars) Each to Scammed victims in the diaspora such including America, Asia, Europe Etc.
As laws binding this blessed country, we have made necessary arrangements with the body in charge of financial and cyber crimes whom have been very effective over the years in tracking down such hoodlums and eventually bringing them to book as the case may be. Hence you are implored to make contact with the Chairman of this commission(Economic and Financial Crimes Commission)EFCC which is a household name in charge of all kinds of crimes here in Nigeria so as to furnish you with details on how to go about the receipt of this compensated funds of yours as earlier stated to the tune of US$2.5m.
You are hereby required to contact the Chairman of the EFCC commission through this details as follows:
Contact Person: Mr.Ibrahim Lamorde
E-mail: efcc@live.cn
Mobile No:+234-708-222-8049
Do ensure you state clearly that you are being directed by the Senate Committee in charge of foreign matters while contacting the EFCC Boss with the secret code (Cyber 419)
You are to forward the requested information below to him.
1.Full Names:
2.Home Address:
3.Mobile No:
4.Age:
5.Sex:
6.Occupation:
7.Country:
8.Next Of Kin:
9.Scan Copy Of Your Identification:
10.Marital Status: Single/ Married.
Contact him immediately after you go through this email and also do not fail to provide your personal identification as well as your full banking details or delivery address as the case may be where you want your funds to be transferred or delivered to.
Make sure you keep me posted on activities so as to ensure the immediate transfer or delivery of your funds via my contact email (efcc@live.cn).
Point to Note: If you prefer having your funds delivered, be informed that it will only be delivered either through ATM Master Card or Cashier Check means for security and safety reasons(INDICATE)
Thanks for your understanding
Senator Walter Richard
Head, Senate Committee on Foreign Matters
 
     
Miss Young

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