419.bittenus.com
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.

If you received a similar email, you should go to the homepage to read more about 419 fraud.

Mr From: Ude Oku <fileofice03@gmail.com>
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Mon, May 5, 2014 6:16 pm
Subject: ATTN; GOODS NEWS//YOUR ATM CARD IS READY//CONTACT FEDEX ASAP.

Dear Beneficiary,
It's my pleasure to inform you that, the inheritance fund has been paid
and i have received my share.
I have loaded the sum of $8.5mUSD in a SWIFT ATM VISA CARD in your
favour as your compensation. I deposited it with FedEX Express Service
Benin Republic. So contact the FedEX now for the deliver of the card to
you because i am out of country now for my project i have at hand.
I paid the delivery charges, but I did not pay their official Security
keeping fees since they refused. Reasons for their refusal is because
they do not know when you are going to contact them because the keeping
fee which runs daily, so i want you to contact urgent to avoid increase
of their security keeping fee.
Remember you will send your mailing address and your full name and
phone number to enable them confirm.
CONTACT PERSON;DR. FRANK TAYLOR.EMAIL; fedex.courieroffbenin@admin.in.th
Find below the secret pin code of the card and keep it confidential to
avoid another person seeing it even FEDEX director, its personal to
avoid loosing your fund.
Bank Name;     Eco Bank (EB)-Benin Republic.Secret Pin Code;    
2070Account;      0470001015596.
Best Regards,
Ms. Ude Oku.
 
Mr
From: FEDEX COURIER OFFICE BENIN < fedex.courieroffbenin@admin.in.th >
Sent: Tue, May 6, 2014 12:38 pm
Subject: RE: ATTN; GOODS NEWS//YOUR ATM CARD IS READY//CONTACT FEDEX ASAP.

indeed, you don't know what you are talking about. from the contents of this email from you, it is clear that you are talking about the deposition of your atm card by Mrs. oku before she traveled and it is quite a pity that you are sounding in this negative way. anyway, if you think that this is a scam, then, don't border yourself about law enforcement agents because, it is going to be a wasteful efforts from you since it is not going to yield any positive result at the end of the day because, as far as the deposition of the card in this office is concerned, it is 100& real and genuine. so the choice is yours.

Have a good day.

Frank Taylor.




 
Mr
From: FEDEX COURIER OFFICE BENIN < fedex.courieroffbenin@admin.in.th >
Sent: Wed, May 7, 2014 12:48 pm
Subject: RE: ATTN; GOODS NEWS//YOUR ATM CARD IS READY//CONTACT FEDEX ASAP.

It is all up to you and nobody is forcing you to receive this delivery,ok. If you think or believe that the delivery of an atm card payment is the as the delivery or postage of an ordinary letter, then, you have to get a rethink because it is far far from it. As it might interest you to know, the delivery of this package as well as the insurance fees has been taken care of but since the delivery was not made immediately to you because of some information that we need was not supplied to us since the depositor said that, in order to avoid any form of wrongful delivery, it is best to receive it from you and so, the delay in this necessitate the request for the fee of Security Keeping Fee of $150.00 only and if you delay this payment more than 2 days which is the only grace given to the owner or beneficiary of the package to pay the fee, then, the package itself will enter what is called demourrage and in this demourrage, a day cost is $100.00 so if you think that you need this package and you don't want to pay more as a result of the charges from this demourage which failure to pay immediately to force you to pay, then, make efforts immediately and send this $150.00 immediately to this office and when we receive it, we shall deliver your package of atm card to you without any further delay.

Unfortunately, it is very sad and ridiclous for you who is the owner of this package to be references to it as scam or something like that. What do you think that you are doing to yourself by calling this delivery or deposition of this item such a devilish name??

Anyway, the choice to receive or claim this package is yours. Meanwhile, get back to us if you are ready to send this fee today so that we can advise you on how to send it before the time given expires.

have a pleasant day.

Frank Taylor.

 
Mr
From: FEDEX COURIER OFFICE BENIN < fedex.courieroffbenin@admin.in.th >
Sent: Thu, May 8, 2014 12:02 pm
Subject: RE: ATTN; GOODS NEWS//HOW THE ATM CARD WORKS.

I got your email and from your remarks therein, all what i do know and sure of is that, your valued atm card is in our office duly deposited by Ms. Ude Oku before she traveled overseas and following the rule of law here, since the delivery was not immediate because of the authentication of your address which she said that must be provided and ascertained by you so as to make a right and successful delivery, it is obligatory that, you must have to pay the sum of $150.00 only as a Security Keeping Fee which we have already informed you on.

Now, on the issue of banking or the large amount in question, our duty is to deliver items or consignments such as this ATM CARD which has absolutely nothing to do with banking or large amount that is involved. As it might interest you to know, the amount as we can see in the email sent to you by your friend Ms. Oku, may be a lump sum but since you have to receive it via atm card, it will be very safe, convenient and secured for you and i believe that, this is the very reason why this woman had to programmed this your payment via an atm card and not bank so that, it will be more easier and safer for you to receive as soon as you receive the card. The main thing here is to receive the card and as soon as this is done, you will start to make withdrawals with it and i don't see where you will encounter any problem because of the volume of the fund in question/bank.

Of course yes, the large amount is in the bank but i can assure you that before a bank can guarantee or approve this atm card for ms. Oku in your name, she must have perfected all avenues for the success of this card to be used when you must have received it and i can also assure you that, before we as the delivery company will accept the delivery of any such classified document or package as ATM CARDS, we must make investigations and find out the genuity and approval of such card from the bank before we can accept it's delivery and this is what we had already completed when we discovered from our investigation that it is genuine and legit.

So i am assuring or better say to you that, receiving funds no matter the volume via bank transfer is not as the same as receiving via an atm card because, reeving through atm card is for the easier usage of the beneficiary which is you. Again, that is why the courier company(s) in her own efforts lay more emphases for it's security and safety, thereby do not take it's matter light as that of an ordinary letter. The importance of ATM CARD on delivery cannot be undermined, so the fee you are expected or advised to send is because of this security which is $150.00 but a daily demourrage fee is $100.00 (that is if you fail to send the original amount of $150.00 within 2 days from yesterday. So in all, the choice is yours. You can contact your lawyer and show him/her the copy of our email on our position on this matter and if it pleases you to follow or comply so that we can start with the delivery of this card to you, then, let us know so that we can advise and give you the info which you need for the sending of this $150.00 to us.

Thank you as you expedite action.

Frank Taylor.





 
     
Miss Young

If you received a similar letter, please ignore it. Do not answer it. If you do, you will end up on more of the mailing lists used by the criminals behind this fraud. Read more....

 

Copyright © 2004-2014 419.bittenus.com. All rights reserved. Updated 09-May-2014