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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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From: Michael J. Fisher < michael.j.fisher@mail.com > ;
To:
Subject: neFrom U.S. Customs and Border Patrol/ Monitoring Unit
Sent: Sun, Jun 8, 2014 11:12:28 PM

U.S. Customs And Border Protection
Office of Border Patrol
Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C.
From The Desk of: Michael J. Fisher
Chief of the Border Patrol


Attention: Beneficiary

This message is from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol/ Monitoring Unit. I am pleased to inform you that your ATM Card worth Ten Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$10.5m) sent from Nigeria as part of your overdue payment/funds was returned to our office last week from Atlanta, Georgia where it was held due to one unavailable document. According to the information reaching my desk today, the ATM Card was returned due to your failure to pay the necessary charges required by the delivery company to enable it pass through the security agency.

However, after due investigation was conducted, I found out that your ATM Card was stopped and delay unnecessarily. Georgia office told us that your ATM Card has no INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY PERMIT, that was why you were told to pay huge amount of money which you did not pay. But after further investigation, it was very clear that your ATM Card has the INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY PERMIT attached to it therefore you are no longer required to pay the money you were asked to pay. Now the only money you are required to pay by this honorable is $90 only billed for NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE to clear your file and receive your ATM Card devoid further hitches/ hullabaloo. Note that they will process the CUSTOMS CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE and send it to us as soon as you send the money to them to enable us release your ATM Card.

Kindly reconfirm your full name, preferred delivery address and direct/cell phone number as requested above so that your ATM Card will be dispatched to your preferred address immediately you send the fee to them without any delay. If you still have interest in receiving your ATM Card, go ahead and send the fee with the above stated information then fill in the above requested details.

Be rest assured that your ATM card will be dispatched to the address you provided as soon as you send the fee for the document. Secondly, be rest assured that there will be no delay on your ATM card delivery after you send the money and the clearance document is being issued in your name by the NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE AUTHORITY.

For more information about me, kindly visit our website. http://www.cbp.gov/about/leadership/assistant-commissioners-office/border-patrol

You can also contact me here fisher.j.michael@foxmail.com

Awaiting your timely response with the above stated details.

Regards,

Michael J. Fisher
 hullabaloo
Mr
From: MJF < cbp.mjf@gmail.com >
Date: Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 11:59 AM
Subject: vtFunds Reday To Be Dispatched
To:


U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Office of Border Patrol
Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C.
From The Desk of: Michael J. Fisher
Chief of the Border Patrol


Attention: Beneficiary

I am pleased to inform you that your ATM Card worth Ten Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$10.5m) sent from Nigeria as part of your overdue payment/funds was returned to our office last week from Atlanta, Georgia where it was held due to one unavailable document. According to the information reaching my desk today, the ATM Card was returned due to your failure to pay the necessary charges required by the delivery company to enable it pass through the security agency.

However, after due investigation was conducted, I found out that your ATM Card was stopped and delay unnecessarily. Georgia office told us that your ATM Card has no INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY PERMIT that was why you were told to pay huge amount of money which you did not pay. But after further investigation, it was very clear that your ATM Card has the INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY PERMIT attached to it therefore you are no longer required to pay the money you were asked to pay. Now the only money you are required to pay by this honorable is $90 only billed for NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE to clear your file and receive your ATM Card without further hitches/ hullabaloo. Note that they will process the CUSTOMS CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE and send it to us as soon as you send the money to them to enable us release your ATM Card.

Kindly reconfirm your full name, preferred delivery address and direct/cell phone number as requested above so that your ATM Card will be dispatched to your preferred address immediately you send the fee to them without any delay. If you still have interest in receiving your ATM Card, go ahead and send the fee with the above stated information then fill in the above requested details.

Be rest assured that your ATM card will be dispatched to the address you provided as soon as you send the fee for the document. Secondly, be rest assured that there will be no delay on your ATM card delivery after you send the money and the clearance document is being issued in your name by the NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE AUTHORITY.

For more information about me, kindly visit our website. http://www.cbp.gov/about/leadership/assistant-commissioners-office/border-patrol

You can also contact me here fisher.j.michael@foxmail.com

Awaiting your timely response with the above stated details.

Regards,

Michael J. Fisher

 
     
Miss Young

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