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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> Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 07:40:40 -0700
> Subject: U.S.A. Internal Revenue Service Department.
> From: kffibba@gmail.com
> To:
> U.S.A. Internal Revenue Service Department.
> Bureau of Consular Affairs
> Washington , DC 20520
> Greeting from USA I.R.S,
> Attention: Owner Of This Email:
> We write to inform you that your package with reference number
> 20214729 has been in Customs facility custody waiting for resolutions
> of the clearance to further the delivery to your delivery address by
> the delivery Agent who came all the way from Africa.We have been
> waiting for you to contact us regarding your ATM VISA CARD containing
> sum of $10.500.000.00 USD which the agent suppose to deliver to you
> which has been on hold by USA Customs Department and they are
> requesting for clearance certificate which will be obtain from the
> origination of the ATM VISA CARD before it will be released from the
> Customs to the delivery agent to complete the delivery.
> After the phone call we made on your behalf to the USA Customs
> Authority and the Government of Republic Of Benin, it was resolved
> that the delivery of your card to your address must be complete within
> two (2) working days upon your compliance to our directives; You
> should send the sum of $$85.00 USD to obtain the needed
> Ownership-clearance certificate from Cotonou Benin Republic.
> The clearance charges which was initially on the high price has been
> cut down by the US Embassy in Cotonou Benin Republic considering the
> poor economic situations that make it difficult for the middle class
> citizens to meet up with the clearance of their entitlement.We will
> upon the confirmation of your clearing charge assign our Diplomatic
> Agent (MR.DAVID BENSON) to travel to USA and collect your package and
> proceed with the delivery.
> Once you notify us with the payment information and the needed
> Ownership-clearance certificate from Republic Of Benin, the USA
> Customs will release your ATM VISA CARD to you and it will be
> delivered to you by the agent.
> Note that you are expected to pay only $85.00 usd for
> Ownership-clearance certificate and you are to pay it to COTONOU BENIN
> REPUBLIC as the origination of the package with the receiver
> information of LAWRENCE NWAEKWO as our accountant officer in Cotonou Benin
> Republic.Send the $85.00 usd through Western union once you receive
> this mail with the information below for immediate release of your
> package,
> Receivers Name:= =JOHN EZE
> Country/City:= = = =Cotonou, Benin Republic
> Test Question:= = = =What For?
> Answer: = = = = = =Help
> Amount:= = = = = =$85.00usd
> Once you send the money to Cotonou Benin Republic. to this name,
> please try to notify us with the MTCN so that we can contact MR. PAUL
> NNA for easy pick up and for immediate action on the release of your
> Ownership-clearance certificate.
> Note that any unclaimed ATM VISA CARD will be return to Benin Republic
> Government after 3 days. So you are urgently advised to comply with
> our directives so that the Customs will release your card.
> Thank You.
> Yours Sincerely.
> Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
> Email(internationa_lmonetaryfund60@yahoo.com)
Miss Young

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