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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> To: "Recipients" <Recipients@>
> Date: Saturday, December 12, 2015, 7:00 PM
> Address: No. 5 Western Avenue Cotonou,
> West Africa, Republic Du’ Benin
> Tel: (+229) 98-71-23-12
> Dear: Customer,
> Information reaching us from our corporate headquarters here
> in Cotonou, the capital state of Benin Republic, states that
> you only have 48hours to effect your payment for the
> updating of your mtcn# number to enable you cash up your
> first $6000 from your total fund of $2,700.000.00 USD since
> you are finding it difficult to make this payment we have
> decided that you are to go ahead and pay whatever you have
> out of the total fee of $200 required for the updating fee
> since you are not able to come up with the required charge.
> But mind you, no amount below $50 will be accepted so we
> expect you to pay whatever amount from $50 and above. You
> are to pay what ever you have for the updating fee and we
> will activate your Mtcn# number upon receipt of this
> payment.
> Be informed that you will have to pay the balance fee of
> your updating upon cashing up of your first $6000 also i am
> using this medium to inform you that failure to pay the
> balance charge will leave us with no option but to
> deactivate your Mtcn# number of which you will and can never
> cash up the balance fee, I want you to send the updating and
> activation fee with the information bellow.
> Receiver: LOKO OBI
> Country: Benin Republic
> City: Cotonou
> Text Question: When
> Answer: Now
> Please any amount you send let us know but remember what so
> ever amount below $50 will not be accepted. You can send us
> the payment information’s immediately you send the money.
> Immediately we confirm the activation fee we will send you
> the first receipt of your $6000 at the same day.
> Regards Mr. Robert Green
> From Western Union Money Transfer
> Office Porto-Novo Benin Republic.
> Tel: (+229) 98-71-23-12
Miss Young

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