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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: Special Transfer Unit < billiejeanpearson85@yahoo.com >
Sent: Fri, Apr 24, 2015 9:44 am
Subject: PAYMENT NOTIFICATION

Dear valuable Customer

We are happy to inform you that we had received approval letter from Federal Ministry of Finance Office, authorizing our Bank to program a total sum of $2,500,000.00 USD and pay you through the medium of this Western Union Digital transfer system for your easy pickup and warned against any unforeseen delay that could make your funds not to get to you in a timely manner.

The Federal Ministry of Finance chairman (Hon. Idriss Daouda) have submitted your payment file to the Benin republic Consulate for screening and all data have being confirmed correct to pay you a total sum of $2,500,000.00 USD as a result of overdue contract payments. We have been advised to send you total of $5,000.00 USD every day because western union laws here in Benin only permit a transfer for maximum of $5,000.00 USD every day.

We have successfully transferred your first installment payment of $5,000.00 USD for your pickup at any Western Union office nearest to you but the payment is still on hold due to the dormant activation fee of $59.00 USD which you supposed to pay for activation of the domiciliary account where your funds was deposited before your transfer will be posted for your pickup.


Here the payment info we programmed in your name today;

Reference number: 7619821525
Sender Name: Cynthia Jean
Amount sent: $5,000 USD

On the above transfer status, you will understand that your first $5,000.00 USD was successful transferred and will be available for your pickup once we activate your domiciliary account in your name which required that you shall pay sum of $59.00 USD to activate the domiciliary account before you can start picking up your daily payment today.

You are hereby advice to use below information and send the activation payment of $59. USD

Receive Name:. .Samuel Eze
City ……. Cotonou
Country:. . . Benin republic
Text Question:. . . .Trust
Answer:. . . . . In God
Amount: $59.00 USD
Sender names………

The moment we receive the activation fee from you, we shall without anyhesitation activate the account in your name and post your first $5,000 and then forward a copy of your western union money transfer slip that content all your pickup information for your easy collection at any western union office or Bank nearest to you.

What I want to tell you now is this, no-matter the condition you may findyourself right now, I am advising you to look for means of borrowing this $59.00 USD and make sure you send it today because I can assure you that this is the only thing holding you from receiving your daily payment.

I don't want you to doubt me on this because after you send the money you will surely share the testimony to your family and to the church where you worship. I am giving you every assurance that you will be entitled to receive $5,000.00 USD on daily basis through Western Union Money transfer cash in minutes.

Urgently proceed with the payment for immediate activation and release of your first $5,000 today.


Call or text me here with the mtcn Tel: +229 6551 7324

Thanks for using our service Western Union

Yours Sincerely
Rev. Anthony Ego
Director Western Union Department.
Tel: + 229 6551 7324

 
     
Miss Young

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