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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Mr
From: Anderson Michael < barrandersonmichael@gmail.com >
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Mon, May 25, 2015 9:27 am
Subject: GoodDay

GoodDay

How are you doing today? I pray this message meet you in a
good
health, and you must read it carefully to understand me properly.
Well, I
am Barrister Anderson Michael Smith by name, the Human Right
Protester of scam
activities here in West Africa Region. I came into
this because we discovered
through our monitoring network that there
are people sending you messages from
difference places claiming to me
what they are not using the government
apparatus to extort money from
you making promises and assurance they never
keep.

Sir/Madam I understand you will be very surprise to receive
this
message from me, based on the fact that you never expect to
receive
anything like this from anyone in west Africa but I want you to
know
that my job is to rescue people like you from the hands of
African
scammers who claims to be what they are not extorting money
from
foreign beneficiaries in the name of the government. My job is to
rescue
people like you from the hands of those who their job is to
cheat in the name
of government and if you really want to be safe from
these people in African
you must read this message properly and do the

Rightful thing at the right
time instead of chasing shadows. Actually,
I have made inquiries from the
Federal Ministry of Finance to know if
you really have any funds with Benin
government and I find out truly
that you have unclaimed US$40.M Originated from
Awarded Contract 2009
in Nigeria and due to the delay and fraudulent act in
making the
payment from

Nigeria government, the fund was re-channeled to be
paid through one
of the efficient and reliable bank in Benin Republic and my
further
investigation shows that your contact information was given out
to
those people by Nigeria insiders who knows about the fund and
their
intention is to use the fund as avenue to extort money from you
and
submit your name as paid beneficiary at the end.

Sir/Madam it may
interest you to know that we have arrested three key
men of the group who gave
out your information and very soon we shall
capture those people calling and
sending you messages in the name of
the good government asking you to send
money for one reason or the
other in other to receive your fund. Furthermore, I
must use this
medium to inform you that the fund in question is still very
intact
here unclaimed with our Federal Reserve bank and before you can
receive
any cent from the fund you must abide by the Benin payment
transfer ethics and
follow the due process to en sure that you will
receive the total fund
genuinely as the original beneficiary of the
fund without you worshiping anyone
or being fool again by anyone.

Sir/Madam, to make it clear to you, there is
no smoke without fire and
there is no legal transaction without legal
documentations to back you
up against questioning by government agents around
the world, And
before you can receive this fund there are twelve’s transfer
hard
copies to sign which you must receive originally in your address
via

Courier Service backing your claim up as the fund beneficiary, and
after
signing the documents you will present them to the paying bank
for your payment
and the bank will deduct their fees from the fund and
remit the balance into
any nominated bank account of your choice
anywhere in the world without asking
you for any transfer charges.

Warning, if you really want to receive your
fund you must not for any
reason give anyone the access to your email box
because sometimes they
will write you as the domain provider asking you to
re-confirm your
password and when you give them they will not allow you receive
any
vital information again concerning your payment. As matter of fact, I
am
giving you the following code as your code of conduct which you
must ask anyone
who calls you for this payment again, and the code
should be (911).

Your
total fund is still very intact here with our Reserve Bank and I
must let you
know that good banks does not charge money to transfer
money and if you can
take my advice and follow the due process of your
payment the fund will get to
you smoothly without any hitches or
hindrance.

To cap it all, I'm not
writing this message to buy off your mind
neither trying to beg you to believe
me but to acting accordance with
the terms of my duty which is in line with the
instruction given to me
by the West Africa government.

I will give you
further information on what you are to do to claim
your fund genuinely without
being fool to anyone as soon as you
response to this message. The attached file
is my lawyer
identification card for your perusal and you can reach me at for
any
question you may wish to ask concerning this issue.

Thanks for your
understanding and I hope to hear from you soonest to
enable us get started so
you can claim your fund easily without
worshiping anyone.

Best
regards
Barr. Anderson M. Smith
 
     
Miss Young

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