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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From: U.S Consulate General < pastel@bbsn.co.jp >
Date: Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 11:24 PM

(US-International Agency in Nigeria)

From the Desk of Mr. Jeffrey J. Hawkins, Jr.
Dear Beneficiary.
With all due respect,

I am Jeffrey J. Hawkins, Jr. U.S Consulate General Lagos, Nigeria. As you must be aware, that the U.S Consulate office supports operational needs in Lagos, Nigeria with regional coverage of Benin, Cameroon, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea, So Tome and Principle and Togo. The cooperation activities performed by the U.S Consulate are essential to the successful fulfillment of the international responsibilities of the United States interests. Liaising is carried out in accordance with executive order, statue, Attorney General Guidelines, and FBI policies.

I am writing you with regards to your stalled funds transfer you have been expecting from Nigeria. For your interest, I would advise you to accord this correspondence your full indulgence and attention, as you may likely have been receiving other emails of similar contents from the numerous fraud syndicate and impostors.

I was specially instructed by the U.S Attorney General to embark on a personal review of all long pending and stalled International Funds Transfer Files of all Banks Operating in Nigeria and the neighboring countries, including those at Offshore Foreign Correspondent Banks, with a view of redeeming genuine cases of Funds Transfers.

The U.S Attorney General's Office has mandated my Office to ensure that all genuine claim and transfers are paid to their rightful owners of which you are among, after detail reviewed your information as one such beneficiaries and our duty is protect your interest as a law abiding citizen.

As the U.S Consulate General office in Lagos Nigeria, I want to assure you that your transfer will now be processed through the simple, transparent and authoritative means where you will not be required to pay any unauthorized fees. Please discontinue any form of contact with all those you have been dealing with before now, no matter the nature of your relationship with any of these crooks, including your representative if any. My goal is to quickly reactivate and sort out your transfer without any distraction. So you are forbidden to preempt anyone of this contact, otherwise I will be compelled to out rightly cancel your transfer along others a bad debt.

Your Valued Amount expected if other than the mentioned amount: $10.5million USD.Your timely respond will be highly welcomed.

Yours in service,

Mr. Jeffrey J. Hawkins, Jr. U.S. Consul General Lagos,
Nigeria U.S.I.S.US Department of State.

Miss Young

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