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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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Mr Subject: Development Economic Analysis and Prospective




On Friday, July 10, 2015 7:38 PM, JOE BEN < exchangeauthoritybeninrepublic@yahoo.com.hk > wrote:




> Ministry of Development, Economic Analysis and Prospective
> P.O.Box 755 Cotonou, Republic of Benin
> Client identification code (7640973BN)
>
> Dear Client
> First, I have to tell you that your payment is ready and we have duly
> perfected all the necessary documentations, approvals and programming
> for the release of your funds to you through any method of your choice
> though we would prefer direct wire to your bank account (if any)
> through Regions Bank, USA but the right to dictate how you wish to
> receive your funds lies exclusively with you.
>
> We have completed the setting up of your accredited payment access
> code number, password and client release identification codes. The
> Inter-Bank Foreign Exchange Authority and funds release authority have
> completed the allocation of foreign exchange for your Payment.
>
> This office in liaison with the credit department of the Regions Bank
> have duly set up your accredited payment access code number and
> password for an uninterruptible access to the telegraphic vault to
> facilitate a hitch-free release of US$500, 000 to your account should
> you choose wire transfer because your country's Central bank rules and
> your bank regulations do not allow or approve of a single wire
> transfer over $500, 000.00 to your account without having to present
> some clearance paperwork after 9/11 (though you can receive your
> entire funds at once if you choose other means).
> As such, a single payment of US$500, 000 for each wire transfer would
> be made to your account without any problem.
> Your number is MEAP/764BN/PAY#0973D90584530BN and your password is
> 913BNY.
>
> All that is remaining now is for an accredited attorney from the legal
> department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (Ministère de
> l'Economie et des Finances) to perfect a release order, sign on your
> behalf to undo the indivisible bond release bonding your funds through
> legal means and as such, you will no longer need all the clearance
> paperwork to unbind your funds or any kind of unending bureaucratic
> bottlenecks as $500, 000 wire transfer does not attract any penalty or
> demand for terrorism clearance in international banking operation.
>
> After the process, you will no longer need all the clearance paperwork
> or any kind of unending bureaucratic bottlenecks as the process will
> offer immunity to your funds and also, the $500, 000 wire transfer
> will not attract any penalty or demand for terrorism clearance in
> international banking operation.
> You are required to send immediately the sum of US$179 for the
> lawyers' legal fees and sundries so that the lawyer can complete the
> process, sign the release order to free your funds including to unbind
> your funds for the release of the first wire transfer of US$500, 000
> to your account depending on what and how you want to receive your
> funds.
>
> Name of receiver: DOM OLOH
> Location: Cotonou BP 302 Republic of Benin
> Question: Learned
> Answer: Gentleman
> Amount to send: US$179
>
> The United Nations observers and ECOWAS are monitoring the entire
> process and have made it possible for you to get your funds with only
> the payment $179. Do not forget that all the past officials that
> tried to pay you failed because massive corruption. So incompetence
> and corruption will no longer be tolerated.
> Thanks
>
>
> Jimo Frank
> Honourable Minister of Development, Economic Analysis and Prospective
> P.O.Box 755 Cotonou Republic of Benin
> Telephone: (+229 98843379
> Email; ( jimofrank@Safe-mail.net )



 
Mr


On Monday, October 19, 2015 1:49 PM, "Mr,Uche Tola" < ndubuikeuyalor@gmail.com > wrote:





Good Day

There is very Good News now,because the ( I.M.F ) International Monitor Fund U.N and
Benin republic of Cotonou is already sign that the only fee you can pay now before your
Package Box the amount of $2.9Million USD will arrive to your Country is Stamp duty fee
which is $58 dollar only.so My Dear Friend if you sure that you are available to receive
your package box try your possible today and send this stamp duty fee of $58
dollar.because after today October 19th this stamp duty fee will start to increasing for
you $8usd per day,right now it is very very GOOD NEWS for immediately the stamp duty fee
of $58 dollar will receive from you today then, by October 21th your package box will
arrive to your country without any complain.try to reconfirm your full information again
to enable us locate you because of wrong delivery.so we are waiting for you to receive
the payment information of $58 dollar for stamp duty fee of your package box.Contact
this Email (jimofrank20@Safe-mail.net ) and send the stamp duty fee of $58 dollar today.

PAYMENT INFORMATION

Sender Name:
Receiver Name;; Kendo Emeka
Country: Benin Republic
Question:::Urgent
Answer::::Good
Amount::: $58 USD
MTCN:

Send the stamp duty fee of $58 through western union or Money Gram.
Forward all the payment information to us.
Best regards,
MR.DAVID MARK
Phone: (+22998608997 Emai ;( jimofrank20@Safe-mail.net )


 
Mr
From: jimofrank jimofrank < jimofrank@Safe-mail.net >
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 10:08 -0500
Subject: CONFIRMATION OF CONSIGNMENT BOX $4.7M USD Court Sign


Dear Friend,

Thank you for your email i receive now,so this is where you can send the stamp duty fee of $52 dollar.right now try your possible best to send the stamp duty fee to us today.because our Government with IMF is giving you only today and tomorrow December 2nd to send the stamp duty fee,because after today and tomorrow then,by next tomorrow December 4th according to them this your Consignment Box will start to enter demo rage for you $8usd per day until you are ready.so if you know that you are ready to receive this your Consignment Box try your best to send this stamp duty fee to us today,i promise you that immediately i confirm the stamp duty fee of $52 dollar from you today then,by Thursday September first this your Consignment Box will arrive to your country without any complain again.

try to reconfirm your full information to us immediately you send the stamp duty fee of $52 to enable our agent locate you because of wrong delivery.your Consignment Box will arrive to your country by Thursday immediately you send the stamp duty fee today.



PAYMENT INFORMATION

Sender Name:
Receiver Name;; Mike Onwa
Country: Benin Republic
Question:::Ok
Answer::::Now
Amount::: $38 USD
MTCN:
Receiver Address. No A26 Cotomgbe street Benin Republic


Send the Stamp duty fee of $38 through western union or Money Gram.
Forward all the payment information to us.
Best regads,
MR OGOCHUKWU DUMU,FROM EXPRESS DELIVERY COMPANY
BENIN REPUBLIC OF COTONU CONTACT PHONE +229 98608997,
 
     
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