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: Rev: Jerry Fowler
Date: 10/4/2016 2:07 PM
To: Recipients;
Subject: From United States Department of the Treasury. Urgent Response Needed

United States Department of the Treasury
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and monitoring,
Headquarters Washington, D.C.

Im Rev: Jerry Fowler, the new appointed Assistance Comptroller of the Currency and monitoring, US treasury department. I assumed this office on 1st of September, 2016. On going through the files of the previous records of this office, I discovered that there are six parcels containing ATM cards each one attached with an email address of the owner on it. The former appointee of this office failed to carry out the delivery as it was instructed and programmed. Probably, one of his reasons for not carrying out the delivery was that you have not provided your postal address to him for the completion of the delivery and your inability to comply with the requested fee the delivery of this ATM card. The fee is $105.

According to the content on the parcel each of the aforementioned ATM cards contains the sum of US$5,500,000.00 and we have gone through the file and some document attached to this ATM card, we find out that this ATM card belong to you. The question now is, are you willing to claim your ATM card? If not, tell your attorney to send us a letter that you dont want to receive your ATM card again. By so doing no one will contact you again regarding to this ATM card.

Meanwhile, I've made the arrangement of posting the six parcels through Regular Mail Post Office to the six of you to your respective mailing addresses.

I am also sending the same message of the same content to six of you that own the six abandoned ATM CARDS each at the same time. If found in spam folder, it could be due to your Internet Service Provider. So move to your inbox before your reply.

I have contacted the Office of the Treasury department and reported the issue of the discovered six ATM cards in my office and they verified it and gave me the veto order to carry out the delivery immediately you reconfirm your mailing address to this office in order for us to mail the ATM CARD directly to you after Postal Stamp of the parcel. Note, below information is officially needed for posting of the ATM CARD ASAP.

Full name:
Full mailing info:
Your cell phone line:
Nearest Airport:

We shall post your ATM Card once you update us with the above info and you shall be given a tracking number, that is, the Track and Trace number of your parcel once it is posted to your mailing address, so as to enable you track your parcel to know exactly when it will arrive to your mailing address.

Remain blessed as I'll be looking forward to receiving your immediate response.
Rev: Jerry Fowler

Miss Young

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