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: Staffan De Mistura < UNFVCU@alumni.com >
Date: Thu, Nov 3, 2016 at 2:44 AM
Subject: Attn: M

From Sir Staffan De Mistura

U.N Fraud Victims Compensation Unit (UNFVCU).

3 Whitehall Court,
United Kingdom

Tel/Fax: + 44 207 000 1381

Mobile: + 44 797 838 2417 (For WhatsApp Instant Messages)


Dear Sir,

Please read this with careful attention.

We are contacting you on behalf of the United Nations, IMF and World Bank and our primary motive is to compensate those who have fallen victim to the online dating scams after numerous complaints to the United Nations from all parts of the World were received. People, men and women cry out loud every day about the enormous wickedness that is being done against them by wicked people from all parts of the World especially Africa. These online dating scammers in some cases create fake profiles on Facebook, Tagged, LinkedIn and other dating/social networking sites and use photos of prominent people around the World to lure their victims.

This body was therefore set up by the United Nations which has mapped out Seven Billion United States Dollars to fight this internet epidemic.It is quite hurting that Internet has become a hideout for these culprits who do nothing but to hurt the feelings of others. These culprits are considered the lowest human beings on earth and will face judgment some day in God' s presence. People get hurt on daily basis while the culprits hide behind the computer and working on people's minds and extorting them of their hard-earned money. In August 2015, a woman from Finland committed suicide after being made to sell her house by these online criminals.

The United Nations under the auspices of the IMF and World Bank has decided to console those affected by mapping out some compensation amount for each and every one who is affected by this online epidemic.

Your name and contact details have therefore appeared on our notice board as one of the people who have fallen victim to internet scam/fraud. You will be compensated with the total sum of Two Million United States Dollars. We advise you to ignore this message if you are not the above named person. It has become a coincidence that the United Nations Humanitarian Council is sending some cash funds next week to your country for some humanitarian projects, so your compensation will be sent along depending on when we receive your response after reading this letter.

In order to start your claim, you are to provide us with the name (s) of those who cheated you online, name of the country where they claimed to be from, their telephone number if available, and photos which they used when communicating with you. Other options shall be provided if you do not have any of these.

Reply this letter upon receipt this notification for immediate processing of your compensation payment.

Add us on WhatsApp with the far above stated mobile number.

May God bless and keep you strong.

Sir Staffan De Mistura.

Miss Young

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