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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 On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 12:47 PM, Federaldepositoffice fred < federaldepositoffice.fred01@gmail.com > wrote:
From: Director, Office of International Affairs, FDIC
USA.
Tel. +(940) 602 9496

Attention: Fund Beneficiary



Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) confirms that funds have arrived USA on transit for credit into your bank account. We have verified the authenticity of such transfer.

In line with the provisions of the Montreal Convention and its additional protocols, you are advised to pay the cost of issuing a Receivership Authorization from this office, as demanded by the rules of the Federal Reserve and the signatory countries of the Financial Action Task Force. This will facilitate the immediate credit of your account with the fund in question without delay.

You must be aware that the Feds are trying to clear out the mess in the banking and financial sector; hence the need for this authorization.

You will pay a fee for issuing the Receivership Authorization.

The Receivership authorization will be issued to your bank immediately you pay this cost and your account will be credited with immediate effect.


Thank you.

Fred S. Carns
Director
Office of International Affairs.
 
Mr
From: Federaldepositoffice fred < federaldepositoffice.fred01@gmail.com >
Date: Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: From: Director, Office of International Affairs, FDIC USA.


From: Director, Office of International Affairs, FDIC
USA.
Tel. +(940) 602 9496

Attention:


Find attached copy of my work id as proof of the authenticity of the individual and office you are dealing with.

The amount authorized to be paid to you is 3.5 million dollars as compensation to victims of fraud. It is a special scheme endorsed by the signatory countries of the Financial Action Task Force and handled by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from an insurance corporation point of view.

We are not involved with Americans alone, because all the funds that move around the world have their correspondent transit in the United States, being the financial hub of the world.

At the FDIC, we work 24 hours to ensure due compliance for funds coming into the United States. The Deposit Insurance scheme ensures that individuals' funds in excess of 1 million dollars are guaranteed and protected.

The receivership authorization is part of the routine clearance procedure of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, in collaboration with the Financial Action Task Force, the international watchdog for funds moving into and through the United States to all other parts of the world. When your funds arrive the USA, you have to fulfill the requisite procedure for final release. And that is what you have been asked to do.

The cost of the authorization is $590 payable through western union money transfer.


If the funds are actually yours, you should not have any problem complying with request for final clearance.

We have given you final advice on what to do, so that we can diligently deliver on our mandate to release your funds you. We have also given you assurances of our commitment to release your funds to you without further delay, upon your compliance with procedure.

Once you pay for and secure the authorization, we shall release your approved fund in 48 hours.


Thank you.

Fred S. Carns
Director
Office of International Affairs.



Fred S. Carns
 
     
Miss Young

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