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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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On Friday, June 24, 2016 3:03 AM, JIMMY ANDERSON < fcmbankonlineplc@yahoo.com > wrote:


Dear Client,

The West Africa Monetary Agency have earlier re-called your Fund totally sum of $5 Billion USD from Credit Suisse Zurich, Switzerland and this Fund contains the exact amount which you have been pursuing for long period of time if not getting to years, while the re-calling of this Fund was due to Lack of Your
Fund Documentation.

After series of Complain tabled to this Government about the high rate of Scamming issue been carried out and mostly from Africans, while the most painful issue is that we finally discovered that this Internet Hackers have gone to the extend of telling you about the reality and existence of your Fund and you easily fall to their victim, while in respect to the termination of all these Scamming issues, We have alerted your Government Embassy residing at Benin Republic to quickly come and fight for your rescue by settling the FEE for the issuance of Your Fund Documentation since that was the main reason your real Fund has been seized and delayed.

We hereby today announce a congratulating news to you as your Government Embassy have finally responded directly to our call and therefore have paid accordingly for your Fund Documentation, thereby giving you all assurance that you now have the necessary Documentation that qualified you to respond and claim your real Fund under my care and stop all other Communication if not from this Office.

Now that your fund have been documented, the Central Bank Governor have agreed with West Africa Monetary Agency WAMA`s director of operation to release your $5 Billion USD ASAP.

Your Fund approximate total sum of $5 Billion USD which have been earlier assigned under a check is presently still in a check form worth $5 Billion USD and the West Africa Monetary Agency have today instructed the Bank of Africa (BOA) to release your check, but the check must be cleared in one local bank here in Benin Republic, And since you are not here in Benin Republic, you are required to open a Non-Resident Bank Account here in Benin Republic, under Bank of Africa(BOA) and also under your responsibility to Activate your Non-Resident Account, Soon as the Non-Resident Account is opened and activated, Then the Bank of Africa(BOA) will require your personal Banking details and after that they will issue and clear your check and make it available into your new Non- Resident Account, And Ones the check is cleared, your $5 Billion USD will be credited into your new Non-Resident Account, after that you will now have the chance to make a choice on how to receive your Fund which is to be {1} Through ATM CARD, {2} Through Consignment Box. {3} if you prefer Bank to Bank Wire Transfer, the Bank of Africa (BOA) will give you all the necessary
information's of your Non-Resident Account which will enable you make withdrawals from the Non-Resident Account into any of your proffered personal Bank Account.

Get back to me for more details of the next step on how to claim your real $5 Billion USD and opening of your Non-Resident Account will cost only $110 only, Also do reconfirm the bellow information's to us.

Your Full Name.
Your Country:
State:
and City:
Your Available Cell Number.

Also copy out the below listed information and proceed to make the payment via
Western Union or Money gram Money Transfer.

Payment Advice-

RECEIVER NAME: Isaac Nnalue
COUNTRY: BENIN REPUBLIC
CITY: COTONOU
QUESTION: CODE
ANSWER: CODE
AMOUNT: $110 USD

THANK YOU.

BARRISTER JIMMY ANDERSON
cfcbenin@gmail.com
 
     
Miss Young

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