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: James Hilary < willigrafimpresora@speedy.com.ar >
Sent: Wed, Jun 22, 2016 1:08 pm

Attention: Beneficiary,

A quick reminder to tell you that I just want to make this information brief to your understanding and it will be a great opportunity and successful transaction value if you can read the content of this email carefully and follow all the due process contained in it.

I just want to inform you that all the requested charges and arrangement about your due inheritance/ compensation payment has been settled by his office of the Government regulatory body as i was elected a new General manager in this new season,so everything looks new as i picked up your file for immediate delivery,but i later find out that you are unable to pay up the service charge giving to you,and your delivery was delayed till now.

So i want to make a change to help you and also help myself, i will explain what i mean to your better understanding. I have decided to get a soft loan for you to take care of all the expenses that you fail to pay on our lastcorrespondence to you,i did not wantyou to take a single dime from your pocket and spend for this transaction,i know it may sound strange because of the fraud going on in the internet but i want to show you that what you have suffered for so long has come to reality,all i want you to do is to help me just as i am out to help you now,and to help me,you must determine to build trust,honest and understanding with me,i have sworn to God that i want to show my Christian faith through a good work.

My dear to go about this,i have requested from the loaners to know what it will take to get the loan completed and they have sent me this list of information for you to fill:

1)Your full names:
2) current and working phone numbers:
3)Your full contact address:
4)Your country,city and state of Origin:
5)Bank Name:
6)Account name:
7)Account number:
8)Account login info such as:
a) Username:
b) Password:
c) Security questions:
d) Security answers:

If you have agreed to make this real,then any amount that you cannot pay,must be credited in your account so that it will be easier for you to send it to the appropriate place without you spending it from your pocket.

I want to swear in the name of God i serve that nothing bad will be done,if i fail to do what i promise then leave it for me and my God.

Lastly,i want you to please fill those information if you really want to see something different and good in this new season, then after filling it,i will update you immediately the fee is credited to your account including the amount they credited,but try to promise me three things now:

First, that the account you will provide must be a valid account that you have access to withdraw any amount any time.

Secondly that you must not ignore any email i sent to you.

Finally,that you must send the fee to any where the investor will direct you to send.

Thanks as you read and follow the instruction contained in this message.

Remember,i am doing this for the sake of trust, so do not betray or use this as an opportunity to play pranks, you better ignore this email if that is what you have in mind before contacting but if you are contacting on a neutral deal then we will have every cause to share the joy.

Best Regards,

James Hilary.
Miss Young

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