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: ECO BANK < cbank8367@gmail.com >
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Sat, Jul 16, 2016 2:11 pm
Subject: Dear valuable customer i have good news for you.

Dear valuable customer i have good news for you.

I write to inform you that we have already issued those documents to
accompany your $5,000 Daily Transfer from your fund. But the only
problem we are having right here is your personal signatures which the
Federal Administer of Fund Benin Republic requested that you must sign
those documents before we can transfer funds to you. However, I told
the officer in charge that it will not be necessary for you to come
down here due to your occupation or some other thing that may not
allow you to come down here to sign those documents yourself. The
Minster Administrator of Fund said that you should get an attorney to
sign on your behalf if you are unable to come down here in person. I
think this way is the best and the only way forward for you to receive
the funds. I have negotiated with an attorney who would sign on your
behalf. His name is Henry Oji. According to him you are to pay for the
accredited attorney. He is charging $500.00 to be paid before he gets
those documents signed in your favor. I told him to consider signing
those documents on your behalf today with a promise that you would pay
him back from the $5,000 payment you suppose to receive tomorrow
morning if he gets those documents signed today.

And his respond is that you have to pay the accredited attorney fee of
$500.00 before signing those documents. Well, I asked him for the very
last time if he could allow you pay %10 of this fee today with a
promise that you would pay him the Remain balance tomorrow from your
$5,000 payment at the western union office once you pick up the $5,000
payment. Well, he said yes that you should pay %10 which is $50usd
through western union today. He want me to ask you if you would be so
kind to pay him back the remain $450.00 balance at the western union
office once you picked up the $5,000 pay out each day. I am hereby
writing to ask you to let me know if you would pay his balance
immediately you pick up the $5,000 payment.

He wants you to pay the money which is $50 today if you are so kind to
pay the balance at the western union office once you picked up the
$5,000 payment tomorrow. But if you are not kind enough to pay his
balance after picking the first transfer just do not bother yourself
to reply because I won't see another attorney here to do this. Here is
information for you to pay $50 of the fee through western union today.

Send the fee of $50.00 today via Western Union;
Receiver Name :::::::: JEAN AZANKPO
Country :::::::: Benin Republic
City :::::::: Cotonou
Question :::::::: what color
Answer :::::::: Blue
Amount :::::::: $50.00
Money Transfer Control Number :::::::: (M.T.C.N)
Sender's name ::::::::

The attorney will get those documents signed as soon as he confirms
the fee from you. I will advice you to pay him the $50.00 and let him
sign the documents and you will then pay the other balance of $450.00
from your $5,000 payment.

I await your compliance.
Yours Sincerely
Mr.Petrick Gastos
Foreign Operation Manager Western Union
Miss Young

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