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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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From: Mr.Jne Mich < cbsnqn@speedy.com.ar >
Date: Saturday, September 3, 2016, 13:26 -0400
Subject: Ministry of Development, Economic Analysis and Prospective


Ministry of Development, Economic Analysis and Prospective
P.O.Box 755 Cotonou, Republic of Benin
Client identification code (7640973BN)

Dear Client
First, I have to tell you that your payment is ready and we have duly
perfected all the necessary documentations, approvals and programming
for the release of your funds to you through any method of your choice
though we would prefer direct wire to your bank account (if any)
through Regions Bank, USA but the right to dictate how you wish to
receive your funds lies exclusively with you.

We have completed the setting up of your accredited payment access
code number, password and client release identification codes. The
Inter-Bank Foreign Exchange Authority and funds release authority have
completed the allocation of foreign exchange for your Payment.

This office in liaison with the credit department of the Regions Bank
have duly set up your accredited payment access code number and
password for an uninterruptible access to the telegraphic vault to
facilitate a hitch-free release of US$500, 000 to your account should
you choose wire transfer because your country's Central bank rules and
your bank regulations do not allow or approve of a single wire
transfer over $500, 000.00 to your account without having to present
some clearance paperwork after 9/11 (though you can receive your
entire funds at once if you choose other means).
As such, a single payment of US$500, 000 for each wire transfer would
be made to your account without any problem.
Your number is MEAP/764BN/PAY#0973D90584530BN and your password is 913BNY.

All that is remaining now is for an accredited attorney from the legal
department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (Ministère de
l'Economie et des Finances) to perfect a release order, sign on your
behalf to undo the indivisible bond release bonding your funds through
legal means and as such, you will no longer need all the clearance
paperwork to unbind your funds or any kind of unending bureaucratic
bottlenecks as $500, 000 wire transfer does not attract any penalty or
demand for terrorism clearance in international banking operation.

After the process, you will no longer need all the clearance paperwork
or any kind of unending bureaucratic bottlenecks as the process will
offer immunity to your funds and also, the $500, 000 wire transfer
will not attract any penalty or demand for terrorism clearance in
international banking operation.
You are required to send immediately the sum of US$159 for the
lawyers' legal fees and sundries so that the lawyer can complete the
process, sign the release order to free your funds including to unbind
your funds for the release of the first wire transfer of US$500, 000
to your account depending on what and how you want to receive your funds.

Name of receiver: Partin Walter
Location: Cotonou BP 302 Republic of Benin
Question: Learned
Answer: Gentleman
Amount to send: US$159

The United Nations observers and ECOWAS are monitoring the entire
process and have made it possible for you to get your funds with only
the payment $179. Do not forget that all the past officials that
tried to pay you failed because massive corruption. So incompetence
and corruption will no longer be tolerated.

Thanks
Mr.Johnson Ike
Honourable Minister of Development, Economic Analysis and Prospective
P.O.Box 755 Cotonou Republic of Benin
Telephone: (+22963849829 )
Email; (franksla3@gmail.com )

 
     
Miss Young

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