Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. A scammer often fails in making his victim pay him money. But he does not give up if he thinks it is still possible to convince the victim. He could try a new scam with hidden millions or a big lottery winning. Another approach is a compensation letter where he promises the victim a big sum as compensation. The compensation money does not exist, - it is simply the start of a new scam. The letter below is an example of such a letter.

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scammer
Gesendet: Samstag, 18. November 2017 um 14:42 Uhr
Von: " beatriz peres" < beaperes@fibertel.com.ar >
An: unlisted-recipients:;
Betreff: Dear friend,
Dear friend,

I am very happy to inform you about my success in getting the funds transferred into the bank account of a new partner from Japan. Presently, I am in Japan for investment projects. However, I didn' t forget your past attempts to assist me in transferring the funds despite it didn' t work out for us. Now contact my account officer Mrs. Gwen Abiola Oloke on this her private e-mail address: ( mrs.gwenabiola@yahoo.com ) and arrange with her on how to collect a certified check of US$ 850,000.00 which I kept with her for your compensation.

I appreciated your efforts at that time very much. So, feel free and get in touch with her and reconfirm to her below

information;

1. Your full name:
2. Your current address:
3. Your contact phone number:

At the moment, I am very busy here because of the projects I am doing.

Best Regards,
John Smith

 
   
Miss Young

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