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: MR. WILSON DAVID < www."@abelia.ocn.ne.jp >
Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017, 14:24 -0400
Subject: Good day.

Good day.

I'm the new appointed Postman of Regular Mail Post Office branched at
Porto Novo-Benin. I assumed this office on 5th January 2017. On going
through the files of the previous records of this office,

I discovered that there are six parcels containing ATM cards each one
attached with an email address of the owner on it. The former appointee of
this office (Alhaji Ahmed Musa Jr) failed to carry out the delivery as it
was instructed and programmed. And one of his reasons for not carrying out
the delivery was that you have not provided your postal address to him for
the completion of the delivery.

According to the content recorded in each file, the ATM card was deposited
by one Senior Evangelist Mathew Peterson who died two years back. On the
statement he wrote on the list, he stated that each of the aforementioned
ATM cards contains USD $870.000.00. Meanwhile, I am making the arrangement
of posting the six parcels through Regular Mail Post Office to all of you.
So, I want you to provide your postal address and your personal
information as listed below:

1. Your Full Name:_ _ _ _ _
2. Your Postal Address:_ _ _ _ _
3. Your Country and current City:_ _ _ _
4. Your Telephone Numbers:_ _ _ _ _
5. Your Country's Postal Code:_ _ _ _ _

Don't be surprise in case this message appears in your mail box as
"undisclosed recipients" because I am sending the same message of the same
content to six of you at the same time.

I went to our head office at Cotonou-Benin and reported the issue of the
discovered six ATM cards in my office and they verified it and gave me the
order to carry out the delivery immediately after you send the $170 USD
for the Postal Stamp of the parcel. We would have deducted the fee out of
the main fund but as you are clearly aware that we don't have any access
to the pin code of the ATM card until you receive it and open it by
yourself. It's an illegal act for us to open the pin code ourselves. So,
you should send the $170 USD today for the Postal Stamp. Send the $170 USD
USD through Western Union or Money Gram to my secretary (TEDDY NWA) as
listed below:

Receiver's Name: Pedro Masaquiza
Destination: Cotonou, Benin Republic
Test Question: Pin
Answer: code
Amount: $170 USD Dollars

Sender's Name:
Sender's Address:
MTCN or Reference Number:

Thanks and God bless you as I will be waiting for your urgent response
with the payment info both your full home address that needed remember to attach your copy of your ID or passport thank you once again. looking forward to hear form you soon as.

Telephone#: (910) 595-2783
Email: mrdavidwilson40@yahoo.com

Miss Young

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