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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Mr > From: First Bank <rbc2017@torontomail.com>
> To:
> Date: Sunday, July 23, 2017, 1:30 AM
> Dear Friend,
> Iam Dr. Adesola Kazeem Adeduntan, the
> Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of
> Nigeria Limited
> See my interview by visit website below
> to avoid Fraudulent activities
> https://www.firstbanknigeria.com/about-us/the-leadership/board-of-directors/dr-adesola-kazeem-adeduntan-fca/
> We find-out today that your
> compensation payment file valued sum of US$19.500,000.00 is
> delay here in Nigeria since 2016 till today because of your
> inability to cover all documentation fee needed and if you
> will agree to receive your payment file through our First
> Bank of Nigeria Limited, our America lender will assist you
> cover every fee that will be require in this transaction so
> that immediate payment sum of US$19.500,000.00 transfer into
> your personal bank account in your country, you paid our
> international lender back all the money he use to sport you
> during the fund transfer with a commission sum of
> US$3.100,000.00 only while US$16.400,000.00 belong to you as
> fund beneficiary.
> Therefore if you interested with
> agreement terms, kindly update us again with your
> information bellow for easy communication and to able our
> international fund remittance officer transfer the
> compensation payment into your personal bank account without
> any problem before 72 hours today.
> Bank Name:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Bank Address:::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Account Number:::::::::::::::::::::
> Routing number::::::::::::::::::::::
> Account Holder Name::::::::::::
> Holder Home Address::::::::::::
> Home Phone::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Office Phone::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Mobile phone:::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Email Address:::::::::::::::::::::::
> If you are interested, Bellow is your
> ATM Account information needed before proceed the funds
> transfer into your account number by 8AM tomorrow.
> Credit Card Number: 16 digit
> code:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Expiration
> Date:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Three Digit number in the back of your
> ATM Credit CARD:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> This compensation payment sum of
> US$19.500,000.00 we talking about is sign in your name from
> United Nation Compensation Commission (UNCC) Africa Regional
> Headquarter and approved by new president of Nigeria,
> President Muhammadu Buhari to pay you the total payment
> through First Bank of Nigeria Limited that is reason why we
> contact you today and bear in mind again that no money
> require from you for any reason in this transaction since
> our money lender in America agree to help you out this
> time.
> Thanks for attention and banking with
> us!.
> Dr. Adesola Kazeem Adeduntan
> Managing Director/Chief Executive
> Officer
> First Bank of Nigeria Limited
> P.O. Box 5216,Lagos, Nigeria.
> Email: ceo.adesola2017@yahoo.com
> Email: firstbank2017@accountant.com
> Office phone: +234 8086 6105 82

Miss Young

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