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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On Mon, Mar 5, 2018 at 7:55 am, James F. McDonnell
< johnmick3@yahoo.com > wrote:

Treat this as matter as urgency

Am James F. McDonnell from the Department of homeland security USA' Am here to keep you reminded about our last meeting on Foreign remittance act 2018 with some of the West African top government officials which took place on the 13th of January regarding the delay of your long awaited funds' We checked all your payment files which was presented by the Director of the paying bank (United Bank For Africa) and verified that your compensation funds which was approved to be directed to you very long time ago is still unclaimed and they made it clear to us that you are unable to secure the related requirements that is the reason why the long awaited funds has not been directed to you as mandated

After the meeting' the Dept was instructed to release $5000 to you through Money Gram office so that you can be able to have some funds at hand to settle the requirements that is related to the transfer of your long awaited funds as instructed to enable the paying bank to commence on the wire transfer of your total deposited sum of ($3.5m USD) to your nominated bank account in your country

I just rechecked your payment files today and verified that your payments are still unclaimed after the instructions which was given to the Department in Benin since February to release $5000 to you through Money Gram office,i went on and called the director on phone today to know what is going on at their end he was shocked about this and told me that they sent first $5000 to you through Money Gram office for long and forwarded it to your email and there was no response from you since then to prove that you have confirmed the payment they directed to you

They just forwarded the payment details to me and i have tracked it through Money Gram website and discovered that the payment is still available for pick up by the receiver at any Money Gram location but right now the Money Gram office is demanding for sum of $70 for activation purposes before you can be able to cash up the payment today at any Money Gram location nearest to you

You can track your transfer through Money Gram website with the reference number to confirm the availability of this transaction and make sure you follow up the instructions by making the activation fee of $70 available to enable you cash up the payment of $5000 at any Money Gram location nearest to you as mandated

Below is payment details to pick up your payment of $5000 today

1)Senders Name:: HOLLY AMOBI
2)MTCN Number::: 74787802 (Available for pick up by receiver)
3)Amount::: $5000.00 USD.
4)Amount: $5000.00

Click on this link to track the payment through Money Gram Website (https://secure.moneygram.com/track )

Send the activation charge in favor of (MIKE UBA) through Money Gram or Western Union office with the payment info listed below

Receiver Name . . . .MIKE UBA
Country. . .Benin Republic
City. . . . .Cotonou
Amount to be sent. . . .$70

Thanks for adhering to this instruction

Kind Regards. . .

James F. McDonnell
Phone. . . + 1 (562) 395-0940

Miss Young

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