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: Susan Pensack susanpensack@yahoo.com
Sent: Fri, May 4, 2018 10:59 pm
Subject: UN scam victims compensation

Public Information Desk.
West Africa Regional Chapter, Nigeria.

Dear Scam Victim,

This is to inform you that in accordance with Section 219 of the World Monetary Policy and National act 351(B) of United Nations policy as Amended in the fight against illegal Money Transactions as an effective means of curtailing Money Laundry and extortion of monies from unsuspected person(s), a provision for compensation in Volume 8 of the same act of the law provides a certain amount of money as COMPENSATION for all victims of such illicit transactions for whatever suffering or loss they might have incurred in the pursuit of these non-existing funds. Your information was discovered by UNITED NATIONS FACT-FINDING & SPECIAL DUTIES OFFICE as one of the victims through our network database and an entitlement of
US$475,000.00 (Four Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand US dollars)
has been approved in your favour payable to you through our West African Consolidated escrow bank account with KEYSTONE BANK NIGERIA PLC. This is in fulfillment of the volume '8' of the World Monetary Policy and National act 351(B) of United Nations Financial Policy as agreed during the World Economic Empowerment Conference with the Financial Heads of all Countries of the World on the theme "FRAUD/SCAM VICTIMS". In view of this, you are strongly advised to reconfirm immediately your information such as stated below to the Director; Foreign Remittance Department, KEYSTONE BANK NIGERIA PLC: JEFFREY EGOBIA,
tell him that you received a message from the UNITEDNATIONS FACT-FINDING AND SPECIAL DUTIES OFFICE, Instructing you to contact him for immediate release of your compensatory fund payment via VisaATM card.

1) Names
2) Address
3) Phone.

This compensation payment does not attract any bank levy, fees or charges. You will only be required to provide the cost of posting the ATM card to your address if for any reason you will not be able to visit the bank to collect the instrument of payment by yourself. Copy of your payment approval by United Nation has been forwarded to Mr. Jeffrey Egobia. Do not hesitate to report back to this office if not satisfactorily/urgently attended.

Faithfully yours,
Mrs. Susan Pensack
Regional co-ordinator: UNFFSD-Office
Mr From: Jeffrey Egobia jeffrey.supervisor@gmail.com
Sent: Wed, Jun 20, 2018 10:19 pm
Subject: Your compensation payment ref. UN-EEP/X004/9090051/18,

Remember that your ATM Visacard has a life span and it has started counting once the card is issued out and will automatically be deactivated if not in use after a period of time. Nevertheless, below is the contact email address of the origin of the compensation :

Mrs. Susan Pensack
Regional Co-ordinator: UNFFSD-Office

Go ahead and contact her to receive instruction from her and then get back to me.
Best regards,
Jeffrey Egobia
Miss Young

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