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: Mrs. Juan W. Benny <carlldavidlee0902@gmail.com>
> To:
> Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 9:03 PM
> The
> World Bank Group
> Directorate of Foreign Affairs
> Debt Reconciliation/Audit Unit
> 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA
> Our Ref: WB/NF/UN/XX019
> Attn: Unpaid Beneficiary.
> We received a notification from the Management of the
> Philippine National Bank (PNB) in Asia, informing us that
> you are yet to receive your Outstanding
> Contractual/Inheritance funds payment valued Twenty Million
> Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars which has been
> deposited by the World Bank Group under the custody of the
> Philippine National Bank since the 3rd of February 2016.
> Be inform that your Outstanding Contractual/Inheritance
> Payment was moved out from the Central Bank of Nigeria
> (CBN), directly to the Philippine National Bank (PNB) in
> Asia due to the high level of scams, impersonation, corrupt
> banking and political system going in Africa most especially
> in Nigeria. The President of the World Bank Group held a
> meet with United Nations UN, African Union (AU) and the
> Federal Government of Nigeria and it was agreed that your
> Outstanding Contractual/Inheritance should be moved to the
> World Bank Reserved Account with the Philippine National
> Bank through which you are to receive your Outstanding
> Payments.
> It's our wish to inform you about the new development
> concerning your overdue outstanding contractual/inheritance
> payment valued US$20.5 Million deposited under the custody
> of the Philippine National Bank in your name as the rightful
> beneficiary. The board of trustees and the executives of
> Philippine National Bank have finalized with the Department
> of Finance (DOF), to transfer your fund to you, the approved
> sum of US$20,500,000 (Twenty Million Five Hundred Thousand
> United States Dollars) by this following means of choice for
> your own security reasons.
> 1, By ATM Card
> 2, By Bank To Bank Transfer
> 3, Online Bank Account Opening
> The management & board of trustees of the bank wish you
> to furnish out to us your contact information for immediate
> process of transfer. Kindly reconfirm to this office all
> your personal information by email as stated; (1) YOUR FULL
> PRIVATE EMAIL: (6) OCCUPATION: together with your Payment
> Transaction Code No which is (02555) for the immediate
> processing and transfer of your Contractual/Inheritance
> Funds Payment since the management of the Philippine
> National Bank has been given the instructions to transfer
> your funds into your bank account without further delays
> once you have fulfilled your transfer obligations.
> You are thereby advice to forward your information to Mr.
> Nelson C. Reyes via his contact information’s stated below
> for the immediate processing of your funds.
> Contact Name: Mr. Nelson C. Reyes
> Current Position: Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice
> President
> Email Address: nelson.c.rey00191@gmail.com
> Tel: +63 939 371 62000
> Please take note that your transaction with me should be
> highly Private & Confidential, due to a lot of
> Impersonators/ fraudsters. I would kindly advice you never
> to disclose your transaction with the Philippines National
> Bank to anyone or any 3rd parties until this transaction has
> been completed and your total funds payment valued
> USD$20.500,000.00 has been transferred to you successfully.
> Awaiting your anticipating response to enable the bank
> proceed immediately with the transfer.
> Signed,
> Yours Faithfully,
> Mrs. Juan W. Benny.
> Information’s Officer

Miss Young

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