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: Western Union Department < mrwilliams.richard001@gmail.com >
Date: Fri, Nov 13, 2020 at 9:04 PM

Attn: Please,

I apologize for the testing that I have had to do to make sure that you are a business man in the United State Of America. I have to be very careful. My name is Brad Mark.

I work FOR WESTERN UNION. I am Director of the Transaction Security department for eight nations in West Africa (but I am based in W/ Africa).

I have an idea that can make both of us a LOT OF MONEY.

Every year, thousands of Western Union transfers are never picked up by the recipient.

Most are small ($900 to $2,500) but some are over $4,000.00. Even though many transactions are small, if you pick up a lot of these, you can make a lot of money quickly.

The usual reason a transaction was not picked up is this: A tourist gets robbed or loses his wallet. He asks relatives in the USA to send him money via Western Union Secure. He gets home without picking up the money. Then he discovers that the money can only be picked up in the country where he was traveling - it is not worth his time to travel back for $100, so he forgets about it. These abandoned transactions are called " orphans " here at Western Union. There are thousands of them!

After 180 days, the MTCN number drops off the web and can no longer be checked on the internet. But it is still a good MTCN, and I HAVE ACCESS TO ALL THE ORPHAN MTCN' S FOR EIGHT NATIONS.

I cannot travel to the United States or to other foreign countries myself to claim the money - it would be suspicious for a man in my position with Western Union to travel to the United States, and then to have a lot of orphan transactions getting paid out. What I can do is to give you the MTCN' s, give you the test question and the answer for each transaction, and change the name of the recipient to your name.

As a test, I will send you 20 relatively small MTCN numbers (total about $20,000) for whichever country you want out of my set of eight countries. You pick up the money.

You send me one-half BY MONEY GRAM so that it cannot be traced to me.

Once you send me one-half, I will send you another set of 20 MTCN' s. Then another. Then another. And then another. There are thousands of these orphan MTCN' s in each of my eight countries. Many of these transactions are larger than $1,000, and some are in excess of $4,000.

If you fail to send me 1/2, you will never hear from me again. But if you are faithful in sending me my percentage, I will send you lots of MTCNS!

Are you interested? Are you in the United States?

Let me hear from you.


Brad Mark

Miss Young

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