Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. A scammer often fails in making his victim pay him money. But he does not give up if he thinks it is still possible to convince the victim. He could try a new scam with hidden millions or a big lottery winning. Another approach is a compensation letter where he promises the victim a big sum as compensation. The compensation money does not exist, - it is simply the start of a new scam. The letter below is an example of such a letter.

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scammer >>From: "orji_ude@tiscali.co.uk" <orji_ude@tiscali.co.uk>
>>Reply-To: "orji_ude@tiscali.co.uk" <orji_ude@tiscali.co.uk>
>>Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 14:39:47 +0100 (GMT+01:00)
>>My Dear,
>>This is to thank you for your effort.I understand that your handswere
>>tied.Not to worry. I have succeeded,the money has been transfered
>>the account provided by a newly found friend of mine in Australia.
>>To compensate for your past assistance and commitments,i have dropped
>>an International Certifie Bank Draft of $ for you.
>>    I am in Australia with my family presently.I do intend to
>>some business concerns here,and possibly buy someproperties.Contact
>>Secretary in Benin-Republic Mr.Anthony Wale on(an_wale@yahoo.fr)
>>my mail to him,then ask him to send the cheque to you.
>>Take good care of your self.
>>Mr.Orji Ude.

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