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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: moses chidiebere5 <moses_chidiebere5@hotmail.com>
>Subject: My Dear Friend, This is just to say thank you. Date: Fri, 13 Jul
>2007 12:45:24 +0100
>
>
>MOSES CHIDIEBEREDUMFRIES DGI4NN SOUTH WEST LONDONUINTED KINGDOM.
>
>My Dear Friend,
>
>This is Mr. Moses Chidiebere who contacted you late last year over the
>abandoned estate of my late client that is worth $12.7M in cash. It's my
>pleasure this day to inform you that I successfully retrieved the Estate
>(USD$12.7) from the bank where it was deposited. When I didn't hear from
>you after a long while about retrieving the abandoned estate (USD$12.7) of
>my late Client, I then contacted another trustworthy Partner (Mr. Clement
>Wells) from London, United Kingdom. He assisted me to claim the FUND.
>
>So, as I am writing this mail the sum of US$11.5M is now in his bank
>account in London. I have consequently joined Mr. Clement Wells in London
>to invest my share of the money in juicy Estates and stocks. The address
>above is my new address in London including my telephon number.
>
>However, I didn't forget your past efforts, at least I used your name to
>start the Claims process with the bank. But you could not participate
>actively because of circumstances beyond your control. So, since it is no
>fault of yours I hold nothing agaist you. Therefore, in appreciation of
>your effort I have raised an International Bank Draft of US$1.200,000.00 in
>your favor as compensation to you for using your name during the Claims
>process.
>
>Now contact my Confidential Secretary Lawyer. Frank Diko on his e-mail
>address and ask him to send the Bank Draft to you. Bear in mind that the
>money is in Bank draft, not cash, so you need to send to him your full name
>and address where the draft will be delivered to you, inculding your cell
>phone number.
>Finally, I left explicit instructions with LAWYER. FRANK DIKO to send the
>BANK DRAFT to you by Courier immediately you contact him. So contact him
>with the information below:
>
>Below is his contact information:Lawyer Frank Diko.EMAIL ADDRESS:
>(lawyer_frankdiko1@fastermail.com)
>
>Please as soom as you contact him kindly update me by email to confirm
>receipt of the Bank Draft.
>
>Warm regards,Moses.
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