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: ACCESS BANK PLC <accessbnkpaydept30@hotmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Scam Victims Reimbursement: YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PAYMENT!!!
> To:
> Date: Wednesday, November 26, 2008, 6:39 PM
> OUR REF: R19940E
> YOUR REF: 92208
> Attention,
> I write to bring to your notice as a delegate from the
> Nigerian Government
> Reimbursement Committee under the strict supervision of the
> United Nations
> to pay 280 World scam victims the sum of $250,000 USD (Two
> Hundred and
> Fifty Thounsand Dollars) each. You are however short-listed
> as one of the
> beneficiaries qualified for this quarter's payments.You
> are expected to
> get back to us for your immediate reimbursement.
> As a result of this laudable recommedations,you are hereby
> informed that
> during the last U.N. meeting held in Abuja, Nigeria, it was
> alarmed so
> much by the rest of the world on the loss of funds by
> various foreigners
> to the scam artists operating in syndicates all over the
> world today. In
> other to make up for the losses of victims, the President
> in conjunction
> with the UN members have ordered the immediate payment of
> $250,000 USD
> each to the affected victims in accordance with the U.N.
> recommendations.
> Due to the corrupt and inefficient Banking Systems in
> Nigeria, these
> payments are to be made by ACCESS BANK Plc, Nigeria and
> as the corresponding paying bank under the funding
> assistance of the
> Central Bank of Nigeria.
> Presently, 224 Beneficiaries have being paid, more than 70%
> of the victims
> are from the United States and Canada, while others are
> from various parts
> of the world. Your particulars were among those mentioned
> by some of the
> Syndicates that were apprehended in Lagos, Nigeria as one
> of the victims
> of the operations, you are hereby warned not to communicate
> or duplicate
> this message to anybody for any reason whatsoever as the
> U.S. secret
> service in conjunction with The Economic and Financial
> Crimes Commission
> (EFCC) has swange into action to track this criminals
> down.Once again,you
> are expected to keep it secret until these criminals are
> all apprehended.
> The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) (Motto:
> No Body is
> above the Law) have combined effort with the United Nation
> Anti-crime
> Commission to alleviate the plight of these victims as well
> as make up for
> the losses of the selected victims.
> Many Banks, Universal firms, Companies and individuals have
> been in
> bankrupcy today due to the activities of these hoodlums.
> However, a
> thorough investigation have revealed that these people have
> dropped over
> 500,000 victims across the world, after collecting their
> money falsely,
> many as a result of this have committed suicide, while
> others are now
> living in abject poverty.As regards these ongoing
> developmental strive, we
> have over 200 suspects at hand, 135 in kirikri
> prisons.While many are
> awaiting trial, we are still in search of others, who
> think they are
> wise, and hope that you will assist by giving any vital
> information that
> could lead to the apprehension of these hoodlums.
> You can receive your reimbursement via any of these options
> you Choose,
> be waiting to
> hearing from you been certain that your response will be
> that you are
> satisfied and willing to claim your $250,000 USD (Two
> Hundred and Fifty
> Thounsand Dollars) reimbursement funds.
> Send a copy of your response and payment code to our
> remittance officer:
> NAME: Mr. Martins Ete.
> USD.
> EMAIL: accessbnkpaydept40@yahoo.com.hk
> Yours Faithfully,
> Mrs. Maria Mamudu.
> Access Bank Plc.

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