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: Steve T Bello <returnedpackages@fedex.com>
> Subject: FedEx
> To:
> Date: Monday, November 24, 2008, 1:06 AM
> FedEx
> Head Office Plot 8,Ahmed Way,
> Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.
> Attention, Attention,, Attention.
> We wish to inform you that we have undeliverable, a parcel
> in your name.
> The parcel was returned undelivered due to incorrect
> address to our office
> in Nigeria. FedEx courier Service Company is hereby passing
> an essential
> message to all our valuable customers to be very careful
> while presenting
> their receivers residential address to avoid wrong
> delivery.
> This is to notify you that your parcel is still in our
> possession, this
> parcel contains an International Cashier Bank Draft/Cheque,
> worth sum of
> $2 Million dollars only, and it is ready for delivery to
> your door step.
> Meanwhile, before the delivery or shipment will take place,
> you are
> adviced to send to us the following data:
> 1.Correct mailing address
> 2.Cell Telephone #....
> The above requested information will enable us deliver your
> parcel
> correctly without any mistake or deliverey of your parcel
> to a wrong
> person.
> Meanwhile, remember that the sender of this parcel to you,
> the fiduciary
> agent, still owes this company the sum of $85 before
> occurrence of this
> incidence. FedEx has spent out of their incomes in the
> process, by
> recovery back of your parcel. So, dear customer we once
> again appreciate
> your patronage in our favour. You are to pay the balance
> left by your
> sender since we have lost his contact. This is to enable
> delivery of your
> parcel to your residential address before it accumulate a
> demurrage after
> one week only, as you know your parcel is not just an
> ordinary parcel but
> with a huge amount and I think you understand what I mean
> by accumulating
> a demurrage? Which you will not allow to happen to your
> recovered parcel.
> We assure you that your parcel will arrive at your country
> in two days
> time and it will get to your door step the third day as
> soon as FedEx
> receives the balance left by your sender, the tracking
> number of your
> parcel will be sent to you via e-mail immediately, to enble
> you track it
> yourself to see your parcel coming on the way and you will
> also know when
> it will arrive at your country because we operate in trust
> and loyalty in
> your favour.
> Yours faithfully
> Mr.Steve Taiwo.


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