Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a charitable donation. It works just like a lottery scam. The scammers that sent the letter, wants me to pay them. I will not get anything from them. They will keep asking for more money until I give up or run out of money.

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> De: Nationwide Bank <info@onlinesnationwide-co-uk.com>
> Objet: You are welcome to Nationwide Bank‏ ( Transfer Of $2.5million )‏‏‏
> À:
> Date: Vendredi 26 Décembre 2008, 10h56
> DEPARTMENTNATIONWIDE BANK117 Northdown Road, Clifton, CT9
> 2QYLondon, United
> KingdomWebsite:http://wwwnet.onlinesnationwide-co-uk.com/Email:info@onlinesnationwide-co-uk.comTEL:
> +447045731085 +447045741289ATTEN,You are welcome to NATIONWIDE BANK. The payment Bank
> be at your service. We are Regulated and Stipulated by the
> Financial Service Authority (FSA), the financial
> institutions that govern all financial activities in the
> United Kingdom.In receipt to the transferring of your funds
> worth the sum of $2.5million dollars (This funds was said to
> be a winning funds drawn by the CATHOLIC CHARITY CASH GRANT
> PROMOTION, so congratulations. As per your question, The
> funds is expected to be transferred to your country, you
> cannot keep the funds in our Bank as a current account
> because you contacted us for the transferring of your funds,
> so the funds is said to be a transferring funds. In every
> successful transfer of funds especially in this regards, it
> is an essentiality that you activate your account with us so
> that it can accommodate and transfer such an amount of
> money. Transferring the Sum of $2.5million dollars here in
> the United Kingdom need utmost care and confidentiality at
> course of transferring the funds. So you need to be guarded
> with policy and rules regarding the transfer. By so doing,
> you are expected to act in accordance to the policy here. To
> have access into your account online via our website and you
> can carry on with the transfer of your funds to any
> designated account number you deem fit, find below details
> on how to acess your online bank account.STEP 1.Visit our
> site: http://wwwnet.onlinesnationwide-co-uk.comSTEP 2.Click
> on the SIGN ON on the left hand coner of the homepage
> (Ensure that your pop-up window is activated by pressing the
> F8 Button on your Keyboard )STEP 3.Enter your Access Code
> and Pin Number:Access Code: mwb3237
> PIN: 79478
> Note: the above codes are secret and should remain private
> and confidential.By clicking Login to Online Banking, your
> Current Account Number which is 0011778840 will be opened to
> you.STEP 4.Click Transfer Funds, by doing this the Fund
> Transfer Initiation Confirmation page will be opened to
> you.STEP 5.Click Continue to Initiate Fund Transfer STEP
> 6.You will be asked to input your activation code:STEP
> 7.Your account will be verified and your transfer process
> will begin.The above steps as laid down for the effective
> transfer of your lottery winning funds must be strictly
> followed:So, to commence with the transferring of your
> funds, you are expected to activate your current account for
> the transfer. The cost of activating a current account is
> £550.00 GBP ( Five Hundred and Fifty Great Britain Pounds
> Sterling) which will be added to your account balance. After
> the activation of an account, an account will be activated
> and the transfer process will commence actively.So if you
> are ready to make the payment for the cost of activating
> your online current account, you are expected to notify this
> office for the payment details.Note: The charges cannot be
> deducted from your winnings. This is in accordance with
> section 13(1)(n) of the National Gambling Act as adopted in
> 1993 and amended on 3RD July 1996 by the constitutional
> assembly. This is to protect winners and to avoid
> misappropriation of funds and win and win Situations.Your
> urgent reply will be most welcome.We look forward to serving
> you betterBest Regards,Mr. Mr Claud ErissonHead of Account
> DepartmentFor: Nationwide Bank The Approved Bank for
> 2008 Nationwide Bank . All rights reserved.

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