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: "Dr. David Diallo" <diaooussddytyhdyudgt@earthlink.net>
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2008 5:51 AM

> Swift Code: BPH KPL PK,
> A/C#: 329606=101244=169=678
> Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/04
> Phone Number:+234-1-18114955
> We have this 27th day of Nov, 2008 received a payment credit
> instructionfrom the federal Government of Nigeria to credit your account
> with your full contract funds from the Nigerian reserve account with our
> bank.
> This is to notify you that your funds have been programmed
> forimmediaterelease into your nominated bank account but we can not
> transfer this fund direct to your nominated bank account,because we are
> having a little problem with International Monetary Fund (IMF) so our
> method of payment is by Diplomatic Courier Service.
> Be informed that every arrangement regarding your cash payment through
> diplomatic services has been made, note that your funds have been
> packaged likea consignment.Note that theDiplomatic Agency has to move down
> to your Countryin order to deliver the Consignment to your doorstep.
> You have to help the diplomats to get (yellow Tag Paper) so that the
> customs and immigration will not stop them in Airport, for security
> reason you areadvice to follow the rules and regulation of the diplomats
> for easy collectionofthe consignment, you have to welcome the diplomatic
> agent, to enabl themdeliver the Consignment to you immediately, be
> informed that as soon as thediplomats obtain the above name certificate
> they will deliver the Consignment to your doorstep.
> This consignment have been registered with FBI and there is no course
> for alarm because this is the best way that you can get your fund
> without any problem due to the numerous scam activities on the internet,
> it is not safe to sen one bank information anymore, so that is why we
> choose this method to effect your contract payment through a consignment
> and you are advice to provide all information so that there will not be
> any further delay in your payment.
> We are sorry for the delays in your contract payment please bear
> with us.
> However, you are to reconfirm to us the following
> information so that the consignment does not go to the wrong person.
> Your Full Name: ______________________________
> Your Complete Address:________________________
> Name of City of Residence:____________________
> Country:______________________________________
> Direct Telephone Number:______________________
> Mobile Number:________________________________
> AGE :_________________________________________
> Fax Number:___________________________________
> Occupation: ________________________________
> Nearest airport:______________________________.
> Note that as soon as the diplomatic arrive to your country they will
> give you a call immediately to enable you help them to get (yellow tag
> paper).Also all documents will be released to you to protect you from any
> branch of the law.
> Note that this payment will commence immediately I receive your
> information. This is to remind you that they has a transit to London and
> finally to arrive at your Country as the last destination on their
> diplomatic travel route this week.
> Yours in service,
> Dr. David Diallo
> Executive Director
> Central Bank of Nigeria
> Phone Number:+234-1-18114955


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