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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: "Federal Ministry of Finance, Nigeria" <fmf_nig_gov@walla.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2008 13:05:04 +0200
Subject: very urgent
Federal Ministry of Finance, Headquarters,
Ahmadu Bello Way,
Central Business District,
P.M.Box 41,Garki,


Dear Sir,
I have been directed by His Excellency the President, Federal Republic
of Nigeria, (Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar'Adua) today the 15th of December
2008 after the Federal Executive Council Meeting to bring to your
notice and urgent attention that there was a meeting held in the
Presidency and we understand the huge amount of money you have spent,
and all the disappointment you have suffered in the past to get your
contract fund paid to you. Due to what we described as selective
payment and incessant demand of excessive fees by some unscrupulous
officials in charge of foreign contract payment in the past.

Studying contractors files yesterday, we discovered that your file was
dumped untreated. So at this juncture, we apologize for the delay of
your contract payment and you should stop every communication with any
other office in the name of Central Bank of Nigeria, Senate
Committees, ICPC, EFCC,Foreign Offshore Payment etc except the one you
will be refer to now.

You are hereby directed to contact the Director International
Operational Department of Central Bank of Nigeria Lamido Yuguda
immediately so that he will release your payment to you immediately.
And also you should reconfirm your bank details, contract amount,
contract number and your telephone/fax number to him.This is to avoid
mistake while transferring this your overdue contract payment to you.
Now your new payment codes are:

Payment Reference No. - NGR-58439,
Allocation No. - 6839237828,
Password No. - xx736328104,
Pin Code No - 0097665 and your
Certificate of Merit Payment No. 766666;
CBN Release Code No. 6666544;
Immediate Telex Confirmation No. 190401;
Secret Code No. HV95858585812349.

Having received these vital payment numbers therefore, you are
qualified to register for your telex and cable access pin codes now to
receive and confirm your payment with the Federal Government of
Nigeria immediately into your nominated bank account within 74 banking
hours. The registration fee remains US$115:00 only payable to Central
Bank of Nigeria only.

This morning a Telex signal attached with Presidential Order stamped
and signed by the president have been sent to CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
FOREIGN International Operational Department to contact you for the
payment of your over-due contract fund and other contractors listed.
You are strongly advised for your interest and your esteemed company
to call the Director CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA International Operational
Department sort out the receipts of your funds.

Lamido Yuguda.
Email: in.op_dept_cenbank@yahoo.com
Sir, on behalf of this Government, I apologize for any delay you might
have encountered in receiving your contract payment.


Dr. Shamsudeen Usman,
Honorable Minister of Finance.
Federal Republic of Nigeria.


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