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: nigerianpolice force <nigerianpolice.securityalert.f@gmail.com>
> To:
> Date: Friday, December 12, 2008, 12:03 AM
> Our Ref: NPF/FGN/ATM/VOL.4004/08
> 8th Feb, 2008.
> Reports we have received from our Surveillance Unit
> indicate that some
> criminals minded are still contacting you using fictitious
> names and funny
> titles with the promise to pay on behalf of the Federal
> Government of
> Nigeria your long overdue outstanding credits with the
> government of
> Nigeria.
> These impostors have gone a step further to impersonate
> some government
> institutions, agencies, parastatals and highly placed
> officials in our
> society in order to give legitimacy to their deceitful
> tendencies. We have
> since spread our dragnets to apprehend these felons and
> their collaborators
> who by their criminal activities have seriously eroded the
> confidence of
> foreign investors/creditors in the federation of Nigeria
> despite the
> concerted efforts of the Federal Government of Nigeria to
> attract foreign
> investment to the country. Therefore, while re-iterating
> the determination
> of the Nigerian Police Force to arrest this embarrassing
> drift, be warned
> that the Federal Government of Nigeria shall not be liable
> for any loss of
> funds arising from your dealings with these impostors after
> this circular
> has been dispatched.
> For the avoidance of doubt, the only recognized and
> approved authority
> charged with the payment of your newly approved
> part/interst payment of $
> 10,500.00 , is DR IWUALA, Head of the DIPLOMATIC PAYMENT
> department of
> NIGERIA. You will receive your payments of $ 10,500,00
> through our payment
> centre immediately you furlish DR IWUALA with your
> information,he will
> definately direct you to your payment centre.
> You are therefore advised in your interest to reach DR
> IWUALA on his direct
> telephone number TEL: 234-8074663814- Email:
> fdccorps@gmail.com for
> clarification and recommendations for your payment by our
> payment
> corespondence centres near to you.
> Please you have report to our office any further
> correspondence from these
> criminals for prompt attention and necessary actions even
> as we assure you
> of our readiness to bring these impostors to book as
> atonement for their
> economic and criminal malfeasance.
> Thanks for your cooperation
> Yours faithfully,
> Mr. Theo Eduok
> Assistant Commissioner of Police
> Anti-Fraud Unit, Force Head Quarters - Lagos.


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