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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Mr > From: Mr. John Banabas <unccrefundpayment@hotmail.com>
> Subject: United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC)
> To:
> Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009, 4:21 AM
> United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC)
> In Affiliation With Barrack Obama Campaign to Assist
> Scammed Individuals In The
> Settlement Of Disputes Through Zenith Bank Plc.
> Attention: Sir/Madam
> How are you doing today? Hope all is well with you and your
> family? You may not understand why this mail came to you but
> kindly read the following procedures for your claim.
> The United Nation Compensation Commission (UNCC) was
> created in 1991 as a subsidiary organ of the UN Security
> Council. Its mandate is to process claims and pay
> compensation for losses and damages suffered as a direct
> result of Internet Fraud.
> The UNCC in conjunction with the Obama Campaign on the 12th
> of October 2008 organized a confederation meeting which
> ended 2 weeks later, with the Secretary General to the
> UNITED NATIONS.This meeting was first held on the 8th of
> April 2003 by the then secretary to the UN. You can view
> this page for your perusal
> (www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2003/ik344.doc.htm).
> This email is directed to all individuals that have been
> scammed in all parts of the world. In reference to the just
> concluded meeting, the UNCC in affiliation with Barrack
> Obama Campaign have agreed to compensate them with
> categorical payment sum of $2.500,000.00 each. In its
> decision 17" of 24th March 2006, the Governing Council
> established basic principles for the distribution of
> compensation payments to successful claimants. This decision
> was made two months before the resolution of the first
> installment of claims before the Commission.
> As stated in the Secretary-General’s report of 2nd May
> 2006, it was anticipated that the value of approved awards
> would far exceed the resources available in the Compensation
> Fund at any given time. The Governing Council therefore
> devised a mechanism for the allocation of available funds to
> successful claimants that gave priority to the three urgent
> categories of claims and which, within each category, would
> give equal treatment to similarly situated claims. Only when
> each successful claimant in categories "A", "B" and "C" had
> been paid an initial amount up to US$2,500 would payments
> commence for claims in other categories.
> Accordingly, the first phase of payment involved an initial
> payment of US$2,500 to each successful individual claimant
> in categories "A" and "C". However, for humanitarian
> reasons, all category "B" claims will be paid in full of a
> total USD$800,000. A total of US$3,252,337,997.09 was made
> available to 1,498,119 successful individual claimants in
> categories "A", "B" and "C" under the first phase of
> payments. Claimants includes every foreign contractor that
> may have not
> received their contract sum, and people that have had an
> unfinished transaction or international businesses that
> failed due to Government problems etc.We found your name in
> our list and that is why you are receiving this email
> notification.
> You are advised hereby to contact John Banabas of Zenith
> Bank Plc, as he is our representative in Nigeria who will be
> releasing your refund payment to you.
> Contact him immediately for your approved
> funds(USD$2.500,000.00). This funds are in a ATM MASTER CARD
> for security purpose, so he will send it to you and you can
> cash it in any bank of your choice.
> Contact Mr. John Banabas immediately for your International
> Bank Draft:
> Email: unitednationcompensationoffi@hotmail.com
> Thanks,hoping to hear from you as soon as you cash your ATM
> MASTER CARD. Making the world a better place.
> Regards
> Ban Ki-Moon
> (UN Secretary-General)
> http://www.un.org/sg/

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