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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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Mr > From: info@westernunionagent.com
> Subject: YOUR FUNDS HAS BEEN TRANSFERED TODAY!!!!!!!!
> Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 19:33:25 +0100
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> Final Release Of your payment
> LOTTERY COMPENSATION,
> 4989 gibson tower Benin Republic Cotonou.
>
>
> Firstly, I must start by apologizing for the delay in response to you and for not contacting you since the beginning of the
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> new year.
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> This email is coming to you in regards to your fund that you have been unable to claim due to your lack of co-operation in
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> the past. This organization has decided to make it know to you that the funds in your ATM been cleared into an escrew
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> account and that you will be receiving your fund through the fastest means of money transfer in the world.
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> Since you have not been able to claim you fund that has been with us for a very long time, we have to call back your ATM CARD
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> and make arrangement alternatively to transfer your fund installmentally through Western Union Money Transfer here today
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> which has been programmed to be transferred under installment at rate of $9,000 daily as Western Union laws here does not
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> allow transferring funds above $9,000 at once from this country to another, but we will be sending under installment of
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> $9,000 daily till the amount of $2.5 Million usd is completely Paid to you as the beneficiary of the ATM CARD in question.
> In other words, We have today transferred your first installment payment ($9,000) available for your pickup at any western
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> union office nearest to you, but still on hold due to the unpaid endorsement & daily activation file fee amount of $350.00
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> that you are supposed to pay before your daily transfer will be made available to you. You will pickup the bellow installment
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> at any western union office nearest to you with bellow information's as soon as you submit the $350 endorsement & daily
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> activation file fee. You can track your first installment payment with the Western Union tracking number 1-800-325-6000 or
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> through the western union global website so as for you to know that the money is available for pick up (but will not be
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> released you without the file activation fee of $350).
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> Your Payment Details
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> Sender Name: Lauren Smith
> MTCN: 5504281980 (Available For Pick-Up)
> Text Question: We make?
> Answer: The Difference
> Amount Programmed: $9,000
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> Email: westernunionagent1@megamail.pt
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> The endorsement & daily activation file fee of $350 should be sent to our office here in care to our accounting officer
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> through Western Union Money Transfer nearest to you or Money Gram Post Office.
> You are to send the endorsement activation charges with the information below.
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> Receivers Name: Marvis Nwachukwu
> Address: 4989 gibson tower Benin Republic Cotonou
> City & Country: Benin Republic Cotonou
> Amount: $350
> Text Question: What for
> Answer: Transfer
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> As soon as you send the fee, send us the transfer Mtcn/Refference # to help us proceed with immediate transfer activation of
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> your first installment payment.
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> Note: the Activation Fees could not be deducted from the fund in the ATM CARD as we have no access to the fund due to the
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> Fact that it was placed in an escrew account.
> Please submit your Activation charges with the name of our accounting officer as given to you and get back to this office
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> with details of your payment for further actions here.
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> Treat As Urgent and get back to this office with receipt of your payment for fast procedures here.
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> Thanking you for your Anticipated Co-operations.
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> Respectfully Yours.
> Mr. Mary Moor
> Lottery Compensation Head office.
>

 
     

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