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: Government of Nigeria <zolybab3@optusnet.com.au>
> To:
> Date: Saturday, February 21, 2009, 10:10 AM
> The Nigerian government in agreement with the directive of
> the IMF, World Bank, Paris Club and the G8 has through the
> federal Ministry of Finance and Federal Ministry of Justice
> handed over your payment file to the United States
> Consulate. In seeking for outright debt cancellation from
> the above world bodies, they have directed that due to so
> much fraud and scams perpetrated against foreign
> beneficiaries, and the bureaucracy in paying you and others
> involved, that the United States Consulate should take
> charge of your payment.
> However, I, Umaru Musa yarAdua want you to note that your
> file is presently with the USA Consulate and you should
> contact them. As the President and Commander-in-Chief of the
> Armed Forces, Federal republic of Nigeria, I want to inform
> you that there is no other office(s) or person his/her
> position in the government notwithstanding that is presently
> directly in charge of your payment. Therefore you are
> advised in your own interest to desist from making further
> contact with anyone or office with regards to your payment.
> We have instructed all bank, government offices previously
> involve of your payment to stop forthwith and you are ask to
> stop conversation with them as well.
> We do have so many persons that there fund is still not
> transferred to them, and due to mix up, a lot of data from
> some files, so you will have to provide your complete data
> to the Consulate. The Nigerian people and government are not
> going to be liable to any money you may lose should you
> defile this Presidential order. It is also very important to
> inform you that anyone informing you that they are in charge
> of your payment outside the United States of America
> Consulate must be doing that to defraud you, so continue
> communication with such person(s) or office(s) is at your
> own peril.
> Here are the contact details of the American Consulate in
> Lagos; you are advised to contact them.
> Mr. Mike Philip
> Debts payment Unit
> United sates Consulate
> No: 2 Walter Carrington crescents, Victoria Island
> Lagos-Nigeria
> Email: mikeusconsul@aol.com
> Do not say that you were not warned to stop further
> communication or contacts with anyone. If you required
> further explanation, do get back to us.
> Yours faithfully
> Mr. Olusegun Adeniyi
> Media Sec. to the President
> Federal Republic of Nigeria
> fgn.nig@sify.com
Mr > From: Mike Philip <mphilip021@gmail.com>
> Subject: Attn
> Date: Sunday, February 22, 2009, 10:24 PM
> Your mail has been received. But kindly fill the attached
> for properly and
> send back to us as an attachement through this email
> address. We do believe
> that by writing you, you have received a letter from the
> Presidency, Federal
> Republic of Nigeria concerning your payment.
> Therefore, fill the form and get it back to us strictly by
> e-mail attachment
> to avoid delays. Meanwhile, I do understand you have been
> warned to stop
> further dealings with whomsoever, and this order must be
> strictly observed.
> Forward whatever contact dealings you may have had in the
> past, or have been
> into now to me. We also want to know if you have spent your
> money to
> scammers in the pursuit of your payment, if yes, then
> forward to us whatever
> evidence of payment you have made previously for us to file
> a suit to
> recover what they have taken from you.
> Mr. Mike Philip

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