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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: Chiedu Amaka <alterna4@web18.justhost.com>
> Subject: Attn: BENEFICIARY(2009)
> To:
> Received: Friday, May 8, 2009, 3:19 AM
> DATE: 2009-05-04
>
>
> Attn: BENEFICIARY
>
> Be informed that all the fees you are supposed to pay
> before receiving
>
> your
> contract/inheritance fund have been waived off. only for
> your
>
> processing fee
> and he will transfer your contract/Inheritance fund to you
> immediately.
>
> No other charges except the processing fee.
>
> Your PASSCODE is: 999-035-2655 (Fund Transfer confirmation
> same day).
>
> You
> have no other payment to make except the processing fee.
> Your Payment
>
> Of ($15.5
> Million) in addition with your accumulated interest will be
> through
>
> Electronic
> Telegraphic Transfer. This is newly introduced system of
> payment by
>
> the
> Union Bank of Nigeria to avoid experiences of incessant
> fraud, illegal
> extortion of money from beneficiaries and to enhance
> transparency.
>
>
> WHEN YOUR FUNDS ARE TRANSMITTED, THE MANAGEMENT WILL INFORM
> YOU, AND
>
> YOU APPLY
> THE PASSCODE AS DIRECTED AND INSTANTLY, YOUR ACCOUNT WILL
> BE CREDITED
>
> AND YOU
> MOVE TO YOUR BANK TO CONFIRM YOUR FUND. You will only
> apply the
>
> passcode
> when you have paid your processing fee because for now, it
> is still
>
> invalid
> until your fund is transmitted.
>
> Here is the processing fee payment information below.
>
>
> Name: TINA OMOLPARE
> Text Question: GOOD
> Text Answer: OK
> Country:Lagos/ Nigeria
> Amount: $70
>
>
> You have to go immediately and make the payment before your
> passcode
>
> will be
> activated and your fund transferred.
> You can try the guideline as instance: *
>
> With your digital phone dial our bank access code followed
> by, then
>
> enter your
> Account number followed by #, at a voice prompt enter your
> passcode and
>
> # and
> you will be credited. (This will be when your fund has
> been
>
> transmitted).
> Any other contact or payment you make apart from the
> processing fee is
>
> to
> anybody or office is at your own risk. Then your email
> subject must
>
> have this
> code for security reasons "In God We Trust?, any email
> that does not
>
> come with
> it as the subject is not from central bank and guard this
> code
>
> jealously.
>
> Be informed that so many unauthorized individuals do parade
> themselves
>
> as our
> officials and impose bogus bills on our beneficiaries with
> their
>
> syndicates
> home and abroad. Take precautionary measure henceforth,
> you have
>
> been
> notified, and once we find out that you are one of the
> people that
>
> involve
> themselves with these unauthorized individuals, tarnishing
> the image of
>
> this
> great country we will immediately report you to the
> authorities (F.B.I)
>
> because
> we are trying our best to restore the image of this great
> country.
>
>
> Yours faithfully,
> Mr.Amaka chiedu
> ACCOUNTANT GENERAL

 
     

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