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: United Nations Assisted Program <anthony_moore@o2.pl>
> Subject: Your Payment.
> To: anthony_moore@o2.pl
> Received: Thursday, June 18, 2009, 2:47 PM
> United Nations Assisted Program
> Directorate of International Payment
> United Nations Liaison Office - Africa
> Fund Beneficiary,
> This email is to notify you about the release of your
> outstanding payment which is truly $4.7 million. The Federal
> Government scheduled a time frame to settle all foreign
> debts which includes Contract/Inheritance/Gambling/ Lottery
> (Sponsored by Microsoft and UK National Lottery) and other
> international loans. News had it that over the past,
> numerous individual(s) who happen to be impostors (claiming
> to be individuals, banks and organizations) are claiming to
> release numerous sums of fund via numerous ways.
> You have two options to receive your payment which is
> either a Pin Based ATM card,� Check/Bank Draft.
> You are advised to select one out of the two options on how
> you wish to receive your $4.7 million. Your ATM card or
> Check/Bank Draft will be shipped via FedEx Shipping Company
> and would get to you within 2 to 3 working days at most.
> The actual fees for shipping your ATM card or Check/Bank
> Draft is $125.99 but because FedEx have temporarily
> discounted the C.O.D which gives you the chance to pay
> $96.99 for your package to be delivered to you for
> international shipping as stated on their website:
> http://fedex.com/us/international/irc/profiles/irc_ng_profile.html?gtmcc=us#C10�
> We had to sign contract with them for bulk shipping which
> makes the fees reduce from the actual $125.99 to $96.99
> nothing more and no hidden fees of any sort!
> You are advised to contact the dispatch officer responsible
> for the shipping of your ATM card or Check/Bank Draft with
> the following information below for shipping of your
> preferred payment method.
> Dispatch Officer: Fayad Thambo
> Email: fayad.thambo001@sify.com
> And kindly provide him with the following information:
> Your full Name:...
> Your Address:...
> Country:.......
> Home/Cell Phone:....
> Preferred Payment Method:ATM card or Check/Bank Draft.
> The dispatch officer will provide you with instructions on
> how you are to make payment of the $96.99 only for the
> shipping of your ATM card or Check/Bank Draft. Remember that
> you are not paying any fees extra no matter what. Once again
> note that the actual Fedex Retail Price is: $125.99 Your
> Price (Because of our contract signed): $96.99 ($29.00
> Savings!).
> Remember that you are not paying any fees extra.
> �
> Respectfully,
> Amb. Anthony Moore
> UN Envoy (African Region)


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