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: Stella Thomas <reward@compensation.org>
> Subject: Your Certified Bank Draft
> To:
> Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2009, 6:32 PM
> Hello Sir/Madam,
> How are you today? I hope this email meets you in a perfect
> condition. I am using this opportunity to thank you for your
> great effort to our unfinished transaction and transfer of
> the international bank draft Check to you from the bank, am
> sorry for presenting and using someone else in your name to
> get this transaction successful. Due to logistic reasons and
> your inconsistence to the other best known to you. Right
> now, I want to inform you that I have successfully cleared
> the bank draft Check funds through someone else account who
> was capable of assisting me in this great venture that have
> been over and successful.
> Due to your effort, sincerity, courage and trustworthiness
> you showed at the course of the transaction I want to
> compensate you and show my gratitude to you with the sum of
> $1,500,000 (One Million Five Hundred Thousand United State
> of America Dollars). I have authorized Mr. James Douglas
> where I deposited the money with to issue you international
> certified bank draft, cashable Check at your bank or any
> where as choice felt. My dear friend I will like you to
> contact Mr. James Douglas for the collection of this
> international certified bank draft. His name and contact
> address is as follows:
> Mr. James Douglas
> Email: jdoug1@live.com
> Phone Num: +23470-3533-6938
> Contact Mr. James Douglas, at the moment I’m very busy
> here in the United Kingdom because of the investment
> projects which myself and my new partner are having at hand
> in London. Finally remember that I have forwarded
> instructions to Mr. James Douglas on your behalf to send the
> bank draft Check of $1,500,000 (One Million Five Hundred
> Thousand United State Of America Dollars) to you as soon as
> you contact him without delay. Please I will like you to
> accept this token with good faith as this is from the bottom
> of my heart.
> Thanks God bless you and your family. Hope to hear from you
> soon as soon as you've getting my compensation and please do
> not get angry because that is what I have for now till I
> finish my project.
> Best Regards,
> Stella Thomas.

Mr > From: James Douglas <jdoug1@yandex.com>
> Subject: Receivers Information
> To: rivermikerat@yahoo.com
> Date: Thursday, August 20, 2009, 10:11 PM
> I am Mr. James Douglas and I thank you for your quick
> response. I will be handling the procedures of your
> compensated funds as instructed by my boss Mrs. Stella
> Thomas, I will like to inform you that your certified bank
> draft will be sent to you through a FedEx representative
> here in my office and as the beneficiary, you are to settle
> for the cost of delivery which is the sum of $220 USD. (Two
> Hundred And twenty United States Dollars).
> To avoid further delays with your transaction you are
> advice to fill in the receiver's information below after
> which a payment instruction along with your delivery details
> will be sent to you which will include a tracking number to
> monitor your parcel and also a payment receipt of $220 USD
> after the confirmation of your payment.
> Receivers Full Name:
> Receivers Contact Address (State, City, and Zip code):
> Receivers Reachable Phone Number:
> Do fill in the above information to enable us proceed
> further with your delivery.
> I will wait to hear from you.
> Thank you and God Bless.
> Mr. James Douglas
> Tel: +23470-3533-6938
Mr > > > From: James Douglas
> > > Subject: Good Day
> > > Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009, 11:32 AM
> > >
> > > I understand what you are talking about but is
> not how it
> > > is. Find below the breakdown of the fees;
> > >
> > > FedEx Courier Service Charge:.........$80.00
> > > Customs Duty Stamp:...................$40.00
> > > Insurance fee: .......................$100.00
> > > Total:................................$220.00
> > >
> > > So delivery only cost $80. So get back to me with
> your
> > > delivery information after which i will instruct
> you on how
> > > send the fee to the FedEx agent incharge.
> > >
> > > Delivery commence immediatly after payment is
> confirmed.
> > >
> > > Sincerely,
> > > James Douglas.
Mr > From: James Douglas <jdoug1@yandex.com>
> Subject: Urgent
> Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009, 11:46 AM
> Your email is noted, I am assuring that this your Check is
> Legitimate and legal, Feel free, I am a Christian and my
> position at my working place,whatever I am doing must be
> legit. This is not a joke, don't allow any person to confuse
> you at all.
> Remember that money cannot be deducted from a Check written
> on your name. All you have to do right now is to send the
> delivery charge in time as I had advised you to enable the
> Courier Company deliver your Check to you at your door
> step.
> Feel free, do not be skeptical in any regards to this your
> Check.
> So,i have decided to assist you in this regard by helping
> you pay $100 USD while you pay the remaining balance of $120
> USD. After you have receive and cleare the Check i will
> instruct you on how to send mine back to me okay.
> I await your swift your response.
> Thank you and God Bless.
> Mr. James Douglas.
Mr > From: James Douglas <jdoug1@yandex.com>
> Subject: Letter of Decline
> Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009, 12:23 PM
> This is to inform you that due to your inability to adhere
> completely to the shipment of the International Certified
> Check kept in my possession by my Boss, Mrs. Stella Thomas
> who incidentally traveled leaving  instructions for the
> shipment of the Check when you eventually contact without
> any payment to FedEx for delivery, you are hereby advise to
> send a letter of decline to me stating the reasons why you
> have decided to decline or discontinue with the shipping
> process as demanded by FedEx for proper documentation prior
> to the arrival of my boss to enable me justify my reasons on
> why the shipment of your Check by the FedEx service was not
> a success.
> A copy of this letter will be sent to Mrs. Stella Thomas's
> attorney, to protect me from facing legal actions in future
> concerning the shipment of your Check to you.
> Thanks for your anticipated cooperation,
> Name of
> Beneficiary................................................
> Reason(s) Of DECLINE.....................................
> Date .....................................................
> Signature
> .................................................
> Thank you and God Bless.
> Sincerely,
> Mr. James Douglas.

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