Oh let's see here. This is a slightly new twist on the Nigerian 419 Delivery Scam. It looks like they're getting desperate, trying to get more people to believe their little scam stories. After all, the one and only reason the scammers send these things out is to scam you out of your money. Otherwise, they wouldn't be scammers. Yet now they're saying you can get your nonexistent "fund" without any delivery or insurance fees! Surely there's got to be a catch, and just as surely enough, there is. You're to pay a "government administrative" fee, as if these guys have anything to do with the Nigerian government. They do not, of course. Send them money, and you will never receive anything in return. That's how it always works, and there are no exceptions whatsoever. There are more FedEx scam samples linked Here, and there are three delivery scam videos linked Here. ABC made a mini-documentary about the Nigerian 419 scam artists; see it Here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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