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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: "The Federal Ministry of Finance"<alexkuta@fmf.gov.ng>
Subject: Letter from Telex K.T.T Dept
Date: Fri 22 Oct 2010 23 22 40 0100

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR TELEX/K.T.T DEPT, (C.B.N)
TINUBU SQUARE, LAGOS- NIGERIA.
Our Ref: CBN/OHG/OXD1/2010
TELEX: CBNBANK.
PAYMENT FILE: FGN/CBN/NNPC/PED/DTX13/10.


Attn: Beneficiary

IMMEDIATE PAYMENT NOTIFICATION BENEFICIARY.

Definitely, I know that this letter will be a surprising one to you. Firstly, I will like to introduce myself formally as Dr. Alex B. Kuta, the Director Telex/K.T.T Dept of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). You are been officially contacted by me today because your Inheritance Funds were Re-deposited into the 'Federal Suspense Account' of CBN last week, because you did not forward your claim as the right beneficiary. Well known to all, The Central Bank of Nigeria is the mother Bank of all commercial Banks here in Nigeria. Really these men were unexpected by me because their visit was imprompt. I had to ask them why they came to see me in person and they said that they were here to collect the Inheritance Bill Sum of USD$ 20,000,000 (Twenty Million United States Dollars) which rightfully belongs to you on your Behalf.

At this development, I asked them who authorized them to come down to Nigeria for the collection of this payment and they told me that you asked them to come and collect this funds on your Behalf. Infact this was the biggest shock that this Apex bank have ever received so far because your Inheritance Funds is still in the 'Federal Suspense Account' of CBN, yet you sent these men to come and collect this Funds on your behalf without notifying us. We in this bank do not understand why you sent these men to come and Collect your funds on your behalf. If actually you want them to help you collect your Inheritance Bill Sum, at least you should have informed me as the director telex dept. They actually tendered some Vital Documents which proved that you actually sent them for the collection of this funds. Honestly, it really baffles me that you took such decision without my consent. Here are the Document which they tendered to this bank today:


1. LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION.

2. HIGH COURT INJUCTION.

3. ORDER TO RELEASE.

Actually, these documents which they tendered to this noble bank is a clear proof that you sent them to collect this funds for you. Finally, I told them to come back tomorrow morning and they promised to come back. As the Director Telex/K.T.T Dept of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), I was supposed to release this fund to them but I refused to do so because I wanted to hear from you first. Due to the nature of my job, I will not want to make any mistake in releasing this funds to anyone except you whom is the recognized bonafide beneficiary to this funds. Kindly re-confirm to this office your full legal names, Address and mobile telephone number and also clarify us on this issue before we make this payment to these foreigners whom came on your behalf. In receipt of this confidential letter, you are required to get back to me through our private email address for security purpose : telex@cbnintegratedpaymentdept.com .Anticipating your prompt response and thanks for your under
standing.

Yours faithfully,

Dr. Alex B. Kuta,
Director Telex/K.T.T Dept,(C.B.N)
 
     

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