> From: United Nations <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Contact Mr. Jim Ovia immediately for your Draft of $250,000,00
> Date: Friday, February 12, 2010, 11:25 AM
> ZENITH BANK COMPENSATION UNIT, IN AFFILIATION WITH THE
> UNITED NATIONS.
> How are you doing today? Hope all is well with you and
> family? You may not understand why this mail came to you. We
> have been having a meeting for the past four months which
> ended three days ago with the former secretary to the UNITED
> NATIONS in the person of Mr. Kofi Anna.
> This email is to all the people that have been scammed or
> extorted money from because of your contract payment
> execution in any part of the world, the UNITED NATIONS have
> agreed to compensate them with the sum of US$250,000.00 This
> includes every foreign contractors that may have not
> received their contract sum, and people that have had an
> unfinished transaction or international businesses that
> failed due to Government problems or irregularities etc.
> We found your name in our list and that is why we are
> contacting you, these have been agreed upon and have been
> signed by the United Nations Board of Directors and
> You have to contact Mr. Jim Ovia, our payment agent in West
> Africa, as he is our UNITED NATIONS representative in West
> Africa, contact him immediately for your International Bank
> Draft of US$250,000.00 This funds are in a Bank Draft for
> security purpose. He will send it to you and you can clear
> it in any bank of your choice.
> Therefore, you should send him your full Names and
> telephone numbers/your correct mailing address where you
> want him to send the Draft to you and tell him your file
> Reference below CR ALERT 77611
> Contact Mr. Jim Ovia immediately for your Draft
> Person to Contact: Mr. Jim Ovia
> Direct Line:+234-803-335-3383
> Give him your file CR ALERT 77611 and you are free to
> contact him via telephone number which he will provide to
> you upon the receipt of your email.
> Thanks and God bless you and your family. Hoping to hear
> from you as soon as you cash your Bank Draft.
> Dr. Ban Ki-Moon.
> UN SECRETARY GENERAL
> (UNITED NATIONS)
||> From: Jim Ovia <email@example.com>
> Subject: HERE ARE MY FINDINGS
> Date: Saturday, February 13, 2010, 6:53 PM
> Zenith Bank Plc
> Plot 84 Ajose Adeogun Street
> Victoria Island, Lagos
> Tel :+234-803-335-3383
> Tel: +234-702-534-0579
> I have made the necessary findings from different courier
> companies here for the dispatch of your International Bank
> Draft worth $250,000.00
> Just in case you prefer your Draft to be deposited into
> your bank account, the bank said that you will need to send
> a cash transfer fees of USD$ 1,150 as your account is an
> international account and outside this country, Meanwhile
> below is the cost of sending your Draft through any of these
> express courier services from here to your country.
> HERE ARE MY FINDINGS
> DHL delivery services: US$ 160.00� -��3 days to Deliver
> UPS� delivery services:: US$ 130.00� -��5 days to
> It is pertinent to note that this payment is not negotiable
> so select any of your affordable fees and send it through
> Western Union Money Transfer with this name stated below.
> RECEIVER NAME :�� VICTOR OZOENE
> ADDRESS:� LAGOS-NIGERIA
> TEST QUESTION :�� WHAT FOR
> TEST ANSWER :��� GOOD
> Your money has been bonded and we do not have any power or
> right to deduct any fees from your money therefore you are
> requested to send the necessary fees to enable me send your
> Bank Draft immediately and then you cash it from any bank of
> your choice. You also have to email us the ten digits MTCN
> numbers and the sender's name after sending the fees for
> easy pick up
> Meanwhile� if you have chosen that we wire the Draft to
> your account you will have to send the transfer charges of
> USD$ 1,150 as stated above, including your valid banking
> details and the bank has assured that the funds will be in
> your account within 30 minutes after the transfer fees of
> US$1,150 is received here. Make your choice asap and get
> back to us.
> My regards to your family.
> Remain bless.
> Jim Ovia
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