|| From: "Paul S. Coates" <P.S.Coates@uel.ac.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 10:30 AM
Subject: PAYMENT (Respond Back To Us Via firstname.lastname@example.org)
> How are you today?
> The below payment has been awarded to you by the
> Nigeria Government/World Bank to compensate you on the past experience had
> with the Nigeria scammers.
> I write to inform you that we have already sent you $10,000.00 through
> Western Union as we have been given the mandate to transfer your full
> compensation payment total sum of $250,000.00 via Western Union by the
> I have on a good authority email you the MTCN and sender's details to
> enable you pick up the first $10,000.00,USD and confirm receipt to us so
> as to enable us wire the next USD10,000.00 by tomorrow and subsequent ones
> since we can only send USD10,000.00 a day.
> Please pick up this information and get to any western union in your
> country to pick up the $10,000.00 and email the Western Union outlets
> incharge of the payment so that they could send you another payment
> Western Union contact information:
> Manager: Mr. Paul Ben
> Email: email@example.com
> Call or Email them once you picked up the $10,000.00 today, if there is
> any problem with them paying you make sure to contact this Western outlet
> with the information given to you above.
> Below is the western union information for pick up:
> MTCN: 017-591-6070
> Sender's Name: Micheal Wells
> Question: Colour
> Answer: Pink
> Amount: $10,000.00
> They will be expecting your call once you pick up $10,000.00.
> Paul Coates
> WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER
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