From: susan brown <email@example.com>
Subject: DEAR YOUR IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT.CONTRACT #:MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/ 2010.
Received: Monday, April 19, 2010, 2:24 AM
|DEAR YOUR IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT.CONTRACT #:MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/ 2010.
ATTN: Dear Contractor
From the records
of outstanding contractors due for payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria, your name and company was discovered as next on the list of the outstanding contractors who have not received their payments.
I wish to inform you that your payment is being processed and will be released to you as soon as you respond to this letter. Also note that from my record in my file your outstanding contract payment is
US$32.7 million dollars (Thirty-two million seven hundred thousand united states dollars).
Please re-confirm to me if this is inline with what we have in your record and also re-confirm to me the followings:
1) Your full name.
2) Phone, fax and mobile #.
3) Company name, position and address.
4) Profession, age and marital status.
5) Scanned copy of int'l passport.
As soon as this
information is received,your payment will be made to you in a certified bank draft or wired to your bank account directly from Central Bank of Nigeria and a copy will be given to you for you to take to your bank and confirm it.
You must call me or email me on my direct number and email address below as soon as you receive this letter for a serious discussion with me and also get back to me in this e-mail box: firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
Direct line: 234-705-688-5747
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