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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: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Thu, May 20, 2010 6:21:43 PM
Subject: PRESS RELEASE. 20th May, 2010

Federal Republic of Nigeria

Ministry of Finance

Abuja, Nigeria

PRESS RELEASE. 20th May, 2010.

FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA

Dear Sir,

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email with your account information for the transfer of your over due contractfund amounting to US$20million for contract number nnpc/ped/fmf/wr-ph/2000.

We have concluded with the processing of your payment file and the transfer of this fund is scheduled for Tuesday 25th May 2010.

In the meantime, you are urgently requested to forward to this office through email attachment a copy of your Contract Completion Certificate as it is missing from your fileand a copy of your id card. Unless you provide this certificate andyour id cardcopy, the transfer will not take place and cannot take place till when you provide the certificate and a copy of your id card.If the NNPC have not issued you the Contract Completion Certificate yet then you have to contact any person you know and trust here to get the certificate for you so that you can forward it to this office with your id card for the transfer of your fund. If you do not have a partner here who can help you and you do not know any person here,get back to me let me direct you how to get the certificate.

There is no charge or fee that you are required to pay prior to the transfer of this fund to your account. The only thing that is required from you is the certificate and the copy of your id card. That is all. For further information, please call me on phone number +234-8137176442.

Yours faithfully,

Olusegun Aganga

Minister of Finance,

Abuja, Nigeria.

olusegunaganga@hotmail.com

Olusegun Aganga
Mr
From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Fri, May 21, 2010 4:29:19 AM
Subject: Updates.

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ministry of Finance
Abuja, Nigeria

21st May, 2010.

FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA

Dear Sir,

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email regarding the payment of your US$20million contract fund for contract number nnpc/ped/fmf/wr-ph/2000.

As I told you in my email to you yesterday, we have already scheduled the transfer of this fund to your account onTuesday 25th May 2010. You have to make sure you send the certificate to this office not later than 12noon 25th May. It is not my duty to get the certificate for you. I am not your partner and I have no time to follow it up.
The only thing I can do for you is this; if you do not have any person here who can help secure the certificate, I can direct you to the NNPC director in charge of contract but I cannot carry the responsibility to securing the certificate for you. It is not part of my official assignment. I believe you suppose to know somebody right there in NNPC where your executed the contract, who can help you get your contract completion certificate if you cannot come here in person to get it but if you do not have any person or know any person there, I can give you the contact information of the director in charge of contractsand you contact the person yourself.
Once you provide this certificate your fund will be transferred without you paying a single cent. For further information, please call me on phone number +234-8137176442.

Yours faithfully,
Olusegun Aganga
Minister of Finance,
Abuja, Nigeria.
olusegunaganga@hotmail.com
 
Mr
From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Fri, May 21, 2010 9:50:07 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ministry of Finance
Abuja, Nigeria

21st May, 2010.

FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA

Dear Sir,

I suppose you must have copies of the documents you submitted so you can check in your file and send us the copy of the requested certificate. Nobody removed the certificate from your file. I am not sure it was ever submitted. The only solution to this is for you to apply for the issuance of this certificate to you.
It is not my duty to secure the certificate for you but I will if you provide the neccessary for the issuance of the certificate, otherwise, you have to come here in person and secure the certificate. All I need from you is this certificate and your fund will be transferred to your account without you paying any fee or charge.
I want you to understand most sincerely, that once you secure this certificate you will not pay any fee or charge whatsoever, but no matter how much you spent without this certificate, you cannot and will never receive the fund.

Yours faithfully,
Olusegun Aganga
Minister of Finance,
Abuja, Nigeria.
olusegunaganga@hotmail.com
 
Mr
From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Fri, May 21, 2010 11:57:55 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ministry of Finance
Abuja, Nigeria

21st May, 2010.

FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA

Dear Sir,

I have received your email. I have told you what is lacking from your payment file. How can you send documents out without keeping a copy. When you are ready to receive your fund, then you should try and get the copy of the certificate to this office. This does not require any arqurement or exchange of emails.

Yours faithfully,
Olusegun Aganga
Minister of Finance,
Abuja, Nigeria.
olusegunaganga@hotmail.com
 
Mr From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2010 4:03:33 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

I have nothing to loose if your fund is not paid. I am not asking you for even 1 dollar. I have requested for what is required officially. If you cannot provide the required certificate, and chose to be dealing with imposters who are demanding money from you, it is your business.
 
Mr
From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Mon, May 24, 2010 3:04:45 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

with due respect, I have told you what is missing from your file and if you cannot get it and send to me, I will drop your payment file. It is not my duty to go to any office to look for a document that is not in your file. I presume you have a partner here who can help you get the certificate. I am not asking you to send me any money. So what is your problem? You do not want me to follow the due process? Sorry, if you do not send the certificate as requested, I will drop your payment file.
Thank you,
Olusegun Aganga.
Minister of Finance.
 
Mr From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Mon, May 24, 2010 10:21:55 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ministry of Finance
Abuja, Nigeria
24thMay, 2010.
FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA
Dear Sir,
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email.
The contract number is nnpc/ped/fmf/wr-ph/2000
The name of the director in charge of contract in NNPC is Dr.Levy Ajonuma
His phone number is +234 8062156990. You can call or send him sms or text to his phone.
I wait to hear from you with the copy of the certificate.
Yours faithfully,
Olusegun Aganga
Minister of Finance, Abuja, Nigeria.
 
Mr From: FMF Ngr <fmfngr1@gmail.com>
Sent: Tue, May 25, 2010 9:52:33 AM
Subject: Re: Updates.

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ministry of Finance
Abuja, Nigeria
25thMay, 2010.
FILE REFERENCE NO: FGN/FMF/DMB/205410AA
Dear Sir,
I hope you receive the email I sent to you yesterday with the contact information of the person in charge of the issuance of the certificates. If you have not yet called him on the phone or you wish to send him email below is his email address
The contract number is nnpc/ped/fmf/wr-ph/2000
His Name is Dr.Levy Ajonuma
His phone number is +234 8062156990. You can call or send him sms or text to his phone.
I wait to hear from you with the copy of the certificate.
Yours faithfully,
Olusegun Aganga
Minister of Finance, Abuja, Nigeria.
 
     

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