From: paul freeman < email@example.com >
Subject: Please confirm
Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011, 4:05 PM
It is totally against the ethic and civil service code of conduct in accordance with Oath of Office secrecy for me to do this but I want to do this on personal capacity believing you will not betray me but will surely come back to reward me for my sincerity honesty and for my great effort at the successful conclusion of your transaction.
Please confirm if truly the bank has communicated you regarding payment of your over due fund.
However, I wish to inform you that a woman submitted her name claiming to be your local representative, her details and banking particular was among the list certified for payments, see below and confirm the account she submitted for transfer of your fund.
Beneficiary: Ms.Ronnette James
Bank Name: The Commerce Bank
Bank Address: 1072, Richmond av.
Staten Island, New York
Account Number: 4121097896,
I have inquired deeper and come to the conclusion that she and few powerful individuals are behind this dastardly act without due notices to you, As it stands now, you certainly have to convince the International Remittance Dept that you have not been served with required number of direct notices and never instructed the said woman to act on your behalf over this payment.
You are therefore advised to submit your approval, as the bank will certainly not be held responsible for paying into a wrong account, It will serve you well if you would quickly get back to me so that I can issue instruction for re-verification on your payment file, for a direct wire transfer of your fund to you, I shall assist you receive this amount within the stipulated time.
I wait your urgent response so that I can give you further details on the next step.
Director, Foreign Remittance Dept
Central Bank Of Nigeria
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