From: FIRST BANK PLC < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Date: Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 9:51 PM
Subject: Be Informed!!!
|First Bank Head Office
Samuel Asabia House
35 Marina Road,
From the Board of Directors
First Bank Nigeria Plc, We wish to inform you that the New Governor of
Central Bank Nigeria appointed our Bank to take care of all outstanding
contractors/Inheritance part payment worth of FIVE MILLION US DOLLARS
Regards to this new
development, we are advised to contact you because your name was
discovered as next on the list of the outstanding
contractors/Inheritance who have not received their payments due to the
action of some corrupt officials who have been handling this issue
The Federal Government of
Nigeria has instructed us that all outstanding contractors/Inheritance
part payment has to be made through our offshore Bank in London-UK, this
means that you will receive your fund through Bank to Bank transfer to
your account. The reason for using this method is because of the delay
beneficiaries do encounter on the process of receiving their funds
through any Bank here in our country. The Federal Government of Nigeria
find out that the easiest and fastest way in which you will receive your
fund without any protocol from your Government is through one of our
offshore Banks in London-UK.
Please you are advised to
re-confirm the below information to this office if they are inline with
what we have in our file regards to your contract/Inheritance fund:
(1) Your full name...........
(2) Phone and Mobile Number............. (3) Company Name.............
(4) Position and Address............... (5) Profession............. (6)
Age and Marital Status............
We are waiting for your urgent
response regards to this matter and immediately we receive the above
named information; your information will be used to open a new file on
your behalf which shall be submitted to the Bank in London-UK and your
payment will be effected without any more delay.
Mr. Kehinde Lawanson
Executive Director (Corporate Banking)
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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