From: african development bank < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Subject: RE:Notification for Compensation to all fraud/Scam Victims
Date: Thursday, March 3, 2011, 3:53 PM
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
ZARIA STREET, ABUJA
Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/09/09
RE:Notification for Compensation to all fraud/Scam Victims
Compliments! I am pleased to notify you as the new Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria that you are among those fraud/Scam victims to receive a compensation payment of US$7,000.000.00 only.
The Office of the President of Nigeria inaugurated this office to make sure that you are well compensated after our investigations regarding all victims of Scam/fraud in Nigeria. This office has also sent this same letter to your embassy/High commission office in Nigeria confirming our legitimate intentions for communicating with you through e-mail.
However, this payment will be made to you by atm card /master card that are acceptable by the World Bank clearing house.
Please take note of the following instructions:
1) you must call/contact the
financial controller united bank of Africa (Mr. SOLOMON SULEMAN) via telephone No # +234-8074239076 or e-mail him at (email@example.com) for the Certified atm card/master card of US$7,000.000.00 only.
2) The delivery of the certified atm card/master card will be supervised by Mr. SOLOMON SULEMAN and all procedure must be carried out according to the regulations of the official courier company (DHL/FedEx Express).
3) You must fulfill all your obligations as the beneficiary of the compensation fund (US$7,000.000.00) by sending us your address and telephone number for the safe delivery of the Certified atm card/master card to you via DHL or FedEx Express.
4) The delivery of this certified atm card/master card will not exceed the next 72 banking hours starting from the time you reconfirm your contact details.
Finally, contact Mr. Solomon suleman immediately.
Mr. Sanusi Lamido Aminu Sanusi
Governor: Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
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