From: OFFICE OF THE SENATE HOUSE < email@example.com >
Subject: Urgent Payment Of Unpaid Funds!
Date: Monday, August 15, 2011, 11:06 AM
OFFICE OF THE SENATE HOUSE
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN PAYMENT
(RESOLUTIONPANEL ON CONTRACT PAYMENT)
Our Ref: FGN /SNT/STB Your ref:
In regards to your fund transfer, the entire members of the federal house of
senate has approved the above documents in your name to enable us concluded
this final stage of your transfer in next 7 working day from today you
received this message the federal contractors identification card, clearance
documents and remittance form from Afribank Bank Plc, which will be filled,
and return by you. We the entire members of the house has finalized on our
last meeting with the head of state and placed this decision of all this
transferring Documents as $110 (hundred and ten dollars) only, which you have
to send now so that the GNAB will be issued to you. Also be informed that the
board has met today and endorse the transfer, the process has began, as this
decisions has been placed with all the top government officials involved on
the transfer including the bank directors. How much is your claim? Is it a
contract, an inheritance or lottery? What is your Postal Address and Telephone
numbers? What bank account Details do you want your money to be transferred
to? Respond to this mail immediately and provide us with the requirements.
Have you sit down and ask your self one question .Why is it that i have all
these Documentations and yet i have not received my funds? I will not in any
way violate any United States Law in trying to finish this project and that is
why we must follow the due process.
to note carefully that the contents of the article of law established
under the Bank of Nigeria foreign transfer of page 67, cap 10 under paragraph
6, which state clearly that under no circumstance will a huge amount above $1m
be remitted to overseas account without GNAB. And such fund will be disbursed
into government account as seize fund. This was the main reason why the fund
has not gotten to your bank for many years.
Therefore the bank board and other top officials are demanding for these
government non assessment bonds (GNAB) belonging to our client which is you
otherwise there will be a problem, meanwhile the house has promised them that
the gnab will be forwarded by our client Which is necessary for record
purposes. We the entire members of the house of senate are using this urgent
medium to advise you to make payment of your GNAB fee of $110 without any
further delay. Be rest assured that our
appointment to handle and take care of
the movement of the fund will not be in vain as we are giving you 100%
guarantee to deliver the work as soon as your western union information reach
us at our house email addresses it is not less than 24hours that the order was
Note that your fund will be free to move from the bank without any delay if
you get the governments non assessment bonds (GNAB) which is $110 only to make
sure that no government monitor or agent can access the fund during the
delivery remittance. You have to get the GNAB written on your name and stamped
before the fund credit to your bank account. This was why we have not approved
or sign off the bonds of your transfer registry today as the bank insists on
the GNAB. Based on these explanations, you are hereby advised to send payment
information of $110 through our direct email address before 7 working days is
over as the
closing date placed.
This GNAB will show that the transaction was made through the full capacity of
the government and will not be queried for certain circumstance. Use the
information bellow for the payment of the $110 GNAB requirements:
Receiver name: Samuel Nlewedim
Location: Lagos- Nigeria .
Text question- -gnab,
Answer- - final
MTC Number- - -
Bear in mind that this is the final stage of this transfer.
As soon as this is done, it will take only 24hours for the fund to be credited
in your designated bank account, you will be contacted by your Bank herself.
YOUR PAYMENT AGENT,
Dr. DAVID MARK
(Federal Republic of Nigeria)
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