From: Ms. Rosie Rios < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Sent: Saturday, January 7, 2012 6:02 PM
Subject: Happy New Year From: Rosie Rios
Department of the Treasury
1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20220
From: Rosie Rios (Treasurer)
Re: Intercepted Money Transfer.
Be informed that this Treasury Department of the United States of
America has signed an agreement with the International Monetary Fund
(IMF) that your impending fund from Africa which was intercepted on
transit should be urgently released to you through the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York.
Prior to our confirmation that you are the beneficiary of this impending
fund, we have dispatched our agent to Nigeria for him to assist you
procure an International Fund Attestation Clearance Coverage from the
Nigerian Federal High Court of Justice which will empower the Federal
Reserve Bank to credit your fund into your account without prejudice.
Please, note that this treasury department of the United States of
America does not permit you to make any payment to any lawyer in Nigeria
for security purpose. The only fee which we agreed with both the
Federal Government of Nigeria and the International Monetary Fund is
your Fund Attestation Clearance Fee of US$199.
In addition, you are expected to urgently contact the US Treasury
Department agent in Nigeria-Africa immediately with this below stated
Name: Dr. Mark Azar
Direct E-mail: email@example.com
Note: Dr. Mark Azar will leave Nigeria back to US by the end of next
week. So contact him right away and plead with him to ensure that your
International Fund Attestation Clearance Coverage is urgently obtained
and forwarded to the Reserve
Bank of New York for immediate crediting of your fund into your account.
Congratulations and Happy New Year!
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