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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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Sent: Monday, June 10, 2013 8:41 PM
Subject: This letter is written to you in order to change your life from today
MR JOHN ABOH
FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
35 Marina P. O. Box 5216,
LAGOS- NIGERIA.


DEAR :Sir/Madam,

This letter is written to you in order to change your life from today. I
am Mr. John Aboh the Director, International Remittance Department of this
Bank, my Boss, Mr. Jacobs M. Ajekigbe, the Managing Director/CEO of this
bank is now on compulsory leave and all power have been vested on me to
make all international payments.


Also, due to reported cases of corrupt practices in other Nigeria Banks
including the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Federal Government has
revoked/cancelled all power vested on those banks and has appointed our
bank (First Bank of Nigeria) to make all foreign payments.


Be informed that the Federal Government have approved the release of
part-payment of$7.5M(Seven Millon Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) out of
your total funds, which has been in this bank for many years unclaimed
because my boss Mr. Jacobs Ajekigbe, collaboration with the Governor of
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) have refused to tell you the truth on how to
claim your fund this is because he has been using the interest accumulated
from your fund every year to enrich himself without your knowledge.


I want to help you pull out this fund to your bank account using the
easiest and the quickest method, which have not been made known to you
before. By this method, you will open a domiciliary account with this bank
(First Bank of Nigeria), your fund would be lodged into this domiciliary
account and your fund will be paid in directly to any bank of your choice.
After the transfer, you will confirm the fund in your bank account within
5hours the same day. No Cost of Transfer (COT) and no stoppage from any
Government departments as the transfer will be done within the bank alone
and it is very safe.


The method which was introduced to you before is the Telegraphic Transfer
(TT) for which confirmation was 48hrs, because of the time factor,
petitions could come from various organizations stopping your payment and
asking you to pay huge fee which would be difficult for you to pay so that
they can benefit from the huge interest your fund generates while still in
the Bank.

This method is not safe for you because it is not done within the bank
alone as information of the payment would be sent to the Central Control
Unit (CCU) of the Federal Ministry of Finance and office of the Accountant
General of the Federation.


As a good Christian, I have nothing to gain by keeping your fund, I want
to assist you receive your fund before my boss resumes office. You have to
follow up and work with me now, so keep this very confidential because of
fraudsters and impostors who go about presenting various bank accounts in
order to divert another beneficiary's fund.


your present/valid account co-ordinates and amount to be claimed so that I
do not transfer your fund to the wrong Bank Account

Awaiting your quick response.

Yours truly,
Mr. John Aboh
 
Mr
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 1:38 AM
Subject: Re: FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
MR JOHN ABOH
FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
35 Marina P. O. Box 5216,
LAGOS- NIGERIA.



I have received your mail back to me and its also noted in our mailing records,i have all your banking details now and i am working on it.The problem now is that our bank cant grant you the possible amount of opening a a domiciliary account with our bank.

The Federal Government have approved the release of part-payment of$7.5M(Seven Millon Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) out of your total funds, which has been in this bank for many years unclaimed.

I want to help you pull out this fund to your bank account using the easiest and the quickest method, which have not been made known to you before. By this method, you will open a domiciliary account with our bank (First Bank of Nigeria), your fund would be lodged into this domiciliary account and your fund will be paid in directly into your bank account. After the transfer, you will confirm the fund in your bank account within 5hours the same day. No Cost of Transfer (COT) with also all the document will be sent to your home address after the transfer and no stoppage from any Government departments as the transfer will be done within the bank alone and it is very safe.

Now for you to enable receive your part-payment of $7.5M(Seven Millon Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) you need to open a domiciliary account,which will cost you $350 dollars to open the domiciliary account in our bank,after that you will receive your part-payment of $7.5M into your bank account without stoppage from any Government departments as the transfer will be done within the bank alone.

Due to the law of the banks here in federal government of Nigeria,the government has given us the order to make sure we transfer each of the beneficiary in full amount to each of you all.,so that means we cant take any money from your fund here with our bank or our bank will have a problem with the government order,,that means you have to try all your best to get the $350 dollars to open a new domiciliary account in with our bank to enable you get your money into your bank account,not to allow this money go back to the government,i will advance you to be serious with this matter,you know this money is a very good amount that can help you.

Awaiting your quick response.

Yours truly,
Mr. John Aboh
+8172581489


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