On Friday, October 24, 2014 5:38 PM, mark maxwell < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
I wish to
bring to your notice that the Federal Government of Nigeria, has
approved your payment at this last Quarter payment of the year
2014,after series of Executive meetings with the Federal Ministry of
Finance,the Senate Committee on contract Review and the Board Members of
the Central Bank of Nigeria.
We are very pleased to contact you
for your payment as this Present Government is poised to making sure all
outstanding beneficiaries funds are remitted to them in order to uphold
the image of this country in International Community.Also it is wise to
bring to your notice that your file is found plaudits and will be
payment as we heard from you.
discovered that some officials at the Central Bank of Nigeria,have tried
in the past to pay you in Cash,through Diplomatic means to your Country
but failed to deliver because they were interested in their selfish
interest and deviated from the procedures of delivery movement which
attracted a massive sack on them.The facts
are on your record
here.Therefore,the Federal Government of Nigeria,has decided that all
payments should be processed and remitted through bank to bank wire
transfers to the beneficiaries.
In this regard,you should go
ahead and reconfirm to this office the requirements below so that we can
process your payment and make remittances at once.
1.Your Full Names
2.Your Bank account details
3.Your Home and office Addresses
4.A copy of your International Passport
5.Your Direct Telephone no
I shall process your payment and advise on the remittance date as soon as we heard from you.
the Federal Government of Nigeria will not be held responsible for any
further lose you may encounter in the hands any officials that may
contact you as you have been warned. .
Kindly call me on my
direct telephone no.+234-8104282007 so that we can have a chat over this
issue as I advise you on what to do for your payment.
Director Key Tested And Telegraphic Wire Transfers
Central Bank of Nigeria.
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