||From: Ms. Rita Edward <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 2014-02-18 23:58 GMT+01:00
Subject: RE: THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR PAYMENT
THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR PAYMENT.
This is a true short note about your unpaid fund with the Nigerian
Government, so you need to read very attentively and know why your
fund has not been released to you.
I came across your payment file marked X and your payment released
disk painted RED. I took time to study it and tried to find out why
the funds were not released to you. Those evil governments and Bank
officials can never tell you the truth; instead, they allow you spend
your hard earned money.
I decided to contact you because you need to know the status of your
Funds and cause for the delay and to let you know that the people you
have been dealing with are only deceiving you, they have not been
working anything for you. What they are after is the money you will
send to them.
The Federal Government of Nigeria related payment rule required that
All Forging beneficiaries must secure an Irrevocable Fund Transfer
Permit which will be tendered to our settlement Bank to Credit your
Account via Direct SWIFT Wire Transfer and The only sincere person who
will help you get this document and Release your payment to you is Dr.
Kingsley T. Nwaosu, Director General External debt Management Office.
I can help you claim your funds by directing you to Dr. Kingsley T.
Nwaosu who is the only authorized person that has the legitimate power
to release your entire fund to you.
Once The Irrevocable Fund Transfer Permit is secured, your USD$7,
500,000.00 (SEVEN MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS) and you will
confirm it in your bank account within 72 HOURS. That is if you are
ready and willing to follow without hesitation all his instructions.
Do get back to me ASAP if you are still interested in claiming your
fund so that I can give you further direction and contact of Dr.
Kingsley T. Nwaosu.
Note: For security reason contact me directly from my personal email
Ms. Rita Edward
Secretary to the Governor Central Bank of Nigeria.
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