From: Mr.Godwin Emefiele
Central Bank of Nigeria,
Plot 33, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Way
Central Business District,
Abuja, Federal Capital
log in to our Website :
(USE OFFICIAL LINE ONLY) Telephone:+234-7040437923
Official Email Only:email@example.com
This is to confirmed receipt of your email and content well understood and noted.However, there is need we have to educate you more on your payment release and update proceedure.
We have finally agreed today after the board meeting
for ensuring perfect release and delivery of your fund to your respected bank account without any further delay.
So to enable us follow the full process and you must have to follow this directives accordingly and making sure that you stop any further contact you may have with any body in Nigeria an outside Nigeria claiming to have your fund in his or her desk,because we have stop all futher correspondent officies in charge of your payment due to fraudlent activities been detected by our inteligent reports.
You must understood the fact,and there is urgently that you need to come down to Nigeria in person for the proper signing of your final approval clearance order seal.
We must make it very clearly before you now, and to assure you that your fund will be perfectly release to you after the signing process by you to certify perfect release of your fund
and please you must come with two copies of your photpgraph passport for attestation.
I want to assure you here that you are not paying for any upfront charges or fees to receive your overdue payment and with full guarantee i assure you that your fund must be release to you once after the signing exercise and payment verifications approval signed.
Kindly direct all correspondent emails only to official email:firstname.lastname@example.org
for security reasons and to avoid any lickage of fraudlent act.
You can also call us at (OFFICIAL LINE ONLY) Telephone:+234-7040437923
Fraudulent Emails, Identity Theft and Financial Fraud
The Central Bank
of Nigeria is aware that its name and that of some of its staff are being used to validate a range of different forms of fraud, perpetrated against innocent third parties. The identity theft element of these scams can include fraudulent emails, the replication of faxes from the Bank, copies of our website and the creation of a false telephone switchboard. Examples of replica documents and sites have occurred both in Nigeria and elsewhere across the world.
Whilst the Central Bank of Nigeria can take no responsibility for losses arising from such sites, services or documents, we are dedicated to the task of playing our part in reducing identity theft and fraud.
If you have any doubts about the legitimacy of any correspondence purporting to be from the Central Bank of Nigeria please do not hesitate to see our 419 disclaimers If you have received what is obviously a fraudulent email purporting to be from the
Bank, it is important that you do not access any links within it, disclose any personal information or reply to it.
If you find the topic here useful, you should see our discussion forum on 419
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