Miss Young

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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În Marţi, 31 Martie 2015 21:39:08, Alhaji Ahmed Abu < lukeabuchairman@gmail.com > a scris:

FROM THE DESK OF: Alhaji Ahmed Abu




This is to bring to your notice that the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has resolved to take charge of the payment of their contractors upon themselves. This was as a result of disappointment and fraudulent attitude discovered from some illicit individuals and officials in Nigeria and Overseas (Offshore). In this regard, we hereby present to you the list of various offices, agencies, ministries, parastatals and personalities that have been used and abused by the numerous corrupt officials and impersonators to extort money illegally from our contractors in pretence as the officials to release their contract payment.

Fernando York, an employee of Deutsche Bank and a Spanish citizen

Ambassador Jose Pedro

1. Governor/Deputy Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

2. Director of International/Foreign Remittance

3. Telex/Cable Department of CBN

4. Legal Department of CBN

5. Attorney General of the Federation

6. Correspondence Bank of CBN Overseas

7. Foreign Payment Committee/Panel CBN

8. Accountant General of the Federation

9. Contract Review/Conversion/Debt/Reconciliation Panels

10. Various Panels/Committee on Contract Payment with various names of fake military officials and civilians.

11. Various fake letters from, Senates, Central Bank of Nigeria

12. World Bank Auditors, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

13. Various correspondents, Pay-point officials and various safe deposit security companies.

14. Presidential Task Force (PTF)

15. Ministry of Finance

16. Ministry of Justice

17. Board of Inland Revenue

18. National Insurance Corporation of Nigeria (NICON) etc.

You are cautioned to stop further transaction with the above listed until you obtain FINAL CLEARANCE from this office (NNPC) also you could fall victim to the gang of the fraudsters here or be exploited by the several corrupt Nigeria officials home and abroad. In a swift crusade towards the enforcement of your contract debt, the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation has been authorized by the Senate and President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to take charge of payment of all NNPC and Petroleum Trust Fund (PTF) contractors through the 30% fund generated from the corporation proceeds. This is contained in the officials gazette recently released by the President. In this regards all modalities have put in place for the immediate release of your contract payment.

You are therefore, as a matter of urgency required to contact this office with your proof of bonafide beneficiary for your payment.

Yours, faithfully,

Alhaji Ahmed Abu

NNPC Anti Fraud Unit/Financial Controller

Miss Young

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