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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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Mr
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 09. November 2016 um 11:50 Uhr
Von: " Mr. Aliyu" < aliyu.yahaya101@gmail.com >
An: Recipients < aliyu.yahaya101@gmail.com >
Betreff: Pls, this is to remind you
Budget Office Of the Federation Federal Republic Of Nigeria
Ahmadu Bello Way, P.M.B. 251, Garki, Abuja, Nigeria
Direct:+234-811 244 3834.
Our Ref: FGN/PRE/VP/XNX/2016.

Attn: Please,


Listen, I am contacting you In respect of your overdue payment in Nigeria which has not been released from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for a long time and from my investigations in Central Bank of Nigeria few days ago,I found out that the delay of your payment is from the CBN Governor with his endless upfront fees demanding from you in a dubious way which is against the Law of our International Fund transfer matters.

Now I have seen the difficulties and maltreatment you have been passing through in receiving your payment in Nigeria, then I had a meeting with the NNPC Group Managing Director and the Investigation officer In-charge of International Fund Transfer Matters concerning the release of your payment from the Nigerian Oil Reserve account with CitiBank in Washington DC.

I Personally, decided to call the Nigerian Ambassador in Washington Dc to give Mr.Albert A. Ingamells the CitiBank Head of Credit Unit Department in Washington Dc a sum of $ 100.00 to help you open A Checking Account in CitiBank Washington Dc for immediate release of your approved Part Payment valued $ 10M as I have instructed the the CitiBank Head of Credit Unit Department in Washington Dc to Debit a sum of US$ 10 Million from the Nigerian Oil Reserve account with CitiBank in Washington DC then credit it into your Checking Account with CitiBank as your part payment, so that it will be easy for CitiBank to transfer your Fund from your Checking Account with Citibank to your Nominated Bank Account in your Country.

Please note that with your Checking Account with CitiBank in Washington DC which the Nigerian Ambassador have given them $ 100.00 to open for you, you are going to receive your Payment from the Nigerian Oil Reserve account with CitiBank in Washington DC without any STOP ORDER by any Security Agents in United States because CitiBank will now transfer the $ 10M from your Checking account to your nominated Bank account in your Country and I pray that CitiBank will also provide/issue you A Check Book and ATM Card from your Checking account with Citibank after Crediting your Checking account as I instructed.

Now Mr.Albert A. Ingamells the CitiBank Head of Credit Unit Department in Washington Dc is waiting for you to give him your complete information to enable him set up A Checking Account in your name.

First of all, you are advised to contact Mr.Albert Ingamells the Head of Credit Unit Department of Citibank in Washington DC through his Private email address in bracket ( albertingas@outlook.com ) and let him know that you contacted him through my direction, then he will reply to you from the Citibank official email Domain according to what I heard from him.

Mr.Albert A. Ingamells said upon the receipt of your complete information needed to set up A Checking account in your name that he will not hesitate to open A Checking account in your name and then respond to you through the CitiBank official email Domain to enable the Citibank Auditors to activate your Checking account, then Credit $ 10M into your Checking account to enable you have full access of your Fund with your Check Book and ATM Card from Citibank within 48 Bank working hours.

Please copy his email address very well as it stated above and make sure you do not make any mistake on it



RESPECTFULLY,



Mr.Aliyu Yahaya-Gusau,

DIRECTOR GENERAL,
BUDGET OFFICE OF THE FEDERATION (NIGERIA)
 
     
Miss Young

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