Greetings to you. My name is Kenneth Roberts. I work with Standard Chartered Bank in Abuja, Nigeria. I have been chosen to be your account officer and i am here to serve you. I am to assist you in activating your account with us. The details to achieve
these are below.
A cash deposit must be made into your account for activation to occur. The cash paid into your account would determine how much your daily limit would be
Your activation amount determines how much you can transfer at a time
Below various activation fees. Please choose one and make payment depending on the amount you wish to transfer daily
1. $100 activation gets you to transfer $10,000 daily
2. $200 activation gets you to transfer $50,000 daily
3. $500 activation gets you to transfer $1million daily
4. $1000 activation gets you unlimited amount of transfer daily
Please choose one of the amounts above and make payment.
For ACTIVATION. A cash deposit of any of the amounts above must be made into your account before your account can be activated. There are two ways to achieve this. You are to come to Nigeria and do this yourself of i could assist you in doing it. If
you want me to assist you, you are to choose an option above and send the amount to me by moneygram or western union using my details below
Name: Kenneth Roberts
Address: Kwali, Abuja, Nigeria
After sending the money, send an email to me with the MTCN for western union or reference number for moneygram.
Once i receive the MTCN and your personal details as below, I will activate your account. Once active, I will send you all your online login details. You are free to transfer daily out of your account with us into any account of your choice. The daily
transfer limit will depend on the amount you send.
NB: Please send the activation fee details along with your information as below
a. Your Full Names
b. Your Full Address
c. Your Phone Number
d. Your Next of Kin
e. Your Date of Birth
f. MTCN or Reference Number for amount sent
g. Amount sent
Thank you for banking with us.
Foreign Transfer Department
Standard Chartered Bank