From: ANTI-TERRORIST AND MONETARY CRIMES DIVISION < email@example.com >
Sent: Fri, May 20, 2016 5:05 pm
Subject: FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION VISIT IN NIGERIA
ANTI-TERRORIST AND MONETARY CRIMES DIVISION
J.EDGAR HOOVER BUILDING 935 PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE, NW WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535-0001
ALL ONLINE WIRE TRANSFER INVESTIGATION.
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS VISIT
NIGERIA TO INVESTIGATION FRAUD AND CYBER CRIME
Ref vibe#FRS/019223/UN00155127/CONTRAT E/615AX.
This is Agent Estel Collin and we are here in Nigeria as an
FBI/UNITED NATION delegate that have been delegated to investigate
these fraudsters who are in the business of swindling Foreigners from
other countries in so many ways.
Please be informed that during our investigation, we found out that
there is a total sum amount of money US$4million that has been
assigned in your name as the beneficiary and these fraudsters are busy
swindling you without any hope of receiving your fund.
therefore, we sincerely implore you to forward all claim detailed
information if possible support with documents you may have received
in the prior transaction for verification/evaluation. Upon fulfilling
this obligations/requirement as stipulated in the deed of assignment
with the payment authority to expedite action in carrying out the
release of your funds.
These are the works of the fraud stars that needed to extort money
from you in the name of this transfer. We have to inform you that we
have made some arrested in respect of this delayed overdue fund. I
have a very limited time to stay in Nigeria here so I advise you
urgently respond to this message.
These criminals will be caught unaware and we don't want them to know
this new development to avoid jeopardizing our investigation, you need
to conceal anything that has to do with this exercise to enable us get
all the necessary information we required.
I shall be expecting your swift response as soon as you receive this
email.This payment will be strictly supervised by this office till you
receive this fund.
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION VISIT IN NIGERIA