On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 4:15 am, Barrister. John Ibe
< email@example.com > wrote:
Transparency international has reached a consortium with the federal
government of Nigeria for the immediate compensation of victims of
Nigeria widely known scam (419). A memorandum of understanding to that
regards was signed yesterday between the parties in an effort to
redeem the Nigeria's battered image abroad.
Your name among others was mentioned by one of the syndicate who was
arrested at the airport by the American secret security service on his
way back from the UK. Because Information was gathered mostly
Nigerians was the UK Lottery scammers now that most of them was
arrested and confessional statement was made which some were very
useful. On this faithful recommendation, Mr. Greg Mac Alison a
delegate from (TRANSPERANCY INTERNATIONAL) is currently in Nigeria to
monitor the compensation process. A total sum of Ten Million Five
Hundred Dollars, only will be released to your designated bank
account as soon as you are cleared for payment. Two credible banks in Nigeria and Ghana
have been assigned to make necessary payments. CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA. Statistics
has really shown that Americans,Asians and Indians are the most victim
of Nigeria fraud, followed by Europe and Asia respectively.
This compensation notice is an effort from the Nigeria government to
restore the past glory of their great nation. From our records so far,
we are in good talking relationship with more than seventy victims of
which fifty-one has been compensated.
You are to confirm you willingness to receive this compensation via a
return mail and also forward, your full name and address, your direct
telephone number, age, sex and marital status. With this information,
we will be able to process and release the compensation to you without
any rigorous process. Be advised.
We wait to hear from you.
Barrister. John Ibe
Official Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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