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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On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 5:12 am, Mr. Dimitri Sanga
< cntinfo@tim.it > wrote:
Dear Approved Beneficiary,


We have noticed with deep concern the fraudulent and corrupt practices by some officials of the Nigerian financial institutions and government agencies formerly designated with the duty to process and perform the remittances of various foreign contract/inheritance payments. These nefarious activities have put Nigeria in bad light among committee of nations, which have been very inimical to her economic growth and development. It is a fact that some beneficiaries while trying to realize their legitimate contract/inheritance payments have unsuspectingly fallen prey to schemes and grand designs of these bad elements in Nigeria who creates artificial impediments in the processing of foreign contract/inheritance payments as device to perpetrate fraud.

In need to restore and re-position the ailing Nigerian economy and status for improved direct foreign investments and economic growth, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN/ECA) was prevailed upon by the newly elected president of Nigeria to wade into the matter in partnership with the Nigerian government to grapple with the arduous task of restructuring for advancement the Nigerian economic and financial status, and to further effectiveness in foreign payment resolution.

In the course of verification of your payment file, it was discovered that you have satisfactorily completed all required legal and financial obligations in respect of your payment. In this vein, your fund has been ratified for immediate payment, and high power directives have been issued to newly restructured Central Bank of Nigeria to credit your bank account without further delay with the total sum of US$6,400,000.00 representing part payment of your outstanding fund, who under the present structure have taken over full responsibility on all outstanding foreign debts/payments.

You are hereby advised to contact and communicate your bank account information to the Managing Director, Payment System Directorate, Central Bank of Nigeria - CBN for crediting of US$6,400,000.00 into your bank account. While communicating the the Managing Director, Payments System Directorate - CBN, please quote: Ref No: UN-ECA/INHERITANCE-CONTRACT/#05441 for his reference.

The contact information of the Managing Director, Payments System Directorate – CBN is:

Contact Person: DR. RICHARD EBUBECHUKWU (Managing Director, Payments System Directorate – CBN)
Bank Address: Central Bank of Nigeria, Plot 33, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Way, Abuja, Nigeria
Office Telephone No: +234 9 2900062, +234 9 2900063
E-mail Address: payments@centralbanknigeria.org

Yours truly,

Mr. Dimitri Sanga
(Director UN/ECA Sub-Regional Office for West Africa)
UN Economic Commission for Africa
7, Alfred Rewane Street, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Hotline: +234 8106933064

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