Sorry for the delay. I am delighted to contact you on a private note based on your claims to your funds which has been programmed for transfer into your designated bank account through my department.
I hereby apologised to you for the delay in releasing this fund into your account, which was caused by me because of breach of agreement between The Central Bank of Nigeria Foreign operation payment director and your so-called partners in Nigeria who introduced you into the business. Your Nigerian partners approached him that they want to present you as a beneficiary of this fund as it was an OVER-INVOICING made when they are awarding contract to foreign firms. So after the negotiation, they unanimously agreed that (your partners) would give the Foreign operation payment director US$300,000.00 (CASH) on his acceptance to assist them to transfer the fund into your account. When he accepted the offer, your partners forwarded all your details including your banking particulars to his office then for onward transfer. As soon as he made some fruitful effort on the transaction and demanded his US$300,000.00 as agreed. Your partners deviated from the agreement and decided to go through the International Remittance Department at his back and make a change of your bank account details in other to disappoint him and you also not knowing that the International remittance Department is also under his control. In 2015 when i was elected as the Vice president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under his Excellency President Mohammadu Buhari's administration i got the knowledge of their evil plans and selfishness i proved their illicit efforts abortive. That is why for some years now you have been pursing this payment, sending unnecessary money to some fraudulent individuals in Nigeria and abroad who claimed to be in charged to release your payment yet you didn't even received a cent till today.
On Friday 26th, of January 2018 an approval was given by the Federal Government of Nigeria to commence a quarter payment Exercise and has Shortlisted your name among the 22 Foreign Beneficiaries for payment that will receive $2,000,000.00 (Two Million Dollars only) each. I want to re-emphasis to you that your fund is still with me and under my control. Now with my whole heart I want to enter into real business with you on a sincere agreement since your partners have disappointed me and the fund is still floating in your name and favour waiting for a proper documentation before the claim. All the necessary payments has been fully paid and settled by the Federal government of Nigeria reserve account for the procurement of all legal back up documents in your name and favour. Recalled that the United States Consulate in Nigeria Ambassador W. Stuart Symington had earlier admonished the Nigeria Government to pay all outstanding funds owed to Foreign Beneficiaries and Contractors. I the Vice President of Nigeria said it was an agreement by the United States/United Nations/Nigeria Joint Committee that to avoid impersonation, and wrong payment all shortlisted Beneficiaries must pay for their payment Authentication Accreditation and other Fund Release Logistics of flat fees of $250 each as mandated on the news paper articles and all payments must go to USA for confirmation and clearance.
Here is the fiduciary receiving agent for you to make your immediate payment of $250 through Western Union or Moneygram.
Receivers Name: Mr. Zane H. Lamberes
Address: 1650 Elmhurst Road, Apt.#188. Des Plaines, Illinois 60018-1883 USA
As soon as you have sent the Western Union money transfer or Money Gram immediately scan and attach a copy of the slip and the MTCN 10 digits (Money transfer control number) for Western Union or the Reference numbers 8 digits for the Money Gram for pick up. Attached file are my staff ID card, my diplomatic passport and the news paper articles that published this payment award on Friday 26th, of January 2018 for your confirmation. For the next line of action kindly reply only to my official email address here: email@example.com
Awaiting for your rapid response.
Prof. Yemi Osinbajo
Vice President Federal Republic of Nigeria