||From: FROM OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: YOUR APPROVED FUND PAYMENT FROM OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY(2)
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2018 02:07:35 -0800
After a secret meeting held yesterday with American government,
British, Asian and Australian government, it was concluded that all
beneficiaries who have been having problems in receiving their
over-due funds payment should now have cause to smile.
In the meeting, it was discovered that the reason why most of these
beneficiaries have not received funds is due to the fact that they do
respond to any mail they receive from all those scammers without any
due consideration. In the process they continue to send money to
those scammers who impersonate government offices in order to extort
money from them.
You are hereby advised to desist from such communications with anyone
who writes you an e-mail claiming that he is in position to transfer
your fund. This meeting was held secretly yesterday so that those
criminals will not know about the outcome of this meeting. And we
want to point out here too that due to the way and manner those
fraudsters manipulate our official id and forge a similar type to
convince you beneficiaries, we have decided to use this commercial id
to get to you.
In view of this, we have only approved the below bank as the bank
responsible to pay you your approved fund. The bank in question is:
First City Monument Bank (F.C.M.B)
NAME OF THE OFFICER IN CHARGE: ADESOLA OLUMIDE
You are advised to contact the above mentioned bank with your full
information such as your full names, bank details, address, phone and
any means of identification. These information will be used to go to
the court to legalize it and after which the fund will be transferred
into your nominated bank account.
NOTE: You are advised to call the above number first before sending an
e-mail to the bank officer.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Boss Gidahyelda Mustpha
Secretary to the federal government of Nigeria
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