Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 20:16:25 +0100
Subject: COMPENSATION FOR YOUR PAST EFFORT/CONTACT
From: Mrs. Elizabeth Amuebie <email@example.com>
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.
RE: CHANGE OF YOUR BANK ACCOUNT.
As urgent as it is now, please confirm the authenticity of this sudden OATH OF AFFIDAVIT sworn on your behalf by 2 gentlemen claiming to be your Attorneys representing you for the processing and payment of your overdue payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria. We are contacting you based on the sudden change of your bank account which looks suspicious especially now that the Federal Government has concluded arrangements with the loan from both the Paris Club of Creditors and the World Bank to pay all overdue contracts and supplies owe to foreign contractors of which you are among.
Please be guided, you are given only 21 banking days to authenticate or counter this sudden and suspicious change of your bank account with us. At the expiration of this deadline, the Central Bank of Nigeria will credit the new bank account with the understanding that you authorized the account changing. Let it be stated very clearly to you that the Central bank of Nigeria will not entertain any legal action you may take after payment is effected to the new bank account as this notice will be copied to the appropriete authorities concerned.
If you may like or wish to know, the new bank account is hereunder stated,
BANK NAME: CITI BANK N.A. 99 PARK AVENUE10043 NEW YORK USA.
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 36020353 PTT CH BERNE
ACCOUNT NAME: SUPRATECH BVI SA, ACC NO 91-11297 7
IN FAVOUR OF: P. STEPHANI, STEPHANI SUPRATECH AG.
For futher information, please contact the undersigned, on Tel: 234 8051175764, or through email.
Thank you for your patient and understanding with the Federal Government for the period owed you, inconviniences caused is regreted.
Mrs. Elizabeth Amuebie.
Central Bank Of Nigeria.
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