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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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From: THE PRESIDENCY ABUJA NIGERIA <fgndeskabuja@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 9:21 PM
Subject: RE: DIRECTIVES ON IMMEDIATE PAYMENT

THE PRESIDENCY
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
ENCONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION
FOREIGN PAYMENT COUNCIL
ASO ROCK VILLA – ABUJA
Ref: FGN-EFCC-BOE/BNF07
From the Desk of: Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, Date: 18th December, 2007
Attn: Dear Certified Beneficiary ,
 
RE: DIRECTIVES ON IMMEDIATE PAYMENT
 
Pursuant to the on going reforms of this government and Central Bank of Nigeria in alliance with  Bank of England, I have to inform you officially, that after studying the application filed by International Labour Organization (ILO) on delays of Category “A” Beneficiaries, the directives to pay your outstanding fund had been forwarded to the office of Nigeria Director General of Nigerian Electronic Payment System Direct Payment Commission for immediate payment directly to you with Global ATM Cash Card or direct Swift wire Transfer debit able through our account with Bank of England as you are one of the 3RD Category "A" foreign beneficiaries their payments were approved by the Presidency for immediate payment after our Federal Executive Council meeting of today 18th December 2007.
 
This approval Invalidates any other approval/arrangements hence it is based on the security verification report which revealed to the Presidency that after allocating your Foreign Exchange (FOREX) and released it for payment, some officials such as the Senate Committee on Contract Payments Governor’s office CBN etc, who are facing serious probing now, intentionally indulge in sitting on your payment, after series of unconstitutional fees imposed on officially by such officials on you.The Excesses of these corrupt officials but across distortion of data on your files for your payments, changing of account details and deliberately hoarding of relevant in formations that will lead to release of your funds by not making available the up-to date report gone with a beneficiary on appropriate payment release meetings / authorities. Note that the official you just phone and fax prior to this fax is not far away from these allegations, as investigations continues on anti office activities presently being perpetrated by some these face less officials of NNPC, CBN, WEMA, NDDC, FMF, First Bank, Union Bank, Eco Bank, ADB, UBA, AFRIBANK and office of the Senate President & people impersonating this office etc.
To avoid saying you are not aware or ignorant, Contact the the Governor of central Bank of Nigeria now on his directly E-mails: profcc.soludo@yahoo.co.uk, Hotline:+234-703-822-2618 Tel/fax: +234-808-311-8541 for further directives on immediate release of your fund directly to you via Global Electronic ATM Acceptable Card fully loaded with your outstanding fund value or KTT Direct Transfer as the paper work of the allocation secured had been made available to him.
Do not fail to reconfirm your fund details to him, as well as the amount and all reference numbers on your letter headed paper with your telephone
and fax numbers including your mailing address for delivery of the ATM card. Your immediate action will be highly appreciated, help us to serve you best.

Yours faithfully,
Mallam Nuhu Ribadu Chairman Enconomic & Financial Crimes Commission
For The Presidency, Federal Government of Nigeria

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