Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2007 5:13 AM
Subject: ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)
ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)
The resolve of the Nigerian authorities to stamp out advanced fees fraud (a.k.a. 419) from the country and bring scammers to justice was boosted on 6 july 2006, when the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) returned $4.8million to foreiner duped by nigerians.
A statement by the Commissions Head of Media and Publicity, Mr Osita Nkemchor confirmed that EFCCs Chairman, Alhaji Nuhu Ribadu, presented a cheque of $5.billoin dollars to those that have been deputed by nigerians,The statement said the money was part of recovered funds from a fictitious transaction initiated by one Basil Ahamed, a Nigerian, purporting to be Alhaji Ibrahim Ibrahim, Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in June 2006.
The statement further quoted Alhaji Ribadu as saying that Nigeria was no longer a safe haven for criminals and corrupt public officers while assuring the government and people of THE UNITED STATE OF AMERICAN,ASIA,LONDON,EROUPUE,etc that the efforts of the Federal Government to clean up Nigeria were yielding positive results.
so if you have any problem like this or you have been scamed by any Nigerian before, pls let us know,and as well know on how to refund your money back to you .pls we will like you to provide us with your personal information such as,
1)full name and address
2)Name of your country
6)your phone or fax number
pls note that your urgent reply is needed so as to help you fright for your money back to you.
hoping to hear from you soon.
EFCC;SAFE GUARDING THE LIVES AND PROPERTIES OF THE PEOPLE
EFCC ZONE B
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