Sent: Friday, August 03, 2007 9:47 PM
Subject: IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA TINUBU SQUARE LAGOS
From the Desk Of: Prof Charles Soludo Executive Governor
(CBN) PRIVATE EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENTION: HONOURABLE CONTRACTOR,
IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT CONTRACT NO: MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009
We Apologies, for the delay of your payment and all the Inconveniences and
Inflict that we might have indulge you through. However, we were having some
minor problems with our payment system, which is Inexplicable, and
have held us
stranded and Indolent, not having the Aspiration to devote our 100% Assiduity
in accrediting foreign contract payments. We Apologies once again.
From the Records of outstanding contractors due for payment with the federal
government of Nigeria, your name and company was discovered as next on
of the outstanding contractors who have not yet received
I wish to inform you now that the square peg is now in square whole and can be
voguish for that your payment is being processed and will be released
to you as
soon as you respond to this letter. Also note that from my record in my file
your outstanding contract payment is US$15,500,000.00 (Fifteen million five
hundred thousand United States dollars).
Re-confirm to me if this is Online with what you have in your record and also
Kindly re-confirm to me the followings:
(1) Your full name.
(2) Phone, fax and mobile #.
(3) company's name, position and address.
(4)profession, age and marital status.
(5) Copy of int'l passport or any scanned identity to prove yourself.
As soon as this information is received, your payment will be made to you in a
certified bank draft or wired to your nominated bank account directly from
central bank of Nigeria.
As soon as you receive this letter for further discussion, get back to me
on this e-mail address: email@example.com
PROFESSOR CHARLES C. SOLUDO,
GOVERNOR, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 12:41 PM
Subject: Re: New development for your transfer
Dear Miss Young
Due to the relenting facts that a lot of clients has not receive thier contract fund and the obligation of the fact of the on going fraudulent activities in country. this has been one of crucial problem that we have been longing to desolve here in central bank of nigeria.
Ever since the inaugration of the new prsident Yar'dua. They have been alot amendment in goverment sectors. We had a board Meeting three days ago regarding our foriegn clients who contract payment there that have not be paid for a period of time now.
We mandated a solution to this crisis, we have decided to contact all foreign contractors with files in our procession to forward all the value files in their procession also for check up with the one in our terminology.
We have decided to open account here in the contractors Full Name and deposite their value Contract award ammount in his account here nigeria. This came up as a matter of fact that a lot fraudster go into our banking site and do away with peoples fund and that we do not want to happen or experience again.
This is the new development regarding to foriegn Contract payment. Now you are advise to forward your receiving bank particulars together with your bank telephone and fax to enable us effect your wired transfer into your bank account.
I will be anti-cipating your urgent response.
Prof Charles Soludo
Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2007 6:17 PM
Subject: arrangement with the security company in india
Attn: miss young.
We have received your e-mail and the international passport which you have sent to us. We have also make very arrangement with the security company in india where your fund will be deposite and as soon as we conclude with the security company will forward to you every required information you need to go to security company for the collection of your fund.
Please do reconfirmed you address again for proper assessment
We get you update as soon as we are done.
Prof charles soludo
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