Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2007 6:54
Subject: Immediate Contract Payment
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||Immediate Contract Payment Notification!!!|
||Executive Governor CBN|
||FOREIGN REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT|
CONTRACT #: NNPC/FED/VOLL-II/04,
Swift Code: CBNFGNNG
Date: September, 2007
IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT OF US$12.6M
On behalf of the entire members and staffs of the
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), I sincerely apologies for the delay of
your payment and all the inconveniences that we might have indulge you
through. However, this resulted from some minor problems with our
payment system, which is inexplicable, and this have held us stranded
and indolent, not having the aspiration to devote our 100% assiduity in
accrediting foreign contract payments. I apologies once
From the records of our outstanding contractors due for
payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria, your name and company
was discovered as next on the list of the contractors who have not yet
received their payments.
I wish to inform you that your payment
is waiting to be processed and will be released to you as soon as you
respond to this urgent notification. Also note that from the records in
my file, your outstanding contract payment is Twelve Million Six Hundred
Thousand United State Dollars (US$12,600,000.00).
re-confirm to me the following, and as soon as your information is
received, your payment will processed and made to your in your own
choice bank anywhere arouns the world;
1) Your Full Name
3) Phone, Mobile number/fax if any
Name, Position And Address.
5) Profession, Age and Marital
6) Scanned Copy Of Your Int'l Passport/Staff I.D
I strongly recommend that, you should promptly start
your clearance and kindly reply with this e-mail address,
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for more clearification and for
immediate transfer of your funds
Executive Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria.
||sabato, 8 settembre 2007 |
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