From: Lawrence Amadi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: FROM THE NIGERIAN DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION.
Date: Saturday, September 13, 2008, 2:02 AM
NIGERIAN DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Mamman Kontagora House 23A,
P. M. B. 12881-Lagos
Attn: The beneficiary.
I am Mr. Lawrence Amadi, the Director of inheritance / contract claims
investigation at the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC). We have
currently been investigating your claim under the auspices of the Joint
Regulatory Commission of the Presidency and NDIC. Incidentally, we have
discovered during the course of the investigation that the agencies that were
responsible for your claim settlement have lost credibility. This is because the
credit facility extended to them for the said payment has since expired, and as
a result of that, they are unable to offset your fund. They have resorted to
charging you all forms of fees and advance payments to no avail.
NDIC, being the agency responsible for underwriting the guarantee for your
claim has therefore, called for the retransmittal of your funds from offshore
credit. Under the Joint Regulatory Commission, we have appointed a sole
fiduciary agent that will handle the transfer of your funds through a direct
wire transfer option to your bank account as you may nominate.
By this arrangement, you are not required to travel to anywhere outside your
country before your funds reach your account. Your funds originated from a
legitimate claim here. It is not possible for you to be paid from anywhere else
outside here. You must therefore, stop your contact with those people claiming
to have access to your funds with immediate effect.
We are working under the auspices of the Joint Regulatory Commission, and we
intend to speed up the process of your claim settlement.
Call me immediately on my direct telephone: +234 1 418 8090, so that we can
discuss the details of the direct wire transfer arrangement.
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