||> From: email@example.com
> Subject: Attention:Beneficiary,
> Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 03:58:18 +0100
> I have been informed by the CHEVRON/TEXACO COMPANY LTD to anticipate your
> message as this office has been assigned to handle the payment of
> yourgrant donation prize and also to alert you that your previous mail was
> received here on this office desk and content clearly documented.I would
> advise you follow the instructions given to you and your Donation
> parcelwill be sent to you fully sealed within the next 24hours. A cheque
> has been issued in your name and we have concluded the processing of all
> documents that will facilitate the clearance of the cheque in your Bank.
> This documents includes the following:
> 1.DONATION CHEQUE VALUED THE SUM OF US$8,000,000.00. 2.DONATION
> CERTIFICATE FROM THE CHEVRON/TEXACO EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTIONCOMPANY
> LTD(CTEPC).3.CLEAR SOURCE OF FUNDS CERTIFICATES(C.S.F.C.) 4.LETTER OF
> AFFIDAVITS FROM THE NIGERIAN HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, STATING THATTHE
> DONATION WAS RECEIVED LEGALLY FROM THE UNIVERSAL DONATION PROGRAMME,
> ANDDULY SIGNED BY THE LEGAL ATTORNEY TO THE ECOWAS.
> These documents have been securely sealed and packed for security reasons
> which makes it impossible for anyone to view it until its been deliveredto
> you. Find below our delivery options which you are required to choose the
> one that is most convenient to you to enable the delivery of your parcel
> tothe address which is sent by you to this office.
> I want you to indicateonce more your mode of delivery for the purpose of
> documentation in thethe ECOWAS HEAD OFFICE.
> DHL Cost of delivery
> Mailing: US $100.00
> Vat:US $10.00
> Insurance:US $150.00
> FEDEX Cost of delivery
> Mailing:US $50.00
> VAT US $10.00
> Insurance: US $150.00
> UPS Cost of delivery
> Mailing: US$5.00
> VAT US$5.00
> Insurance: US$150.00
> All three options are 24hours delivery after shipment
> NB: THE INSURANCE FEE (US$150:00) IS ABSOLUTELY COMPULSORY, AND MUST
> BEPAID BEFORE THE SHIPMENT OF YOUR PARCEL WHILE THE MAILING FEE SHOULD
> BEPAID TO THE DELIVERY AGENT THAT WILL DELIVER YOUR PARCEL TO YOUR
> Due to the diplomatic content of your parcel, it will be illegal to sendit
> without being insured as it will violate the federal delivery
> rulesgoverning diplomatic parcel delivery. This means payment for the
> insurancefee must be made before the parcel is sent to avoid risk. This is
> becauseof some bad experience we had in the past.
> We can not afford to re-issue your cheque if anything goes wrong. In this
> case payment for the insurance fee is absolutely compulsory, while the
> mailing fee should be paid to any of the above listed delivery company you
> choose at the point of delivery. Your prize is protected by a hardcover
> insurance policy, which makes itimpossible to deduct any amount from the
> money before remittance.
> This means that the above insurance charges cannot be deducted from the
> prizeand hence must be provided by you before your parcel is shipped.
> This isin accordance with section 13(1)(n) of the international gambling
> act asadopted in 1993 andamended on 3RD july 1996 by the constitutional
> assembly.This is to protectreceipients and to avoid misappropriation of
> You have to contact PAYMENT STAFF AT THE ECOWAS HEAD OFFICE now with your
> information and choice of delivery company among the list above for the
> delivery of your package with this information bellow;
> CONTROLLER: MR.LARRY WILLIAMS COMPANY'S
> NAME: PAYMENT STAFF ECOWAS HEAD OFFICE
> EMAIL ADRESS:(firstname.lastname@example.org)
> OFFICE NUMBER: 0092347057765917
> 1, Full Name...........................
> 2, Address of Residence:.................
> 3, country from:..................
> 4, Telephone Number:..................
> 5, Occupation...................
> 6, Age:..................
> Kindly give me a call immediately you receive this mail .
> MR. SMITH HILLS,
> ECONOMIC COMMUNITY
> OF WEST AFRICAN STATES
> ECOWAS HEAD OFFICE
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