|| From: Apex Bank <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 03:03:52 -0800 (PST)
Subject: PAYMENT VERIFICATION
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR TELEX/REMITTANCE DEPT
Date: 28 01, 2009
LETTER OF ENQUIRY ON YOUR CONTRACT PAYMENT
We write to enquire from you if you have sent somebody fromSwitzerland
Mr. Schemirlat and some Nigeria representatives to the Central Bank of
Nigeria (CBN) to make claim on your behalf. Today at about 10:00am
Nigeria time, Mr.. Schemirlat and your Nigeria representatives came to
the Bank saying that you have sent them to make claim on your behalf.
I initial instruction approval for the release of the fund was given
to them as they produced some vital documents to back up their claims,
but on cross checking your contract file.
I discovered that the Bank Account Number they presented was different
from your own bank account that made us to suspect them, this is a
serious matter in the bank now and we have given a mandate to release
this fund to you by the Presidency. Based on this development, we have
mandated them to produce Power of Attorney from you, informing the
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) of the change in account number. This
they could not produce immediately.
I have asked them to come back in two days time, this is to enable us
contact you and verify how genuine these men are to you, though they
promised to produce the Power of Attorney on their next visit to the
bank. I have deemed it necessary to contact you and ascertain the true
position in other to avoid remitting this fund into a wrong account.
Could you please contact the appointed Manager above through his
telephone number to confirm matters before we start taking Legal
Action, but if they are from you, kindly give the Power of Attorney
for the payment of the contract funds into the Switzerland account UBS
AG Banking Switzerland. You should note that by the approval of the
Presidency, and in line with the enabling decree of Act Section 512 &
No 8220, A No 8221, in Consultation with the relevant regulatory
authorities, The National Economic Intelligence Committee (NEIC) and
the Federal Ministry of Finance, the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN),
resolved that all overdue contract payments be paid this final
quarter of the year. Please assist us to serve you better, as we
cannot allow your payment to be messed up by some cabals.
You are hereby advised to contact the undersigned declaring the above
information true or false at the same time reconfirming your banking
and contract informations in order to make sure your payment is
processed and remitted .The undersigned will be expecting to entertain
your call call or email urgently.
Dr Bisi Omoruiyi
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