From: PROF CHARLES SOLUDO <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: GoodNews......Payment Code(9090)
Date: Thursday, February 19, 2009, 5:33 AM
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.
LAGOS-NIGERIAOFFICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT.
YOUR PAYMENT ;Ref;NUMBERS 000999/CBN/7535/2003.
Swift Code: BPH KPLPK,
FOREIGN REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/07
IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT NOTIFICATION:
We have on this 19th of February, 2009 received a payment credit instruction
from the Federal Governmet of Nigeria in collaboration with IMF and World Bank
to credit your account with your full contract funds valued at $10.7M (Ten
Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars) from the government reserve account with
our bank through diplomatic delivery.
This is to notify you that your funds have been programmed for immediate
release into your nominated bank account but we can not transfer this fund
direct to your nominated bank account,because we are having a little problem
with International MonetaryFund (IMF) so our method of payment is by Diplomatic
Be informed that every arrangement regarding your cash payment through
diplomatic services has been made, note that your funds have been packaged like
a consignment.Note that the Diplomatic Agency has to move down to your country
in order to deliver the Consignment to your doorstep.
Kindly re-confirm to me the followings:
Your Full Name: ______________________________
Your Complete Address:________________________
Name of City of Residence:____________________
Direct Telephone Number:______________________
YOur Copy Of Passport,Drivers Linesense____________________________
As soon as the above mentioned details are received, your payment will be made
to you via diplomatic courier delivery in accordance to World Bank and IMF
recommendations. A diplomat with international travel immunity will be
contracted to deliver the funds at your doorstep.
You are adviced to call me on my cell phone number as soon as you receive this
Professor Charles C. Soludo
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
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