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Gesendet: Wednesday, 26. August 2009 20:29
Betreff: [SPAM?]: Read attachment and help me
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||FROM: MICHAEL AROKODARE.
Greetings to you, this mail might come to you as a surprise and the temptation to ignore it as unserious could come into your mind; but please, consider it as a divine wish and accept it with a willing mind.
My name is Michael Arokodare. I am the director, Finance Department of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.
The crux of this letter is that the Finance Department of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) deliberately over-inflated the contract values of various foreign contracts awarded.
In the course of disbursement my office was able to track down the sum of US$22.M (Twenty-Two Million U.S Dollars) as the over invoiced.
This fund is now floating in the (NNPC) domiciliary account with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
I now want to quickly transfer this fund to a safe nominated foreign account for possible investment abroad.
I am not allowed as a matter of government policy to operate any foreign account because of my status as civil/public servants.
I am rest assured we shall do it together. This is a risk free transaction as all modalities for the successful transfer of this fund have been perfected in the relevant ministries.
I have set all the machineries in motion for a smooth transfer of this fund to an account you will provide having done my homework very well to ensure a hitch-free transfer.
For your assistance in transferring and safeguarding this fund, you will be entitle to 40% of the total sum, 50% is for me, 10% is mapped out for both expenses.
According to Nigeria law, at the expiration of my tenure this fund will be return back to government treasury as unclaimed fund if nobody applies to claim the fund.
Please, you should not see this as dishonest rather it will not be better for corrupt Government officials in Nigeria, who are bent on their own selfish interest, to utilize this advantage.
You should not see this as one of the scam letters, because allot of fraudsters are seeking whom they will defraud their hard earned money. I am a golden fish in a bottle and have no place to hide, please do not associate me with criminals and you should not be afraid of anything.
If you are interested, below is information I need to make application for this transfer, do send it.
(1)Your complete Name.
(3)Your contact address.
(4)Your banking particulars.
(5)Your private phone and fax, is also urgently needed for prompt discussions.
You can setup a new bank account for this deal if you don't have any before.
My kindest regards,
Mr. Michael Arokodare
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