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At last, I can get the money that is coming to me.




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From: Emmanuel Sam <emmanuelsam250@yahoo.com>
Subject: The truth. Form and ID attached.
To: federalpaymaster@presidency.com

My Dear,

The honest truth and reason why you have not received a dime from Nigeria or elsewhere over the years is that your country's central bank and your bank regulations do not allow or approve of a single wire transfer over $500,000.00 to your account.

We had in the past on resumption of duties wired your funds but all returned undelivered for this reason.

You can verify from your bank.

As you already know, the federal government approved your funds under indivisible guarantee bond to forestall any move by unscrupulous element in our banking sector to divert some part(s) of your funds. There is no way you can get your funds unless your fund is documented and approved to be divided into $500,000 single wire transfer each.

I don't care what anybody tells you. They are just after what they can extort from you.

Now, the only solution to this protracted debacle is to undo the indivisible quagmire through legal means and as such, an accredited attorney from the legal department of the Central bank of Nigeria will perfect a release order of a single payment of US$500,000 each which would wire transfer to your account without any problem.

You will no longer need all the clearance paperwork or any kind of unending bureaucratic bottlenecks as $500,000 wire transfer does not attract any penalty or demand for terrorism clearance in international banking operation.

The lawyer will only get $150 from you for this services and nothing else.

Meanwhile, complete attached form.

Thanks

Emmanuel Sam
Director, Special duties,
Foreign Operations Department
Federal Ministry of Finance
Phone: +234 805 456 8278






The sad part is that people are still falling for this nonsense. They must be, or the Lads from Lagos wouldn't bother sending out this hqiz...



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r_caton
Jul. 25th, 2010 08:40 pm (UTC)
UMBULLAH! UMBULLAH! KATANGA BUSUMBE!
sleepyjohn00
Jul. 26th, 2010 04:40 am (UTC)
There's a side note in one of Charlie Stoss' "Laundry" novels, wherein Our Hero Bob Howard tells about receiving one of these emails at work and responding to it. Soon, someone from Finance shows up, waxes sarcastic for a half hour, and makes him give the Bank of Nigeria back.

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