Thursday, October 09, 2008

Nigeria Circular letter to scam victim

Below you will find the text - Re: Circular letter to scam victim - email spamming scam. This message appears to be sent from - Nigeria senate committee on Scam victim reimbursement Committee []. October 9, 2008. Return or Reply email as - OR As many spammers use additional reply to addresses and faked message headers.

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Attention; Sir,

This is to your notice that Nigeria senate committee on Scam victim reimbursement Committee under the strict supervision of the African Union to pay Nigerians scam victims in number of 230; the sum of $250,000 USD (Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars) each.

You are hereby listed as one of the beneficiaries for these payments. You are expected to get back to us as soon as possible for your immediate reimbursement. As a result of these laudable recommendations, it is imperative to bring to your notice that during the last (AU) African Union, meeting held in Abuja, Nigeria, it was alarmed by so many countries around the world about loss of funds by various foreigners to these scam artists operating in syndicates all over the world today.

In other to redeem the good image of our dear country Nigeria, the President has ordered the immediate payment of $250,000 USD each to the affected victims in accordance with the (AU) directives. Due to the corrupt and inefficient Banking Systems in Nigeria, these payments are to be made by First Inland Bank Plc and via the ATM card or Draft as may be demanded hence a KTT transfer has been abolished to avoid demand of document/papers before transfer is made.

Presently, 184 Beneficiaries have been paid; more than 50% of the victims are from the United States, while about 40% are from other parts of the world. Your particulars were among those mentioned by some of the Syndicates that were apprehended in Lagos, Nigeria as one of the victims of the operations, you are hereby warned not to communicate or duplicate this message to anybody for any reason whatsoever as the U.S. secret service Nigeria Police Force has swage into action to track these sets of criminals down. Once again, you are expected to keep mute until these criminals are all apprehended.

The Nigeria police force (Motto: police is your friend) have combined effort with the United Nation Anti-crime commission to alleviate the plight of these victims as well as redeeming the image of our dear nation. Many Banks, Universal firms, Companies and individuals have been in bankruptcy today due to the activity of these hoodlums.

However, a thorough investigation have revealed that these people have dropped over 500,000 victims across the world, after collecting their money falsely, many as a result of this have committed suicide, while other are now living in abject poverty. As regards these ongoing developmental strive, we have over 200 suspects at hand, 135 in kirikri prisons. While many are awaiting trial, we are still in search of others, who think they are wise, and hope that you will assist by giving any vital information that could lead to the apprehension of these hoodlums.

You can receive your reimbursement via any of these options you Choose, DRAFT/CHEQUE/ATM PAYMENTS. We shall be waiting to hearing from you been certain that your response will be that you are satisfied and willing to claim your $250,000 USD (Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars) Reimbursement funds.

A copy of your response is expected to be sending to First Inland Bank Plc of Nigeria via this email: the only official Bank authorizes to pay victims their fund.

Yours faithfully,

Senator Ben. Oparah

(Sec Senate committee on Scam Victim Reimbursement)

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