Dear Unpaid Beneficiary

This is to inform you that I came to Nigeria yesterday from London,after series of complains from the FBI and other Security agencies from Asia, Europe,Oceania, Antarctica,South America and the United States of America respectively,against the Federal Government of Nigeria and the British Government for the rate of scam activities going on in these two nations.I have met with President GoodLuck of Nigeria who claimed that he has been trying his best to make sure you receive your fund in your account.

Right now,as directed by our secretary general Mr. Ban Ki-Moon,We are working in collaborations with the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) and have decided to waive away all your clearance fees/Charges and authorize the Government of Nigeria to effect the payment of your compensation of an amount of USD10.5M approved by both the British/United States government and the UN into your account without any delay.The only fee you will pay to confirm your fund in your account is your Court Notarization fee to the UN.

Sincerely,you are a lucky person because I have just discovered that some top Nigerian and British Government Officials are interested in your fund and they are working in collaboration with One Mr.Ben S.Bernanke and others from USA to frustrate you and thereafter divert your fund into their personal account.

I have a very limited time to stay in Nigeria here so I would like you to urgently respond to this message with your full name,full address, direct phone number so that I can advise you on how best to confirm your fund in your account within the next 72 hours.Contact me immediately on this email [email protected]

Ms.Carman L.Lapointe

This post was submitted by blanche m gurney.

  1. me, 10 June, 2011

    blanche, those letters are from thieves, not banks.
    change your email address. and don’t give the new one out.

  2. Yvonna, 01 July, 2011

    @ me: You are right.
    Although nowadays most banks seem to be “white collar scammers”,
    this is one of the well known 419-mails, sent out from scammers in westafrica.
    And true: greedy people tend to be gullible.

    Have a secure day,

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