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Unread postby SlapHappy » Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:09 am

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Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2013 04:17:33 -0800
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Subject: OVERDUE PAYMENT COMPENSATION
From: "Dr. Abraham Nwankwo Director-General, Debt Management Office, Nigeria" <apaymentoffice002@gmail.com>
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

DEBT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (DMO)
INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SETTLEMENT DEPT
SPECIAL PAYMENT SCHEME (ATM-MASTER CARD)
CENTRAL BUSINESS AREA, P.M.B. 251
HEAD QUARTERS-ABUJA.

Dear Sir/Madam,

OVERDUE PAYMENT COMPENSATION

This is to officially inform you that we have verified your
contract/inheritance payment file and found out that you are yet to be
paid for your inability to fulfill the obligation given to you.

Sequel to this, the office of the president of the Federal Republic of
Nigeria has just approved a compensational payment for immediate
release to you through SWIFT ATM mode of payment, totaling Five
Hundred Thousand United States Dollars for 50 beneficiaries (1ST
BATCH) around the world who have been victim of SCAM (419) in line
with a WORLD BANK, UNITED NATION / IMF order in a tripartite meeting
held in the Federal capital territory Abuja.

As at the time of writing this email to you, 17 applicants has been
paid in the last one week, half of the victims are from the United
States and Asia, we still have more 33 left to be paid the
compensations of (US$1,000,000.00) each only.

Your particulars were mentioned by one of the syndicates who were
arrested in Imo State Nigeria as one of their victims of the
operations who is now at large, you are hereby warned not to
communicate or duplicate this message to him for any reason, and the
US secret service is already on the trail of the criminal.

However, in the process explained to you, a domiciliary account will
be created in your name in our bank, chosen to handle this payment
mode (under funding assistance by the Central Bank of Nigeria AND THE
WORLD BANK) and you will be given an ATM CARD with a credit limit of
$60,000.

Upon creation of this account, the account number, a PIN CODE AND ATM
CARD will be sent to you by courier for withdrawals from any ATM
CENTER in any part of the world. With a credit limit of $60,000 you
can only withdraw this amount per day. For the purpose of
clarification, to facilitate the sending of this card to you, you are
advised to reconfirm

your, Full Names:
Direct Telephone Number :
Physical Address with Zip Code:
Age:

So that there will be no error during the delivery of the ATM MASTER
CARD to you in your country of residence.

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BEAR THE COST OF DELIVERY (COURIER SERVICE)
US$150. WARNING: IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED TO TAKE THIS DELIVERY
CHARGE,YOU DO NOT NEED TO COMPLETE THE REQUIRED INFORMATION ABOVE.
THIS IS A WORLD BANK / IMF AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
DIRECTIVE, EMAIL: office.presidency.fgn1@presidency.com

Thanks as we await your prompt response. Further details if we here from you.

Faithfully Yours,

Dr. Abraham Nwankwo
Director-General,
Debt Management Office, Nigeria
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