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#407075 by Troy Platt Wed Mar 25, 2020 8:37 am
From: "\"Central Bank of Nigeria\"" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:07:04 +0100
Subject: Change of beneficiary

Banking and Payments System Department
Central Bank of Nigeria

Attn: Sir,

I am Dipo Fatokun, Director, Banking and Payments System Department of
Central bank of Nigeria (CBN). I want to know and be sure that you
advised one Mr. Stewart McLoughlin, a British Citizen to stand and
claim your outstanding payment with our bank because we have been
mandated by the Federal Government of Nigeria and United Nations in
conjunction with the World Bank to oversee, verify and pay all
outstanding payments to their respective beneficiaries.

Below is the account information as presented by Mr. Stewart
McLoughlin as your partner based on the ground that you are sick and
will not be able to accomplished the transaction and memorandum of
understanding has been reached between you and him.

(1)Bank Name: Royal Bank of Scotland
(2)Account Number: 11 41 79 08
(3)Account Name: Stewart McLoughlin
(4)Sort Code: 16 16 23.

You are to get back to this office as soon as you receive this email
to enable us proceed with the transfer into the account as provided by
your partner, Mr. Stewart McLoughlin.

Awaiting for your immediate response so that we can proceed with the
transfer to the account of Mr. Stewart McLoughlin your partner. All
you have to do is to contact me immediately in case you did not
authorize this change.


Dipo Fatokun
Dir. Banking and Payments System Department

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