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#432690 by Ian Page Fri Apr 22, 2022 5:45 am
From: [email protected]
Subject: GOOD NEWS FOR YOU
Received: Fri 22 Apr 2022 at 00:14


Beneficiary.

Reference:The Deduction of Your Payment,

This is to inform you that in the course of my investigation as director of payment verification / implementation committee I came across your name as unpaid fund beneficiary in the record of the central bank of Nigeria and other banks that are supposed to get your funds released to you. My committee was set up by the payment reconciliation committee to verify and scrutinize all outstanding debts owed to our foreign beneficiaries in accordance with the information received from the United States government and other countries over unpaid huge debts owed to Foreigners.

Having seen your file and my further questioning to the officials of the central bank of Nigeria and ministry of finance as to why your payment is still pending reveals the rot and corruption in the system.
The bank officials told me that the reason why you haven’t received your payment is due to your inability to pay for the required charges for transfer of funds to your account. When I asked them why they didn’t deduct the said charges from your principal sum, I was given the flimsy excuse that you never authorized them to do so. When I put the question across to them if they ever advised you that such charges could be deducted from your principal fund, the answer I got was no.
Now, if you do not tell this beneficiary that such charges could be deducted from his or her principal fund, how will he or she know that such options are available for such beneficiaries.

From my investigation I discovered that these bank officials deliberately refused to let the charges be deducted from your principal fund because they want your fund to remain trapped in the bank, while they continue to extort money from beneficiaries under some flimsy excuse. You do not need to pay any money to any official, all you are required to do is swear to an affidavit at the federal high court of Nigeria, authorizing the bank to deduct all charges from your principal fund and transfer the balance of funds after deduction to your bank account. If you have spent any money in the past in your quest for payment, kindly let me know so that I can follow this up.

You can reach me on my phone or email for a directive on how you can get the deduction done as soon as possible and get your payment also.

Yours sincerely,

Thank you.
Yours in Services
Dr.Clement Soda
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#437801 by Link Mon Jan 23, 2023 4:39 pm
Stanley Biko
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From: Stanley Biko <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2023 16:18:27 +0100

Subject: UNITED NATIONS
To: undisclosed-recipients:;




UNITED NATIONS
WORLD BANK ASSISTED PROGRAM
DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL
PAYMENT AND TRANSFERS
NIGERIA EMBASSY AFFILIATE
WIRE TRANSFER/AUDIT UNIT.

Beneficiary,

We the authorities of the United Nations, having resolved with
Santander Bank UK which is the bank now responsible for the payment of
your long awaited funds of $10.5M, The bank have agreed that you pay a
minimum of $50 only for authorization and legalization and receive a
part payment of your funds worth $1,000,000.00, and by the time you
confirm this money in your account, you can now pay the remaining
balance and receive the remaining part of your funds which is $9.5M.

This is the best and final option for you to receive your long
awaited funds and be happy, I will send you the information on how to
send the fee to me once I hear from you, I await your swift response,
Congratulations and God bless.

Yours Truly,

Rev. William Clarke.
Remittance Department.
United Nations.
NIGERIA EMBASSY AFFILIATE

If you're here because you received the same email as what I posted and you're wondering if it's a scam...YES, it's a scam.

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