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#27140 by Breakwind Thu Apr 22, 2010 12:51 pm
From Chinedu Joseph. Wed Apr 21 11:30:37 2010
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FROM: Chinedu Joseph
E-mail:[email protected]
Tell: 234-7042908864
Dear Sir/Ma,


The prompting of this letter is anchored on my strong desire to solicit your partnership and assistance over a beneficial transaction involving the transfer of the sum of US$76,000,000.00 (Seventy six million USA dollars) from Nigeria to Overseas.

Am the chairman Contract Awarding Committee of the Nigerian National petroleum corporation (NNPC). The above stated amount was realized as a result of deliberate over-invoicing on contracts executed for my parasitical by foreign firms.

During the period of executing this assignment, my colleagues and I resolved to over-invoice some of the contracts for our personal gains. These contracts have since been executed and the actual contract value paid to the contractors leaving this over invoiced amount, which we intend to transfer outside for our private, use.But, we are aware that we cannot handle this operation alone because the contracts in question was executed by foreigners so it is imperative that we have to involve a foreigner in order to succeed in this deal, hence we are soliciting for partnership of a reliable and capable overseas company or individual who can
receive these fund on our behalf and hold safely until our arrival in that country for shearing.

In these regards, we will present the overseas counterpart as one of the contractors who executed the contracts and he the overseas/foreign counterpart will be required to provide to us a secured foreign Bank Account so that we can receive the
over-invoiced amount through him or the company that he will nominate for mutual benefit. We have made arrangements to this effect in every relevant government sectors/offices and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) respectively for a hitch free transaction.

Considering the proceeds of this transaction, we have unanimously agreed that all expenses incurred in the process of perfecting the remittance documents and modalities that will guarantee a successful transfer of the funds into your account would be deducted from the total sum before we compensate you with 30% of the total funds transferred while 70% will be kept for us.

If you are interested and capable please contact me through my email address: [email protected] so that we can discuss
further and go into action immediately.

Thanks and Regards,

Chinedu Joseph
Tel: 234-7042908864

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