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Subject:  Attention: The Beneficiary,
From:  "Mr. Ayuli Jemide" <>
Date:  Wed, 30 Aug 2017 05:42:07 -0400
Category:  Generic
Attention: The Beneficiary,
After serious thought, I decided to reach you directly and personally because I do not have 
anything against you but your Nigerian partners.
I am the director of the computer/SWIFT department of the Central bank of Nigeria. Sometime in the 
past your Nigerian partners approached me through a friend of mine who works with one of the 
federal parastatals here in Nigeria and requested that I assist them conclude a money transfer 
deal. They gave me your name, your Company's name and bank account particulars and told me to put 
them in the computer system in the Lab so that it will appear as if you are one of the genuine 
contractors cleared for payment.
According to them, they wanted to use this Strategy to transfer a huge amount of U.S. Dollars, 
which they accumulated through inflated contract awards, and the money has been floating in the CBN 
since the original contractors have been paid off, so they wanted to use your account to transfer 
the surplus out of Nigeria.
We agreed that once I do this, they would give me US$100,000.00 and give me another US$100,000.00 
when I Release the funds to your account. When they saw that, I have done what they requested and 
your name had been approved among the list of those to be paid, instead of giving me the agreed 
deposit of US$100,000.00 they started avoiding me and resorted to threats. I immediately deleted 
the transfer code of the funds, which is only known to me because of my position and released other 
contractors fund without yours.
They became angry the more when they realized that their threat did not work, and started bribing 
other officials to get another approval to transfer the money to you without success. Approvals are 
free. I am 100% responsible for the delay and obstruction because of their breach of agreement. If 
you doubt what I have just told you, pay any amount that they will ask you to pay now and after a 
short while they will come up with another reason for you to pay again and it goes on and on.
If you want us to work together, the below are my conditions:
1. I Will Have 30% of the Money Because It Is Only Two of Us Left For Now
2. You Will Bear the Full Cost of the Transfer Alone
3. As You Can See, It Will Be Useless And A Mere Waste Of Time And Money If You Continue With Any 
Other Person, Hence We Will Conclude This Transaction Together And With Utmost Secrecy.
If these conditions are suitable and acceptable to you, contact me immediately to let us finalize 
this deal finally. I have attached to this email our official SWIFT Transfer Form to complete and 
once it is has been verified and processed the contract payment would be released to your provided 
bank account. 
However, If you are not interested, I advise you to forget the funds as It will be returned to our 
consolidated national reserve.
Finally, you will have to accept to keep this transaction strictly confidential, if you accept my 
Mr. Ayuli Jemide.
Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N)

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "Attention: The Beneficiary," was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 30 Aug 2017 05:42:07 -0400 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "Mr. Ayuli Jemide" <>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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