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Subject:  We Fight Against Fraud, Funds Delay and Impersonation....
From:  "Chairman ICPC Nigeria."<marina@toptutors.ru>
Date:  Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:52:31 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "We Fight Against Fraud, Funds Delay and Impersonation...." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:52:31 -0400 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Chairman ICPC Nigeria."<marina@toptutors.ru>, although it may have been spoofed.

INDEPENDENT CORRUPT PRACTICES COMMISSION
Abuja Office - Headquarters
Plot 802 Constitution Avenue, Central District,
P.M.B 535, Garki Abuja Nigeria.
Our   Ref: ICPC/NG/FG/14
 
.....We Fight Against Fraud, Funds Delay and Impersonation....
 
   APPROVED SETTLEMENT NOTICE.
  
Attn: Beneficiary
  
I know that this mail will hit you by surprise, but firstly I will like to introduce myself; I am 
(Mr. Nta Ekpo) the Legal chairman of "ICPC", (Nigeria's Anti-Fraud Unit).on the 1st of October 
2000, the President of The Federal Republic of Nigeria (Chief Olusegun Obasanjo) introduced a 
Commission named the "ICPC", (Nigeria's Anti-Fraud Unit) which is duly registered under the United 
Nations (U.N.O), This particular Commission was initiated to detect fraud/funds delay/impersonation 
of Government Officials.
  
Secondly,we were mandated by the US Government and the FBI to settle foreign debts/fraud 
victims/UN-paid beneficiaries in other to maintain peace in the world at large and also to create a 
good relationship with the international bodies. Presently, we are being paid by the American 
government in other to avert beneficiary funds delays/fraud here in Nigeria.So far, we have settled 
these person's, likes (Mrs. Mary Mason, Mr. Greg Mendez etc).
 
You are being contacted by this office today dated  9/21/2017, because your Case File (A) is on our 
Settlement Files priority. From our intelligent investigations and Probing processes we discovered 
that you have been denied your claim. The "ICPC", is faithfully under my governance as the Legal 
Chairman of the great Commission and on this Authority I took an oath of allegiance to settle all 
fraud victims peacefully. 
 
This Memorandum is to notify you that you will be settled by the Nigerian Government from our 
initial Deposit Account with KEYSTONE BANK OF NIGERIA PLC, on the approval of our legal department.
  
You will be settled with the actual amount which you lost in your previous transaction, including 
your Inheritance Funds. Your settlement will be actualized within 3working days(72hrs) after your 
response to this Official Letter. 
 
For further clarifications/investigation kindly send the below information to office immediately:
 
1. Your residential address.
2. Mobile and fax number (for regular official contact).
3. Your inheritance funds value.
4. Amount, which you have lost previously.
5 Scan copy of your International Passport/Drivers License.
  
This above-mentioned information will officially enable us to carry out our verification processes 
and after that your sum/Inheritance Funds will be Electronically wired into your designated Bank 
account,or any of your choice of receiving your payment.
 
Your immediate compliance to this office will expedite action, Call me immediately +234-907-754-6103
  
We await your urgent response and for more clarifications.
  
Officially Closed by,
  
Mr. Ekpo Nta.
Chairman ICPC Nigeria.
Cc:The Accountant General of the Federation.
Cc:The Federal Ministry of Finance (F.M.F).
Cc:The Presidency/ATM Payment Office

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