A Scam Email with the Subject "Fwd: Payment Method CHANGED !" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 05 Jul 2008 06:27:11 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was email@example.com, although it may have been spoofed.
Central Bank of Nigeria Foreign Debts Payment Transfer Dept Corporate Headquarters C.B.N National Building 5th Floor, East Wing, RM 21 Inner Marina, Lagos Island NG Line 1: +234-806-653-3486 Fax: + 1-206-203-4512 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Date: 04/07/2008 Your Ref: Our Ref: Cenbank/323/2350 Dear Beneficiary, An application was forwarded to me yesterday by Mr Mike Pedro, Spring Bank (Nigeria) Plc for payment via Key Telegraphic Transfer. He explained that when the payment method chosen by the Federal Government was said to be risky and not advisable, also you were reportedly said to have doubted the delivery of the box containing your money. Upon receipt of your details, i went through your informations forwarded to me. Know that an account has been opened in your name. This new account was opened solely for the transfer of the $12 Million Dollars. To transfer your money, apply for your Transfer Code by sending us a mail with subject: Transfer Code Application. Once a Transfer Code is alloted to you, a confirmation message will be sent to you from this Department, then with your digital phone you can dial our Online Bank Telephone: +234-802-240-9821, once you get through to our customer care representative, you will be asked a few questions and upon successful completion of giving correct information as on file, your account will be credited immediately with $12 Million Dollars which is the payment we were instructed to pay to you y Spring Bank (Nigeria) Plc. Any payment you make apart the Transfer Code Application is at your own risk. Be informed that, so many unauthorized individuals do parade themselves as our officials and impose bogus bills on Contractors/Beneficiaries thereby scaring them off away from their entitlement which the Federal Government released for payment over two (2) years ago. Report all fraudulent practices to this office. For more clarifications, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call: +234-806-653-3486. Dr. Tunde Lemo Dep. Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria.