The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

Date:  Tue, 29 Jul 2008 13:05:56 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT NOTIFICATION" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 29 Jul 2008 13:05:56 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

You’re Attn,

We have received a payment credit instruction from the federal Government of Nigeria to credit your 
account with your full contract funds from the Nigerian reserve account with our bank.
This is to notify you that your funds have been programmed for immediate release into your 
nominated bank account but we can not transfer this fund direct to your nominated bank account, 
because we are having a little problem with International Monetary Fund (IMF) so our method of 
payment is by Diplomatic Courier Service. Be informed that every arrangement regarding your cash 
payment through diplomatic services has been made, note that your funds have been packaged like a 
consignment and will be delivered to your doorstep. Note that the Diplomatic Agency has to move 
down to your Country in order to deliver the Consignment to your doorstep.
You have to help the diplomats to get (yellow Tag Paper) so that the customs and immigration will 
not stop them in Airport, for security reason you are advised to follow the rules and regulation of 
the diplomats for easy collection of the consignment, you have to welcome the diplomatic agent, to 
enable them deliver the Consignment to you immediately or you have to make arrangement to be in one 
of our diplomatic agent paying house office to receive your payment. be informed that as soon as 
the diplomats obtain the above name certificate they will deliver the Consignment to your door 
step. This consignment have been registered with FBI and there is no course for alarm because this 
is the best way that you can get your fund without any problem due to the numerous scam activities 
on the internet, it is not safe to send one bank information anymore, so that is why we choose this 
method to effect your contract payment through a consignment and you are advice to provide all 
Information so t
hat there will not be any
We are sorry for the delays in your contract payment please bear with us. However, you are to 
reconfirm to us the following information so that the consignment does not go to the wrong person.
Your Full Name: ________________________
Your Complete Address: ___________________
Country: ______________________________________
Direct Telephone Number: ______________________
Mobile Number: ________________________________
AGE: _________________________________________
Fax Number: ___________________________________
Occupation: ________________________________
Nearest airport: ______________________________
Note that as soon as the diplomatic arrive to your country they will give you a call immediately to 
enable you help them to get (yellow tag paper). Also all documents will be released to you to 
protect you from any breach of the law. Note that this payment will commence immediately I receive 
your information, this is to remind you that they has a transit to London and finally arrive to 
your Country as the last destination on their diplomatic travel route. 
Yours in service,       
Professor Charles Soludo
Executive Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

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