--- On Sun, 4/26/09, ahmed musa <email@example.com> wrote:
From: ahmed musa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sunday, April 26, 2009, 12:01 PM
We hereby wish to inform you that the fund scheduled to be in your account
which you have been notified of the action against it will be returned to
Nigerian Government/other african states and affilliate countries since
you are unable to prove yourself to this commission as the beneficiary
you shall be confronted by the Nigerian Government/other african states
and affiliate countries on how you came about this fund. Your Bank account
will be confiscated within 48hours from now if you fail to comply with
this office and proper investigation will be done.You should understand
the legal implications involved in this attempted Money Laundering. You
should prepare yourself towards facing justice with the International
Court of Justice for the unlawful act.You have been suspected as going
contrary to the Nigerian and International laws by receiving huge sums
with no security explanations or documentation, you should be prepared to
conclude this with the law enforcement agencies involved or give us
details how you are involved with the funds involved.
We have been following your communications with your partners in Africa,
you should not fail to list all thier contact informations and recent
communication about this funds, note that if you fail to comply you maybe
prosecuted for this.
Expect your urgent response before we take actions.We take particular
interest in nigeria and other african states here because most of these
money laundering issues originate from mainly nigeria and other african
states and their government has registered strong interest and protest
European and International Policy Office.
Address:Local Government House
CC: AMERICAN EMBASSY IN NIGERIA
CC: AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP PLC.
CC: ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIME COMMISSION (EFCC).
CC: HOMELAND SECURITIES ORGANISATION OF AMERICA, ( WASHINGTON DC.)
CC; INTERNATIONAL POLICE (INTERPOL