The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Your Payment Notification.
Date:  Fri, 08 Jan 2010 02:41:17 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Your Payment Notification." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 08 Jan 2010 02:41:17 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "ACCOUNTANT GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION."<>, although it may have been spoofed.

                                                   FROM CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA


Be informed that all the fees you are supposed to pay before receiving your contract/Inheritance 
fund have been waived off. You are to contact ASS.DEPUTY GOVERNOR DR.ERNEST EBI (CBN) or call him on +234-702-5146124 only for your processing fee and he will 
transfer your contract fund to you immediately. No other charges accept the processing fee.

Your PASSCODE is: 999-035-2655 ( Fund Transfer confirmation same day).Listen you are free to make 
your inquiries regarding to this proposal with any licensed and reliable authorities but do not 
make your inquiries with any individual or unlicensed parastetals to avoid giving out the governors 
contacts information’s to fraudsters. His contact telephone number will be given to you as you 
requested for it. You have no other payment to make except the processing fee. Your Payment will be 
through Electronic Telegraphic Transfer. No need of calling any solicitor/Official Again of moving 
to federal ministry of finance or any other authority for your payment.

This is newly introduced system of payment by the Central Bank of Nigeria to avoid experiences of 
incessant Fraud, illegal extortion of money from Contractors and to enhance transparency. This will 
also help you not to be deceived by any person telling you that your funds will be delivered to you 
at your doorstep through a diplomatic courier company. This has been widely warned in the internet 
but people are still falling victim. WHEN YOUR FUND IS TRANSMITTED, DR.ERNEST EBI WILL INFORM YOU 
YOUR BANK. You will only apply the pass code when you have paid your processing fee because for 
now, it is still invalid until your fund is transmitted.

If you pay your processing fee your pass code will be authenticated and gets valid thereby 
transmitting your funds to the newly introduced system of payment by the Central Bank of Nigeria 
and you can then make the transfer by yourself using the guideline. You can try the guideline as an 
instance,* with your digital telephone dial our bank access code: 23414742705 it will request your 
Bank Account number as soon as your pass code is valid then press #, at a voice prompt enter your 
pass code and press # and you will be credited. (This will automatically work if your pass code is 
valid) BUT TRY IT NOW AND NOTE THAT PASSCODE IS STILL INVALID. This is very simple just contact Dr 
Ernest Ebi and make sure you keep your pass code secret to avoid interception.

Contact me if there is any delay from the so called gentleman in charge. Any other contact or 
payment you make apart from the processing fee is at your own risk.Be informed that so many 
unauthorized individuals do parade themselves as our Officials and impose bogus bills on our 
contractors with their syndicates home and abroad. Take precautionary measure henceforth. You have 
been notified.

Yours faithfully,
Mrs. Stella Okoye.

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