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

Subject:  Sir, did you sent somebody from Switzerland Mr. schemirlat and some Nigeria representatives to the B
Date:  Sat, 05 Dec 2009 03:55:38 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Sir, did you sent somebody from Switzerland Mr. schemirlat and some Nigeria representatives to the B" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 05 Dec 2009 03:55:38 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "FEDERAL EXECTIVE COUNCIL"<>, although it may have been spoofed.





                          INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT 



                                        CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA                               


                                           Tinubu Square, Lagos-Nigeria. 





We write to enquiry from you if you have sent somebody from Switzerland Mr. schemirlat and some 
Nigeria representatives to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to make claim on your behalf. Today at 
about 10:00am Nigeria time, Mr. Schemirlat and your Nigeria representatives came to the Bank saying 
that you have sent them to make claim on your behalf on your contract funds. I initially instructed 
for the release of the fund to them as they came with all obligatory documents, but on cross 
checking your contract file. 


I discovered that the Bank Account Number they presented was different from your own bank account 
that’s make us to suspect them, this is a serious matter in the bank now and we have given a 
mandate to release this fund to you by the Presidency, by appointed a new IMF Officer, Mr. Tom 
Dawson, Now we have requested them to forward a Power of Attorney from you, informing the Central 
Bank of Nigeria (CBN) of the change in account number. This they could not produce immediately. I 
have asked them to come back in two days time, this is to enable us contact you and verify how 
genuine these men are to you, though they promised to produce the Power of Attorney on their next 
visit to the bank. 


I have deemed is necessary to contact you and ascertain the true position in other to avoid 
remitting these funds into a wrong account. Could you please contact the appointed manager above 
through his fax/ telephone number confirm matters before we start taking Legal Action, but if they 
are from you, kindly give the Power of Attorney for the payment of the contract funds into the 
Switzerland account US AG Banking Switzerland. You should note that by the authorities of the 
Presidency, and in line with the enabling decree of Act Section 512 &No 8220, A No 8221, in 
Consultation with the relevant bodies the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) The National Economic 
Intelligence Committee (NEIC) and the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF), we have resolved that all 
overdue contract payments be released this half in absolute obedience to the I.M.F and World Bank 
Mandatory Condition ties of service to our Foreign Capital Debts. 


Based on this, this office has been mandated by the Presidency to handle all payments due to 
Foreign Beneficiaries. You should therefore disregard any correspondence that you may have or may 
come to you from any other department. 


Please assist us to expedite action immediately you receive this message now, I will be in the 
office waiting for your anticipating prompt response and co-operation. 



Yours faithfully, 


                    Dr. Ernest Ebi 




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