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Subject:  From United States Consulate.
From:  "United State Consulate"<>
Date:  Sun, 07 Mar 2010 05:27:12 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "From United States Consulate." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 07 Mar 2010 05:27:12 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "United State Consulate"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attention: Beneficiary,
                                                            NOTIFICATION LETTER
This is to notify you that you are among the beneficiaries that the Government of Nigeria through 
the Federal Ministry of Finance forwarded their outstanding payment file to us for payment. This is 
after the agreement reached during the signing of Economic Aid loan agreement between the Nigerian 
government with the G8 in partnership with IMF/WORLD BANK. The said agreement empowers the United 
States of American Consulate in Nigeria to handle forthwith all outstanding payment of foreign 
beneficiaries, and we have received all payment files from the Ministries in charge. 
We do not know if the source of your outstanding payment valued US$12.5M as stated in your payment 
file was as a result inheritance, contract payment or lottery winning, but you are advised to 
contact us for clarification upon receipt of this notification letter to enable us process and 
recommend your fund for payment through our proved designated bank in Nigeria.
The inability of Nigeria government to pay outstanding foreign beneficiaries their funds even after 
so many of these beneficiaries must have spent hugely has created a big diplomatic and bilateral 
face-off between the Nigerian government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, 
the U.S Government as well as the International community hence the refusal of the United States 
President Barack Obama to visit Nigeria in his maiden African visit, and also the listing of 
Nigeria as one of the terrorist nations to be strictly monitored after the failed terrorist attempt 
by a Nigerian (AbdulMutallab) on the 25th December 2009.
In view of this, the United States Consulate has been mandated to handle all payment verification 
and recommend genuine beneficiaries for payment. Among the criteria set for approval of the loan 
for the Nigerian government as highlighted above is for the United States Consulate in Nigeria to 
takeover charge and pay all verifiable beneficiaries after thorough scrutiny of payment documents 
as contained in various payment files with us. This is to ensure no fraud is perpetrated again as 
it has been the case considering the numerous complaints received by the United Nation Regional 
Office in Africa.
Consequently, since the World Bank and IMF has agreed for only one bank in Nigeria to handle all 
this transaction due to their participation in fraud, your fund is going to be paid through this 
Equitorial Trust bank. Therefore, to enable us proceed, you should send to this office the below 
stated information for verification and scrutiny of your claim prior to payment. 
This will enable us finalize with the head of government and transfer your fund. Do contact us on 
the below address for further details: Also you must ensure that 
the specified information above is provided for speedy attention on your payment file.
Ms. Debra Taplin Hunter.
For: Mr. Darrell D. Schiebinger
Director, Debt Payment Unit,
United States Consulate
#2 Walter Carrington Crescent, V.Island Lagos.

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