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Subject:  Urgent From Central Bank of Nigeria.
From:  "Mr. Sanusi Lamido"<>
Date:  Fri, 18 Jun 2010 03:21:45 -0700
Category:  Generic

Attached Message
Attn : Beneficiary. 

I am delighted to inform you that I am the recent Central Bank of Nigeria Governor newly voted and 
approved by the Federal Republic of Nigeria government to legally be in charge of the entire local 
Banks and all the Micro finance Institutions.

I have received a payment credit instruction from the Federal Government of Nigeria to credit your 
account with your full contract funds valued the total Sum of US$10,700,000.00 (Ten million Seven 
Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) which was overdue by the former Governor of CBN “Prof. 
Charles C. Soludo” and his deputy governor Dr. Ernest Ebi. and they  dubious officials.

The Ex- CBN Governor (Prof. Charles C. Soludo and Dr. Ernest Ebi) has been expelled from the office 
early Last two month with all his co-officials who have been hypocritical to our dear honorable 
contractors who are yet to receive their awarded contract payment.

With duly procedure, your funds has been programmed for immediate release into your nominated bank 
account as appear in our beneficiary file, but unfortunately, we are having a little problem with 
International Monetary Fund (IMF) because of the recent occurrence of scam in our record caused by 
our Ex- Governor (Prof. Charles C.Soludo and his deputy governor Dr. Ernest Ebi); for this reason, 
our recent safe method of payment is via diplomatic courier service.

Note: that at this time, every arrangement concerning your cash payment through diplomatic courier 
services has been made and your funds have been packaged as a consignment and registered with 
Presidential Diplomatic Courier Service for safe delivery.

Be also informed that a Diplomat Agent with International Traveling Immunity has to move down to 
your country in order to deliver the consignment to your doorstep as concluded.

Note that you will oblige to help the diplomats Agent to pay for a (None Inspected Permit Sticker) 
to avoid stoppage of any kind by the customs and immigration or examine of consignment at the 
airport in your country. The diplomat agent will give you a call to notify you of his arrival to 
your state.

Besides, you are advice to follow the rules and regulations of the diplomats for easy collection of 
your consignment. You will have to welcome the diplomat warmly to create an enabling atmosphere for 
him and then he will hand over the consignment to you in person immediately. Have it in mind that 
immediately the diplomat agent obtain the above named certificate (None Inspected Permit Sticker) 
he will deliver the consignment to your door step without any stoppage or hitch.

On response to this letter, make sure you include your following personal information, for the 
facilitation and processes of belongings.

Kindly re-confirm to me the followings:

1) Your full name: .........
2) Phone: ...........
3) Residential Address#: ............
4) Occupation: ...........
5) Profession: .........
6) Working ID / Int'l passport. :Attached
7) Are you a credit card owner? NO
8) Are you a property owner? No

Finally, you are strongly advice to cease all kinds of communication with any individual who is at 
present contact with you answering “Prof. Charles C. Soludo” as an avenue to execute all kind of 
scam payment activities to get money from you.

Best regards,

Mr. Sanusi Lamido,
New Elected Governor
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

N/B: You are not authorized to forward this notification to anybody
for your safeguard motive

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "Urgent From Central Bank of Nigeria." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 18 Jun 2010 03:21:45 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "Mr. Sanusi Lamido"<>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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