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

Subject:  PAYMENT FINALLY APPROVED
From:  "L.S."<mgscommunications@vcimail.com>
Date:  Sun, 20 Jun 2010 04:42:21 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "PAYMENT FINALLY APPROVED" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 20 Jun 2010 04:42:21 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "L.S."<mgscommunications@vcimail.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/04
IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT.CONTRACT #:
MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009.

Attn: Beneficiary 

This is to inform you that the Presidency has stepped into the payment of your contract / 
inheritance fund. The instruction to this Board to authorize your payment was given by the New 
President himself Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan following intelligence report on contract payment he 
received which revealed that the lower offices and department including some departments of Apex 
bank are engaging in the practice of payment delays through unnecessary use of bureaucratic office 
processes and imposition of unauthorized fees. This apart has been allegations that some officials 
of NNPC and CBN deliberately divert funds approved with the name of a beneficiary to accounts that 
were not given by the known contractor/ inheritor after the due processing and approval of such 
payment. 

To avoid and curtail such official misconduct and deliberate delay of foreign contractor?? payment 
under one flimsy reason or the other, the President of the Country therefore mandated me the newly 
elected Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to raise contractor?? and inheritance payment and 
ensure that such payments are received by the beneficiary within a short period of five (5) days 
from the day of notice. 

Based on the information in your payment file submitted to us from NNPC, formal CBN Governor (Prof. 
Charles C. Soludo) and FMF. Your name was in the list of Category? A? Beneficiaries whose payments 
have been verified and approved with the records indicating that your payment has long over due. 

The directive from the President based on all these findings is that I Mr. Lamido Sanusi the new 
Governor of CBN should make immediately uninterrupted payment of your contract/inheritance fund 
direct from the Federal Treasury. Other offices including Formal CBN Governor, Prof. Charles Soludo 
earlier handling your payment has been advised to hand over to me to avoid duplication of efforts, 
though such offices hesitate to let you know of this new development. 

I hereby use this medium to congratulate you and heart fully thank you for your patience and 
understanding during all this years of delays on your fund. 

In respect of this, I held a meeting with the representatives of concerned govt. bodies during 
which your contract file and other information of your payment were submitted. After going through 
your file a lot of official irregularities, impending stop orders and complexities surrounding the 
payment were discovered. Therefore, this office and the concerned bodies unanimously decided and 
approved that your payment will be made available to you once you reconfirm to me your details as 
shown below:

1) Your full name: 
2) Phone, fax and mobile #. 
3) Company name if any and position.
4) Profession: 
5) Address: 
5) Copy of Working ID / DIRIVERS LICENCE OR INT'LPASSPORT: 
6) Amount expecting:

I will advice you to reconfirm your details to me so that I can verify it and get back to you. 

NOTE: Should you want your payment via telegraphic wire transfer or cash delivery, quickly notify 
me.

Further details concerning your payment will be given to you once you contact the under signed on 
EMAIL: governorlamidosanusi@inmail24.com

Yours in service
Mr. Lamido Sanusi
Executive Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Federation
Federal Republic of Nigeria (FRN)
CELL: +2347058633667
Email:  governorlamidosanusi@inmail24.com

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