A Scam Email with the Subject "Re: Your Outstanding Payment" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 5 Mar 2014 12:27:26 -0800 (PST) and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Debt Management Office"<firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
(DEBT MANAGEMENT OFFICE)
P.M.B 532 GARKI, ABUJA
TEL/FAX: +234 704 619 8879
Attn: Honorable Beneficiary
How are you today? I hope and believe that you are fine and in good conditions of health.
By introduction, I am Dr.Abraham Nwankwo, the director, Debt Managements Office, Federal Republic of Nigeria responsible for the payment of all outstanding debts and services of Government of Nigeria. I am directed by the World Bank Group delegates through the office of the Presidency, Federal Republic of Nigeria to investigate the reasons associated with the unnecessary delay to the release of your outstanding sum and effect your transfer from government reserve account through Swift MT103 directly into your account immediately.
We have discovered with shocking revelations during our investigations that your payment has been unnecessarily delayed by some dubious and corrupt officials in Central Bank of Nigeria, Federal Ministry of Finance and other government parastatals.The worst of all these evils and maltreatment on your humble person is a conspiracy and a plot to TO DIVERT YOUR FUNDS INTO A DIFFERENT BANK ACCOUNTS FOR SELFISH REASONS BY ENDLESS IMPOSITION OF NON-EXISTENCE TAXES AND FEES.
In telegraphic transfers all over the world, what the remitting bank does is to deduct all charges from the beneficiary's principle sum and remit the balance.Therefore it is for your own interest that you stop all your correspondences with any other party, office or individual because you are doing so at your own risk. In view of this ugly situation, you are advised to reconfirm your Bank details where you wish your funds to be remitted to on your reply mail.
Thanks, we we look forward to hearing from you soonest.
Dr. Abraham Nwankwo
Director General, Debt Managements Office
Federal Republic of Nigeria