A Scam Email with the Subject "Urgent" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 22 Jun 2004 09:40:37 -0500 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was email@example.com, although it may have been spoofed.
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY FOREIGN PAYMENT UNIT 26B Presidential Complex Ikoya Lagos. TEL: 234-80-37062468 FAX: 234-1-7592313. Cablegram: presidency Ref: FGN/FPU/VOL. XX7-X1/04.
Re-ImmediateUS$20Million Part-Payment of Your Contract Fund with Federal Government of Nigeria. This is to inform you that the Presidency has stepped into the payment of= your contract funds with the Federal Government of Nigeria due to the com= plain you contractor?s make to United Nation and World Bank to sanction Nigeria= Government not to have any other business relationship with any country till we settle all our outstanding debts our to you foreign contractor?s.= A meeting was hold at Abuja regards to this sanction from the UN and Worl= d Bank for the settlement of this debts own to you contractor?s, I wish to inform you that an International Certified Bank Draft worth of US$20Milli= on has been raised in your favour as your name appear in our computer with some other vital documents that will help you cash the draft in your coun= try without problem and the balance will be paid to you in known distance tim= e. You are to come down here in Nigeria for the collection of this Draft/Doc= uments but alternatively if you can not make the trip here in Nigeria for the co= llection of this Draft/Documents here in Nigeria with a genuine reason you are to pay the US$365.00(Three Hundred And Sixty Five United States Dollars Only= ) for the Issuance Fee and DHL Fee of dispatching to you be inform to conta= ct only this Office Foreign Payment Unit Senator IBEH DAVID on this direct Telephone number 234-80-37062468 Fax: 234-1-7592313 for the collection of this US$20.000.000.00 in your returning fax to this= office reconfirm your phone and fax number. Note that your corporation towards this matter will help us a lot in rega= ining back our position with the UN and be advise to stop any other further con= tact with any office that is previously handling your payment they are not in position again to effect your fund in other not to jeopardize your effort= of receiving this funds even your local representatives here in Nigeria and attorney they done harm then good every day in your contract file reg= ards to change of account not given by you contractor?s. Understand that if you are cut by the Nigerian Telecommunication Monitori= ng Unit (NTMU) that you are contacting another office apart from this mentio= n office you are to pay a fine of US$20.000.00 for not adhering to our inst= ruction is not our wish to have your funds delayed a word is enough for a wise. Best regards, SENATOR IBEH DAVID Chairman Foreign Payment Unit.