I am Engr.Stanley Lawson.the chief finance officer at the Nigerian National Petroleum co-oporation. (N.N.P.C) I got your information through an attachee at the Nigerian chamber of commerce, industry,mines And Agriculture,In my search for a reliable and reputable institution/person who can handle a very strictly, confidential transaction of the transfer of $9million to a reliable account. This $9million is in the suspense account of my department for some time now which represents the surplus of an overvalued contract executed for the corporation some years back.I am seeking if you will permit the surplus to be remitted into your personal/company account so that the money remitted will be shared among the parties concerned. However, I want to receive your assurance that you will not sit on the money when it goes into your account. Most importantly, this transaction must be kept confidential in order to protect the confidence reposed in the officials involved in this transaction. We have agreed in principle that 65% of the money goes to the officials where the money originated while 30% to the owner of the account.5% for expences incured during the transaction. I wish to inform you that this transaction requires urgent reply to enable us conclude the transaction soonest. If you accept this request, please contact me through the above address for further details. Your urgent response will be highly appreciated. Best regards, Engr.Stanley Lawson. email@example.com NIGERIA NATIONAL PETROLUM CO-OPERATION NNPC
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