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CONTACT INFO Invitation: RE.YOUR DELAY PAYMENT OF 7.5M @ Friday 08 December 2017

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WARNING: These are scams. They are Emails sent to a honeytrap address only ever used for this purpose. Do not reply to these people, they will try to con you into paying out money in return for nothing.


From: CONTACT INFO <contactinfo511@yahoo.com>
Date:
Subject: Invitation: RE.YOUR DELAY PAYMENT OF $7.5M @ Friday, 08 December 2017

DEC
08 “RE.YOUR DELAY PAYMENT OF $7.5M”

When
Friday, 08 December 2017
01:30 PM to 02:30 PM
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time – Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London

Message
FROM INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT FIRST BANK NIGERIA PLC 35
ASABA HOUSE LAGOS NIGERIA CONTACT EMAIL: firstbankplc2015@gmail.com
Dear Beloved Beneficiary This letter is written to inform you the
reason behind your delay payment. I am Rev.Chris Amah the
Director,International Remittance Department of this Bank,my Formal
Boss,Mr.Jacobs M.Ajekigbe,the Managing Director/CEO of this bank is
now on compulsory leave and all power have been vested on me to make
all international payments.Also,due to reported cases of corrupt
practices in other Nigeria Banks including the Central Bank of
Nigeria,the Federal Government has revoked/canceled all power vested
on those banks and has appointed our bank (First Bank of Nigeria) to
make all foreign payments.Be informed that the Federal Government have
approved the release of part-payment of$7.5M(Seven Million Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars) out of your total funds,which has been in
this bank for many years unclaimed because Mr.Jacobs
Ajekigbe,Collaborated with the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria
(CBN)and have refused to tell you the truth on how to claim your fund
this is because he has been using the interest accumulated from your
fund every year to enrich himself without your knowledge,I want to
help you pull out this fund to your bank account using the easiest and
the quickest method,which have not been made known to you before.By
this method,you will open a domiciliary account with this bank (First
Bank of Nigeria),Where the fund would be 1st lodged into,before it can
directly credit to any bank of your choice. After the transfer,you
will confirm the fund in your bank account within 5hours the same
day.No Cost of Transfer (COT) and no stoppage from any Government
departments as the transfer will be done within the bank alone and it
is very safe.The method which was introduced to you before is the
Telegraphic Transfer (TT) for which confirmation was 48hrs,because of
the time factor,petitions could come from various organizations
stopping your payment and asking you to pay huge fee which would be
difficult for you to pay so that they can benefit from the huge
interest your fund generates while still in the Bank. This method is
not safe for you because it is not done within the bank alone as
information of the payment would be sent to the Central Control Unit
(CCU) of the Federal Ministry of Finance and office of the Accountant
General of the Federation.As a good Christian, I have nothing to gain
by keeping your fund,I want to assist you receive your fund Before it
accumulate Dumurrage.You have to follow up and work with me now.
Ensure that you keep this very confidential because of fraudsters and
impostors who go about presenting various bank accounts in order to
divert another beneficiarys fund. your advise to reconfirm the
following details below to us with valid account co-ordinates and
amount to be claimed. Note your transfer code is FBXNZ7XX5M you must
keep it confidential to avoid intruder or claim by anyone so that I do
not transfer your fund to the wrong Bank Account. 1.Account Holders
Name………. 2.Bank Name…………. 3.Bank Address……… 4.Home
Address……… 5.Swift Code………. 6.Your Contact Cell
Phone…… 7.Occupation………. 8.Age…………….. 9.A Copy of
your id Finally i ask for your mutual understanding and cooperation to
serve you better. Yours truly, Rev.Chris Amah First Bank Nigeria Plc.

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