Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Sir Spam-A-Alot

Checking my spam folder over the weekend and it looks like I've come into a bit of money. Of the many e-mails claiming I've won cash, this was the biggest of the prizes. What I could do with $5.3 Million.

FROM THE DESK OF: GOVERNOR CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.

CBN COMPLEX, GARIKI ABUJA,NIGERIA

P.BOX 2356478.

Attn:
I am the newly appointed governor of Central Bank of Nigeria.You are hereby
advised in your own interest to stop further contact with the former Governor
Prof. Charles Soludo and his deputy, Dr. Obadiah Mailafia. They are no longer
with central bank of Nigeria as their tenure has expired, anybody doing business
with them in the name of CBN or Government of Nigeria is doing that at his own
risk. On assumption of office 4th June 2009 I discovered that you are being owned
contract/inheritance payment of $5.3 million (United State Dollars) as unpaid
contract fund in Contractors Category [A] Record file.Therefore you required to
reconfirm your informations for verification and immediate payment within 24 hours.

1. Your full name________________________

2. You Full Address______________________

3. Age, date of birth and gender___________

4. Occupation______________________________

5. Telephone number mobile__________________

6. Home Telephone___________________________

7. Office Telephone_________________________

6. Copy of your identification_____________

7. Mode of payment________________________

We shall not entertain impostors and you must proof that you are the rightful owner of this fund before final payment, note that it is no longer business as usual Moreover, you are to submit all these information to our paying bank below.

BANK NAME: UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA NEW YORK

ADDRESS: 1 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, 8TH FLOOR NEW YORK,NY10020

CONTACT PERSON: MR DAN MANGLIO

You are to forward your response to MR.DAN MANGLIO for him to let you know how
and when you are going to receive your fund without any further delay.
Sincerely,

Dr.Sanusi Lamido
Governor Central Bank of Nigeria.

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