Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2004

Scam mail from: HON.ISA WILLIAMS

Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 16:53:30 +0100
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
From: atiku benson <>
Reply-to: atiku benson <isawill31@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Confidential Business Relationship.

I decided to write you this proposal because, here in Nigeria, we are not allowed to open a foreign account and the money we intend to transfer is funds we derived from election contracts that was executed in my organization INEC. During the preparation of the election that is, the last quarter of our newly Democratic dispersion 2003 about US$billion was allocated to my agency INEC to use in conducting all categories of elections and awarded contracts for the supply of ballot boxes and voting cards.

During that period contracts were awarded here and there, after the election was concluded about US$800million was utilized while US$200million was remaining in the INEC treasure account.After the election and the new civilian government was inaugurated and took over affairs I was asked as the chief financial Director of INEC to give accountability as regards to how funds was utilized. Before given this records, I and four colleagues of mine in office has agreed to take out U$5.2million&nbsp; (Five Million Two Hundred Thousand United State Dollars Only) through over invoicing of another contract that was not executed but was just an avenue to take out the money from INEC treasury account to our Central Bank of Nigeria forex account for transferring it out at appropriate time.Note, reasons for keeping the funds in CBN forex account is for it to be easier for transfer since from every indication we can not come up openly to claim the money hence the paying authorities will find out and seize the money.

Further more after much consideration and sensing the difficulties we are having in opening a foreign account, we decided to contact here so that we will prepare payment application on your behalf to look as if the US$5.2million that was kept in the CBN forex account is meant for an outstanding debt of contract claim payable to you or your company.Note again, this operation has been cross-checked over and over again and from the master strategy we have, the deal must go through because we are very sure we won’t fail that’s why the deal must be finalized within two weeks and most especially no risk is involved for your participation.Finally, most of the documents involved will be proceed by we except signing of the payment documents and contract documents which will be done by you the beneficiary before the money will be released to you either by cash or by telegraphic wire transfer to your designated bank any where in the world.Meanwhile, we have agreed that the money will be shared thus 50% will be for us (My colleagues and I) while 20% will be for the investment purposes and also 20% will be for you providing the necessary assistance, and the remaining 10% shall be mapped out for both local/Int’l expenses that might be incurred during the transaction, we will not contact any other person or company until we re convinced that you are not interested in this proposal.In the light of the above, we would require the following information from you to facilitate the speedy transfer of the fund into your account.

(1)Your company name and address including telephone and fax numbers
(2)Your nominated bank Particulars
(3)Your private telephone and fax numbers for easier communication.
Please reach me through my e-mail indicating your interest in this business while you are expected to confine everything strictly to yourself only, so endeavour to send the requested information and waits for further update.
Regards
HON.ISA WILLIAMS

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2004

Scam mail from: HON.ISA WILLIAMS

Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 16:53:30 +0100
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
From: atiku benson <>
Reply-to: atiku benson <isawill31@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Confidential Business Relationship.

I decided to write you this proposal because, here in Nigeria, we are not allowed to open a foreign account and the money we intend to transfer is funds we derived from election contracts that was executed in my organization INEC. During the preparation of the election that is, the last quarter of our newly Democratic dispersion 2003 about US$billion was allocated to my agency INEC to use in conducting all categories of elections and awarded contracts for the supply of ballot boxes and voting cards.

During that period contracts were awarded here and there, after the election was concluded about US$800million was utilized while US$200million was remaining in the INEC treasure account.After the election and the new civilian government was inaugurated and took over affairs I was asked as the chief financial Director of INEC to give accountability as regards to how funds was utilized. Before given this records, I and four colleagues of mine in office has agreed to take out U$5.2million&nbsp; (Five Million Two Hundred Thousand United State Dollars Only) through over invoicing of another contract that was not executed but was just an avenue to take out the money from INEC treasury account to our Central Bank of Nigeria forex account for transferring it out at appropriate time.Note, reasons for keeping the funds in CBN forex account is for it to be easier for transfer since from every indication we can not come up openly to claim the money hence the paying authorities will find out and seize the money.

Further more after much consideration and sensing the difficulties we are having in opening a foreign account, we decided to contact here so that we will prepare payment application on your behalf to look as if the US$5.2million that was kept in the CBN forex account is meant for an outstanding debt of contract claim payable to you or your company.Note again, this operation has been cross-checked over and over again and from the master strategy we have, the deal must go through because we are very sure we won’t fail that’s why the deal must be finalized within two weeks and most especially no risk is involved for your participation.Finally, most of the documents involved will be proceed by we except signing of the payment documents and contract documents which will be done by you the beneficiary before the money will be released to you either by cash or by telegraphic wire transfer to your designated bank any where in the world.Meanwhile, we have agreed that the money will be shared thus 50% will be for us (My colleagues and I) while 20% will be for the investment purposes and also 20% will be for you providing the necessary assistance, and the remaining 10% shall be mapped out for both local/Int’l expenses that might be incurred during the transaction, we will not contact any other person or company until we re convinced that you are not interested in this proposal.In the light of the above, we would require the following information from you to facilitate the speedy transfer of the fund into your account.

(1)Your company name and address including telephone and fax numbers
(2)Your nominated bank Particulars
(3)Your private telephone and fax numbers for easier communication.
Please reach me through my e-mail indicating your interest in this business while you are expected to confine everything strictly to yourself only, so endeavour to send the requested information and waits for further update.
Regards
HON.ISA WILLIAMS

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