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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven

 

From: Nelson Steven
Reply-To: nelsonsteven2000@yahoo.co.uk
To: nelsonsteven@eresmas.com
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 16:16:13 -0800 (PST)
Subject: I wait to hear from you soonest
From Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven
Nnpc Towers Ikoyi Lagos,
Lagos Nigeria.

Dear friend,

I guess this letter may come to you as a surprise since I had no previous correspondence with you. I am the chairman of the contract awarding committee, federal ministry of petroleum resources Nigeria. I am in search for a reliable person with who to handle a very confidential transaction involving the transfer of fund valued thirty million United States dollars ($30m) to a safe foreign account.The above fund in question is not connected with arms, drugs or money laundering. It is the product of over invoice on contract awarded to a foreign contracting firm, in the year 1997 and this contracting firm has been duly paid off their total executed contract sum in April year 2001. The contract has been executed and payment of the actual contract amount made to the foreign contractor leaving the balance of $30m us dollars in a dormant account which my colleagues and I now want to transfer out of Nigeria into a reliable foreign account for our personal use.

As civil servants, we do not have the necessary foreign account machinery to successfully handle this transaction. Therefore it becomes necessary to source for a foreign company with the capability to act as the original beneficiary of the contract. My dear, it is a good thing that the president has endorsed the resolution passed by the senate that all foreign contractors owed by the federal government of Nigeria should be paid; we will seize this good opportunity to purport you as one of the beneficiaries to be paid.

If you are interested in this proposal kindly email to me your direct telephone and fax numbers, but if you cannot for any reason handle this transaction I should be grateful if you can introduce it to a reliable and trust worthy person in which in any case your interest will be properly taken care of. Meanwhile, my colleagues and I have decided to share the money in the following ratio: 60% for my colleagues and I, then 30% for you the account owner and 10% for all local and international expenses that may arise in the course of this transaction.Father details about this transaction will be discussed in the subsequent correspondence. This transaction is strictly confidential but 100% risk free. Note also that the particular nature of your business is irrelevant to this transaction and this transaction is expected to be concluded within 15 working days since all local contacts and arrangements have been properly perfected for a smooth and successful conclusion of this transaction.Have a nice day and god bless you.I wait to hear from you soonest

Respectfully,
Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven



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Nigerian Spam » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives » Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005


Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven

 

From: Nelson Steven
Reply-To: nelsonsteven2000@yahoo.co.uk
To: nelsonsteven@eresmas.com
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 16:16:13 -0800 (PST)
Subject: I wait to hear from you soonest
From Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven
Nnpc Towers Ikoyi Lagos,
Lagos Nigeria.

Dear friend,

I guess this letter may come to you as a surprise since I had no previous correspondence with you. I am the chairman of the contract awarding committee, federal ministry of petroleum resources Nigeria. I am in search for a reliable person with who to handle a very confidential transaction involving the transfer of fund valued thirty million United States dollars ($30m) to a safe foreign account.The above fund in question is not connected with arms, drugs or money laundering. It is the product of over invoice on contract awarded to a foreign contracting firm, in the year 1997 and this contracting firm has been duly paid off their total executed contract sum in April year 2001. The contract has been executed and payment of the actual contract amount made to the foreign contractor leaving the balance of $30m us dollars in a dormant account which my colleagues and I now want to transfer out of Nigeria into a reliable foreign account for our personal use.

As civil servants, we do not have the necessary foreign account machinery to successfully handle this transaction. Therefore it becomes necessary to source for a foreign company with the capability to act as the original beneficiary of the contract. My dear, it is a good thing that the president has endorsed the resolution passed by the senate that all foreign contractors owed by the federal government of Nigeria should be paid; we will seize this good opportunity to purport you as one of the beneficiaries to be paid.

If you are interested in this proposal kindly email to me your direct telephone and fax numbers, but if you cannot for any reason handle this transaction I should be grateful if you can introduce it to a reliable and trust worthy person in which in any case your interest will be properly taken care of. Meanwhile, my colleagues and I have decided to share the money in the following ratio: 60% for my colleagues and I, then 30% for you the account owner and 10% for all local and international expenses that may arise in the course of this transaction.Father details about this transaction will be discussed in the subsequent correspondence. This transaction is strictly confidential but 100% risk free. Note also that the particular nature of your business is irrelevant to this transaction and this transaction is expected to be concluded within 15 working days since all local contacts and arrangements have been properly perfected for a smooth and successful conclusion of this transaction.Have a nice day and god bless you.I wait to hear from you soonest

Respectfully,
Rev. Dr. Nelson Steven



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