Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Mr. Morgan B Jones



From: jbmorgan50i
Date: Aug 25, 2005 9:17 PM
Subject: FROM THE DESK OF MORGAN B. JONES

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE IN A FINANCIAL TRANSACTION.

I am interested in your partnership in business dealing. This business proposal I wish to intimate you with is of mutual benefit and it's success is entirely based on mutual trust, cooperation and a high level of confidentiality as regard this transaction.I am representing the board of the contract award and monitoring committee of the Nigerian Ministry of Mining and Resources. I am seeking your assistance to enable me transfer the sum of US$35,500,000.00 (Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) into your private/company account.

The fund came about as a result of contracts awarded and executed for and on behalf of the Ministry mentioned above. The contract was supposed to be awarded to two foreign contractors to the tune of US$100,000,000.00 (One hundred Million United States Dollars). But in the course of negotiation, the contract was awarded to a Bulgarian contractor at the cost of US$135,500,000.00 (One hundred and Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) to my benefit unknown to the contractor. This contract has been satisfactorily executed and inspected as the Bulgarian firm is presently securing payment from the Ministry, where the Board is in-charge of all foreign contract payment approval.

As a civil servant still in active government service, law forbids me to operate an account outside the shores of Nigeria. Hence this message to you seeking your assistance so as to enable me present your private/company account details as a beneficiary of contractual claims alongside that of the Bulgarian contractor, to enable me transfer the difference of US$35,500,000.00 (Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) into your provided account.On actualization, it has been agreed that the funds will be disbursed as stated accordingly:20% for you and 80% for us.What we request from you are,

1,your names, company name if any- otherwise we will use your name to register the company.
2, your address, Tel, fax and cell phone numbers.
The name of your bank and its address.Account number and swift code or routing number.The name of account holder/beneficiary.

All logistics and instrument are in place and all modalities worked out for a smooth actualization of the transfer of the funds within the next few working days of commencement. For further details as to the workability of this transaction, please reach me as soon as possible for further clarification. Please, call me on receipt of this mail on Tel: 00874-762 922265, or email to me directly on the email address above.Thank you while I await your urgent response in the affirmative.

Respectfully,
Mr. Morgan B Jones

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Mr. Morgan B Jones



From: jbmorgan50i
Date: Aug 25, 2005 9:17 PM
Subject: FROM THE DESK OF MORGAN B. JONES

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE IN A FINANCIAL TRANSACTION.

I am interested in your partnership in business dealing. This business proposal I wish to intimate you with is of mutual benefit and it's success is entirely based on mutual trust, cooperation and a high level of confidentiality as regard this transaction.I am representing the board of the contract award and monitoring committee of the Nigerian Ministry of Mining and Resources. I am seeking your assistance to enable me transfer the sum of US$35,500,000.00 (Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) into your private/company account.

The fund came about as a result of contracts awarded and executed for and on behalf of the Ministry mentioned above. The contract was supposed to be awarded to two foreign contractors to the tune of US$100,000,000.00 (One hundred Million United States Dollars). But in the course of negotiation, the contract was awarded to a Bulgarian contractor at the cost of US$135,500,000.00 (One hundred and Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) to my benefit unknown to the contractor. This contract has been satisfactorily executed and inspected as the Bulgarian firm is presently securing payment from the Ministry, where the Board is in-charge of all foreign contract payment approval.

As a civil servant still in active government service, law forbids me to operate an account outside the shores of Nigeria. Hence this message to you seeking your assistance so as to enable me present your private/company account details as a beneficiary of contractual claims alongside that of the Bulgarian contractor, to enable me transfer the difference of US$35,500,000.00 (Thirty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) into your provided account.On actualization, it has been agreed that the funds will be disbursed as stated accordingly:20% for you and 80% for us.What we request from you are,

1,your names, company name if any- otherwise we will use your name to register the company.
2, your address, Tel, fax and cell phone numbers.
The name of your bank and its address.Account number and swift code or routing number.The name of account holder/beneficiary.

All logistics and instrument are in place and all modalities worked out for a smooth actualization of the transfer of the funds within the next few working days of commencement. For further details as to the workability of this transaction, please reach me as soon as possible for further clarification. Please, call me on receipt of this mail on Tel: 00874-762 922265, or email to me directly on the email address above.Thank you while I await your urgent response in the affirmative.

Respectfully,
Mr. Morgan B Jones

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