Sunday, February 22, 2009 11:58 PM
“Mr. Olukayode Awokoya”
I am Mr. Olukayode Awokoya the Manager, Treasury Department Equitorial
Trust Bank Plc here in Lagos Nigeria, I am also a former trustee to one of
our Late customer, a Japanese American Business Man ( Mr. Shing
I have urgent and very confidential business proposition for you. I got
your contact from the Nigerian Business/Chamber of Commerce and
Industry. In January 2003, (Mr. Shing Kaimimoku) made a
numbered-time(fixed) deposit for twelve calendar months valued at
Four Million US Dollars) in a Domiciliary Account in my branch.
Upon maturity, I sent a routine notification of Account Status to his
forwarding address but got no reply. After two months, we sent a reminder
same letter and finally we discovered from his contact employees, Oil
Alliance company,his Company ‘s branch in Nigeria,that(Mr. Shing
died in a auto car crash along Warri/Port Harcourt express way here in the
Niger Delta Region-Nigeria which involves all his entire loving children
with his wife on
14th July 2004, May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
After further investigation,I found out that he did not leave a WILL and
all attempts to trace his Next-of-kin were fruitless, I therefore made
further investigation and discovered that
Mr. Shing Kaimimoku did not declare any Next-of-Kin in all his official
documents, including his Bank Deposit Papers. This sum of
USD$34,000.000.00 is still
floating in our Bank and the interest is being rolled over with the
principal sum at the end of each year no one would come forward to claim
According to the Nigerian Banking Law, at the expiration of 6 (six) years,
the money will revert to the ownership of the Nigerian Government if
to claim the funds. Consequent upon the above, my proposal is that I would
like you as a foreigner to stand in as the Next-of-kin to the Late Mr.
Kaimimoku. I will quickly work out the full documentation and transfer
the USD$34,000.000.00 into your nominated account anywhere.
You would be fully rewarded when the money have been transfered to any of
your nominated bank account of your choice.
Send me your reply to this request by my email address:
email@example.com and I shall give you more details promptly.
Mr. Olukayode Awokoya.
There must be an awful lot of “contracts” floating around in nigeria.