Shipment Notifiaction.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 1:37 PM
“Prof. Kim Jong Moo.”
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From The Desk Of
Prof. Kim Jong Moo.
Union Bank Vault/Security warehouse of Nigeria.

Attn: Consignee.

This is to inform you that arrangements have been concluded as regards to the shipment of your consignment of funds to your country. I choose to conclude it and make sure it is off already before contacting you. I found out that this consignment has been lying here because of non-payment of shipment fees. This is why I decided to use my discretion as the Shipment officer in charge of the Union Bank Vault/Security warehouse of Nigeria. (This is where all the abandoned consignments and Master Cards from Union Bank are kept at the orders of the Government of Nigeria.)

The consignment has left Lagos Nigeria yesterday night en-route via London/ USA. It is a metal box, silver in color with a weight of about 150kg approximately, the box is declared as containing delivery/Bank Documents only. Call me immediately so that I can give you the name, phone and fax numbers of the company that is in changer in USA so that you confirm when the consignment will arrive.

You can track it with this Website:
Tracking Number: EC932373096US

Warning!: The content of the consignment is Money but declared Bank Documents to avoid diversion by the delivery Agent. I have the Combination Keys to open the Cash Consignment. Once you establish contact with the Delivery Agent l will release the Combination keys to open the Consignment to you. Please do not disclose the content of the Consignment to the Delivery agent to avoid diversion. You must also know that this arrangement does not concern all the people you were dealing with.

Waiting for your call
Prof. Kim Jong Moo.
Union Bank Vault/Security warehouse of Nigeria.
Call Me on 234-1-897-3209.
There is no “consignment”, but “Prof. Kim Jong Moo” is hoping you’ll believe there is, so that you will contact him, thereby enabling him to go after your bank account. If you receive one of these, just delete it. It’s a nasty spam “Notifiaction” (omg!J)