Are you expecting millions of pounds from the “First Bank of Nigeria” – from someone using a rocketmail email address? Of course you aren’t.
This scammer blatantly tells you how much money they want you to send them – $300. If you make the mistake of sending the money, the scammer will think it is his lucky day and will try asking you to send more money. He’ll continue to ask you for money for as long as you are prepared to keep sending it.
INTERNATIONAL FUNDS TRANSFER / AUDIT UNIT)
SUBJECT: TRANSFER BY INSTALLMENT ACCEPTED BY THE BANK
Independent of UN Organization
Westminster, City of London SW1A 2EL,
United Kingdom Tel: +447011196495
Having understood your unstable situation, we in United Nations begged the First Bank Of Nigeria ,Lagos Branch to accept payment by installment on your behalf, to enable our beneficiaries receive their payment that we may reconcile with all countries of the world. We understood your plight as someone who has suffered a lot to get this fund into your private account.
Write the Bank and request that you want the money to be transferred to your account by installments, so that once the first payments enters into your account you can then use money from there to facilitate the transfer of the rest, once the first installments enters into your account that will equally give you another opportunity to do a test-transfer and withdrawal from your account to master Federal Reserve Online transfer procedure.
If 50% of $600 is equal to = $300
By calculations: if $600 can handle US$10M $300 can also comfortably transfer the sum of US$5M. Once the US$5M is successfully transfer, you can withdraw money from there to handle the transfer of the rest US$5M.
NOTE: Write the Bank to tell them how much you have in hands so that the Bank calculate to tell how much you may receive as first payments-by installments, Do not be shy to indicate the amount you have in hands (no proper-amount is so small to trigger installments-payment base on our discussion with the Bank) so that the first payment will move to your account for you to confirm the existence of the fund before your proceed for the balance.
Finally, we have given instructions to the First Bank of Nigeria to release your Fund to you, so you are therefore advice to contact the GMD (Group Managing Director), First Bank of Nigeria with the following information. Person: Rev John Ikechukwu (GMD, First Bank of Nigeria) Office email address below:
Send him your direct phone number and contact address as we sincerely apologize for the plight you have gone through in the past years while trying to receive your money. Thanks for adhering to this instruction and once again accept our congratulations.
MRS. BETTY WRIGHT.
PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TO MR. BAN KI-MOON
(UN) SECRETARY GENERAL
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