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Skip the small talk and move onto the annoyance

THE BRANCH MANAGER OF

CITY EXPRESS BANK PLC

APAPA BRANCH LAGOS NIGERIA

PHONE: 234-8035634722.

SEND YOUR REPLY TO MY PRIVATE EMAIL:bunu_cebbankplc@fastermail.com

Dear Mr. blankity blank blank,

Firstly, I must solicit your confidence in this transaction, this is by

virtue of its nature as being utterly confidential and top secret.

Though

I know that a transaction of this magnitude will make any one

apprehensive

and worried, but I am assuring you that all will be well at the end of

the

day.We have decided to contact you due to the urgency of this

transaction,as

we have been reliably informed of it's swiftness and confidentiality.

Let me start by first introducing myself properly to you. I am Mr. Bunu

kadir,a Manager at the City Express Bank PLC, Lagos Nigeria.. I came to

know of you in my private search for a reliable and reputable person to

handle a very confidential transaction, which involves the transfer of

a

huge sum of money to a foreign account requiring maximum confidence.

A foreigner, Late Engineer William Adams, an oil Merchant /contractor

with

the federal Government of Nigeria, until his death three years ago in a

ghastly air crash, banked with us here at the City Express Bank

PLC,Lagos

Nigeria, and had a closing balance of USD$10.5M (Ten Million, Five

Hundred

Thousand United States Dollars) which the bank now unquestionably

expects

to be claimed by any of his available foreign next of kin or

alternatively

be donated to a discredited trust fund for arms and ammunition at a

military

war collage here in Nigeria.

Fervent valuable efforts are being made by this bank to get in touch

with

any of late Engr. William Adams's next of kin (he had no known wife and

children), but all our efforts proof abortive. Right now, the

management

and the Board of directors of this bank has made an arrangement for the

fund to be declared "UNCLAIMABLE"and then be subsequently donated to

the

trust fund for Arms and Ammunition, which will further enhance the

course

of war in Africa and the world in general.

In order to avert this negative development, myself and some of my

trusted

colleagues in the bank now seek for your permission to have you stand

as

late Engr. William Adams's next of kin so that this fund (USD$10.5M)

would

be subsequently transferred and paid into your bank account as the

beneficiary

next of kin.

All documents and proves to enable you get this fund have been

carefully

worked out and we are assuring you a 100% risk free involvement. Your

share

would be 30% of the total amount. 10% has been set aside for expenses,

while

the rest would be for myself and my colleagues for purposes in your

country.

If this proposal is OK by you and you do not wish to take advantage of

the

trust we hope to bestow on you and your company, then kindly get to me

immediately

via my e-mail address furnishing me with your most confidential

telephone,

fax and e-mail, so that I can forward to you the relevant details of

this

transaction.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated

co-operation.

Regards.

Mr. bunu kadir

NB:PLEASE SEND YOUR REPLY TO MY PRIVATE EMAIL

ADDRESS:bunu_cebbankplc@fastermail.com

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Cool, I guess the army gets more guns and ammo. How many $15 Kalashnikovs can you buy for $10.5 million dollars?

Anyone please be my guest and take the $10.5 if you want it, just remember I want Mr.Kadir to bring me a few AK's when he gets stateside. :lol:

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LOL, Fox 5 here in Atlanta did an investigative report on these scams. The reporter kept up an email dialog for a bit then asked why they needed a bank account number. After that the emails from the Nigerian scammer stopped. The biggest thing they found out, some of the Nigerians purporting these scams are right here in the States. DOH!

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LOL, Fox 5 here in Atlanta did an investigative report on these scams. The reporter kept up an email dialog for a bit then asked why they needed a bank account number. After that the emails from the Nigerian scammer stopped. The biggest thing they found out, some of the Nigerians purporting these scams are right here in the States. DOH!

i had a few emails back and forth with someone doin this stuff. Claimed to be a Nigerian woman.

I kept asking for proof of identity and what she was doing. She i sad i could see it when we met up. I said to scan it and send it to me, poof, end of emails.

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interesting. The person i was talking too had a tiscali.co.uk email address....

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