Thursday, 26 December 2013 = Scam

Internal Audit, Monitoring, Consulting And Investigations Division

From: Mrs. Carman Lapointe-Young.

To: Beneficiary

The Federal Government of Nigeria has commenced payment to Thirty-four (34) foreign contractors/beneficiaries this final quarter. This was the view of the Honourable Minister for Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala and Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Governor, the Central Bank of Nigeria in the last debt reconciliation summit.

The Minister said the government will use money derived from excess crude oil sales in making sure that all unpaid contractors/ beneficiaries both local and foreign are paid this last quarter. She however, maintained that due process of payment has to be implored which requires all contractors/ beneficiaries to liaise with the Federal Pay Office because of the high level of corruption in Nigeria.

In her words “it has become imperative that before any Contractor /Beneficiary could qualify for the payment scheme the Federal Pay Office must issue Clean Bill of Records to enable Barclays Wealth release fund from Nigerian Excess Crude Oil Reserve Account. The cost for issuance of the Clean Bill of Records is $650 and must be paid by every beneficiary through Nigerian Federal Pay Office.

To file for your Claim, please fill the required information as stated below and send it back to us immediately.

All matters relating to the immediate release of your compensation fund has been regularized, and final approval would be issued out as soon as we hear from you.

1) Full Names:

2) Residential Address:

3) Country:

4) Nationality:

5) Mobile Number:

6) Occupation:

7) Contract/Inheritance Amount:

Cool Scan Copy of Your National Identity Card or your International Passport:

You are kindly advice to reply urgently with your information so that you will be among the thirty four people that will receive their contract/inheritance fund for you to forget your past ugly experience because we are receiving a lot of reports about outstanding payment.

Remember first come, first serve. We are making the world a better place.

Faithfully yours,

Mrs. Carman Lapointe-Young.
United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Internal Oversight.


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