Wednesday, November 05, 2008

They're Getting Better At The Sting

ROBERT MUELLER III
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FBIFEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FBI.
WASHINGTON DC.
Email:
washington.field@ipe.fbi.gov
+15096434458

FBI SEEKING TO WIRETAP INTERNET GOOD DAY:

We the Federal bureau of investigation (FBI) Washington, DC in conjunction with some other relevant security Agencies here in the United states of America have recently been informed through our Global intelligence monitoring network that you presently have a transaction going on with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), regards to your over-due contract payment which was fully endorsed in your favor accordingly. It might interest you to know that we have taken our time in screening through this contract payment notification as stipulated on our protocol of operation, and have finally confirmed that your contract payment is 100% genuine and legal with due process of law, and it is as well free from all illegal activities,which you have the lawful right to claim your fund without any further delay.Having said all this, we will further advise, that you should go ahead in dealing with the Central Bank office accordingly as we will be monitoring all their services accordingly with our intelligent monitoring network device, and with your cooperation. furthermore, we want to place this on your notice that we recently had ameeting with the Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, in the person of Prof. Chukwuma Soludo and Mr. Emakpo Sam Banks along with some of the top officials of the Ministry regarding your case and they made us to understand that your file has been held in abase depending on when you personally come for the claim. They also told us that the only problem they are facing right now is that some unscrupulous element are using this project as an avenue to scam innocent people off their hard earned money by impersonating the Executive Governor and the Central Bank office. We were also made to understand that a lady with name Mrs. Joan C. Bailey from OHIO and another person named as Mr. Wachovia who reside in Missouri as well has already contacted them and also presented to them all the necessary documentations evidencing your claims, claiming to have been signed personally by you prior to the release of your contract fund valued at about US$10,000,000.00 (Ten million United States dollars), but the Central Bank office did the wise thing by insisting on hearing from you personally before they go ahead on wiring your fund to the Bank information which was forwarded to them by the above mentioned names, the main reason, we the federal bureau of investigation were contacted by the CBN is to assist them on making some investigation regards to this issue. They further informed us that we should inform our citizens, who must have been informed of the contract payment which was awarded to them from the Central Bank of Nigeria, to be very careful prior to these irregularities so that they don't fall victim to scam. We the FBI are instructing you personally, that if you were already dealing with anybody or office claiming to be from the Central Bank of Nigeria, you are further advised to STOP further contact with them in your best interest and then, contact immediately the real office of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) only with the below information accordingly:

NAME: PROF. CHUKWUMA SOLUDO (CBN GOVERNOR)
MR. EMAKPO SAM BANKS (FINANCIAL SECRETARY)
OFFICE ADDRESS: Central Bank of Nigeria
Central Business District,Cad astral Zone,
federal Capital Territory,Nigeria.
TEL: +234-802-906-3949
Email: remittancepaybank1977@gmail.com

NOTE: In your best interest, any email or fax that doesn't come from the aboveofficial email address or addresses and phone number should not be replied to and should be disregarded accordingly for security reasons. Meanwhile, we will advise you to contact the Central Bank office immediately with the above email address and request that they attend to you payment file as directed so as to enable you receive your contract fund accordingly. Ensure you follow all their procedure as required by them in order to hasten Up the effective procedures,of transferring your funds to you as designated by you. Also have in mind that the Central Bank of Nigeria equally have their own protocol of operation asstipulated on their banking realm, so any delay could be very dangerous. Once again, we will advise you to contact them with the above email address and make sure you forward to them all the necessary information which might be required from you prior to the release of your fund. All modality has already been worked out even before you were contacted and note, that we will be monitoring all your dealings with them as you proceed so you don't have anything to worry about. All we require from you henceforth is an update so as to enable us be on track with you and the Central Bank of Nigeria. Without wasting much time, will want you to contact them immediately with the above email address so as to enable them attend to your case accordingly without any further delay astime is already running out. Should in case you need any more information in regards to this notification, feel free to get back to us so in order to brief you more, because we are here to guide you and serve you better during and after this contract fund has been completely perfected and you have received your contract fund as stated.Thanks, for your anticipated cooperation in advance as we earnestly await your urgent response to this matter.

Best Regards,
Robert S. Mueller III
Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C.
20535-0001, USA
+15096434458
Email:washington.field@ipe.fbi.gov

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just got this email myself. About a year ago I got ripped off for over $200 in an internet scam based in Nigeria so this almost got me lol. I don't know what to think about it.

fishstick said...

The fact that you actually engaged in a Nigerian scam says a lot.

mintzworks said...

I always knew you'd get into trouble with the FBI!

Dude, you'd better pay up and FAST. Nigeria might be an ally of ours (who the hell knows these days).

Don't want an international incident.

Joy said...

Hi Fishstick,

To blanket victims, "The fact that you actually engaged in a Nigerian scam says a lot.", is to say "You deserve it!". Keep in mind, none of us know why people respond to these emails. Of course desperation in these times does make fools out of some, but still victims none the less. Easy to pass judgement but are you taking an active roll in stopping these scams?

A note to the sympathetic and active members of society: If you can spare just a few moments of your time, you may want to do what I do. Forward all scam emails to the entity they are trying to impersonate, or to your local government official. The only way to stop preditors is to take an active roll. Keep in mind, most victims are the elderly or other disadvantaged people who may not know any better.
If we all took an active roll, we would play a part in stopping these scams and helping the government to stay one step ahead instead of 5 steps behind. Remember, those who do fall victims did not ask for these unsolicited emails.

Food for thought: Doing nothing when witnessing a crime is the same as taking part in the crime. Would you walk away from a person being rapped? Would you watch? Or would you do something to help? That shows the true character of who you are.

Peace to all and God Bless the US!!!

Joy