From Ms. C. L. Lapointe
Mar 8th, 1970 | By Ian Poulton | Category: Scams
Lies, lies and more lies.
FROM; UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES (Internal Audit Monitoring Consulting and Investigations Division).
This message is in regard of your compensation payment for the sum of US$550,000.00 ( FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND UNITED STATE’S DOLLARS ONLY.
Following series of complains from the FBI and other Security agencies from Asia , Europe Oceania , and United States of America respectively against the Federal Government of Nigeria for the rate of corruption and scam activities Going on in this country by scam artists operating in syndicate all over the word today, the united nation deems it necessary to look in to this trend and this was discussed upon during the last U.N. meetings held at Abuja Nigeria in which a decision was reached to compensate noted victims of this operation and we has been working with the Economic and Financial Crime Commission of Nigeria (EFCC) over this ugly act since then with U.N delegate there in Nigeria . however, the motion of compensating victims has just been approved by the present government of president Good Luck Ebele Jonathan based on sequence Pressures of the U.N and you are amongst the 78 listed beneficiaries according to the list submitted to my office yesterday by the U.N delegate appointed to harmonize this pr This payments is being partly monitored by EFCC and the U.N, so there’s absolutely No question of any uncertainty over receiving of your compensation payment, everything is under adequate control. You are also advise to report if any problem in this regard.
The corresponding paying Bank is CITI BANK NIGERIA LTD.
due to certain mix-ups and corruption in Nigeria system; payments is being made by ATM master Card as ATM method was considered suitable for this process as advised and directed by the EFCC and CBN Governor. An ATM card will be send to you with which you will use to withdraw your payment from any part of the world At ATM machines in your Location but the limit is $5,000.00 per day. the only money you will need to spend upfront to this regard is $95 for courier delivery cost of the ATM card to you as no right of probable deduction of any kind was Granted to the paying Bank due to same related reasons of corruption and otherwise. upon receipt of your above delivery cost your ATM card for the exact approve amount of $550,000.00 will be send to you by the paying bank without any hitch or delay.
To receive your payment, contact the paying Bank below with your following information’s:
FULL NAME, PHONE, and FULL ADDRESS: (were you want your ATM card to be sent) Person to Contact: Mr. Emeka Emuwa.
Citibank Nigeria Limited 27 Kofo Abayomi Street Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria .
PHONE: 234 1 4173201
Note: all listed beneficiaries are provided with a code which is (UNGNP06654) this you most mention to the paying bank to be recognized. you are to either include it in your mail using it as subject or mention if contacting by phone.
Lastly; according to the update report from the U.N Delegates, Your contact information was found on the list of one of the Syndicates arrested by the EFCC who consequently confirmed you as one of their victims. You are hereby warned to stop further communication with them and not to duplicate this message for any reason what so ever as the EFCC and U.S. secret service is still on trace of the other criminals, so keep it secret till they are all apprehended, this also for the best of your interest, as they are all scam artists/impostors AND WILL OFFER YOU NOTHING!.
I wish to inform you that this is no hoax mail or anything of such nature. If you wish of receiving your compensation simply follows my given directive and it will be paid to you as inform no doubt about it. the bank will inform you with detail on how you send them the $95 delivery cost when you contact them. And remember to include the above code in your mail to the Bank (UNGNP06654) Sincerely yours.
Ms. C. L. Lapointe, United Nations Under-Secretary- General for Internal Oversight