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WARNING: Nigerian Scam

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To: debian-consultants@lists.debian.org 
Subject: WARNING: Nigerian Scam 
From: "Mikolaj J. Habryn" <71edd20@eris.rcpt.to> 
Date: 18 Mar 2000 21:23:53 +1100 
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  Greeting to all - a word of warning. In the past few days I've been
contacted by a Nigerian gentleman claiming to be a high government
official, who has attempted to entice me into a scheme with some
remarkable similarities to the one documented at
http://www.scambusters.com/NigerianFee.html.

  The reason for this mail is that the address that he used to contact 
me is only listed on the Debian Consultants' page, which makes it
rather likely that some of the other people on there were likewise
targetted. Just FYI.

  God Bless the Internet :)



On Fri, 27 Apr 2001, femi emmanuel wrote:

> ATTN: Terri Spencer 
> FROM: ENGR. FEMI EMMANUEL
> ADDRESS:FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WORKS AND HOUSING
> DATE: 27 APRIL 2001.
>  
> First, I must solicit your strictest confidence in this transaction,
> 
> this is by virtue of its nature as been utterly confidential and top secret.
> 
> We are top officials from the Federal Ministry of Works & Housing (FMW&H), Federal Ministry of Finance and the Presidency, making up the Contract Review Panel (CRP) set up by the Federal Government
> of Nigeria to review contracts awarded by the last Military Administration.
> 
> In the course of our work in the CRP, we discovered this fund which resulted from grossly over-invoiced contracts which were executed for the FMW&H during the last administration. The companies that
> executed the contracts have been duly paid and the contract commissioned leaving the sum of US$26.426M floating in the Escrow account of the Central Bank of Nigeria ready for payment.
> I have therefore been mandated as a matter of trust by my colleagues in the Panel to look for an overseas partner to whom we can transfer the sum of US$26.426M by legally subcontracting the contract entitlement
> to your company. This is bearing in mind that our
> Civil Service Code of Conduct forbids us from owning foreign companies or running foreign accounts while in Government service hence the need for an overseas partner.
> We have agreed that the fund will be share thus after it has been transferred into your account:
> (1)30%of the money will go to you for acting as the beneficiary of the fund.
> (2)65% to us the Government official (with which we conjunction with you).
> (3)5% has been set aside as an abstract projection for reimbursement to both parties for incidental expenses that may be incurred in the course of this transaction.
> All logistics are in place and all modalities worked out for the smooth conclusion of the transaction within ten to fourteen working days of commencement after receipt of the following information from you:
> Your company name, address, companys details and activities, telephone & fax numbers. These information will enable us make application and lodge claims to the concerned Ministries & Agencies in favor
> of your company and it is pertinent to state here that this transaction is entirely based on trust.
> Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter by using this e-mail address.
> 
> Yours faithfully,
> 
> ENGR.FEMI EMMANUEL.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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