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Old 05-21-2010, 10:39 AM
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Compensation via MasterCard
REPLY TO: peter.smith@web2mail.com
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Due to some criminal activities been carried out by few Nigerians over the internet the Nigerian Government, Central Bank of Nigeria with the EFCC have devised a legal secured means to fight these crimes and also bring back a good image of the Nigerian people to the foreign community. In accomplishing this, the Central Bank of Nigeria has decided to compensate foreign scammed victims with part of their inheritance contract fund.

For this reason, the account normalization of your part inheritance fund claims of USD $800, 000.00 has been programmed by the Central of Nigeria in collaboration with Zenith Bank Nigeria into a MasterCard ATM.

Please contact the Zenith Bank personnel, his name is enclosed in this letter to you to instruct you on how you can receive the part payment of your inheritance claim of USD $800, 000, 00. The operation of the MasterCard is at each withdrawal limit is $5,000USD each day. It can be programmed to any withdrawal limit of your choice provided you make a choice of what you want as far as your choice is within the banking policy. If you wish to receive your funds via another mode of payment do advice.

Contact Person: Mr. Peter Smith
Position: Director, Debit Card Dept
Email: peter.smith@web2mail.com
Zenith Bank Nigeria

RECONFIRM

1. Full name
2. Phone and fax number
3. Address were you want them to send the ATM card to (p.o box not acceptable)
4. Your age and current occupation

Contact the Debit Card Department of Zenith Bank, information above listed email address. Please directly reply to this email peter.smith@web2mail.com

Best Regards

MR. Peter Smith
Zenith Bank
DIRECTOR, DEBIT CARD DEPT
(SPECIAL PAYMENT AUTHORITY
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:53 AM
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Hum thats a new one. But at least they acknowledge they are scammers
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:07 AM
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I'm always amazed how many banks, lawyers, and government officials use free email hosting services!
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:11 AM
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Those ARE scammers.
They are trying to get your bank account info.
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:14 AM
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Old 05-22-2010, 07:54 AM
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Man, Nigeria must be a rich country. They have so much money to give away!
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