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From Mr. John Glas (Manager)
Central Bank of Nigeria.
67 Odogwu Crescents,
Off Loreto Road, Majidu,
Dear Sir / Madam,
URGENT MESSAGE FROM MR. DOUGLAS ANTHONY
I sincerely seek your assistance in making this project successful for your own benefit.
Though, I know that this information may seem very surprising to you, but it is real and good if properly executed and you will go home smiling and enjoy the proceed of it which is the sum of $22m only.
I am Mr. Douglas Anthony, the account officer to one Late Foreign Investor, Mr. Anthony Edgarsson who has an account in one of the investment bank here in Nigeria.
The account was set up in 2001 by late Mr. Anthony Egarsson and several transactions and investments made within some years after establishing the account but he was unfortunately involved in the November 2007 Air Crash that claimed the lives of the entire passengers on board.
While going through his file, I discovered that Late Mr. Anthony Egarsson did not indicate anybody as his next of kin while setting up the account because he was a foreign contractor who comes and execute contracts and supervise his contracts and goes back to his country.
Since after his death, nobody has operated on his account, hence the fund has been floating as an unclaimed deposit.
I want you to act as late Mr. Anthony Egersson's next of Kin so that I will change all the deposit documents and fix in your name as the late Mr. Anthony Egersson's next of kin and release the $22m to you.
Firstly, I will obtain an Affidavit declaration on your behalf and submit to the appropriate dept to certify that you are Late Mr. Anthony Egression’s overseas investment partner & next of kin to inherit the funds.
Your position as Late Mr. Anthony Egersson's foreign investment partner / next of kin will facilitate immediate release of the $22m to you because the bank will only release the money to any person of his partner or next of kin.
Please send your personal data as stated bellow for me to update your name with the depositor's deposit file to enable the bank release the $22m to you without delay:
Your phone Number:
Your private email address:
You are also required to provide your your account detail, where you want the bank to transfer the $22m to you.
Please note that the above information is necessary and urgently needed to enable me obtain an affidavit Declaration on your behalf as that will facilitate successful transferring of the $22m into your account.
As soon as I hear from you with assurance that you will not run away with the funds after transferring to your account, I will start processing the necessary documents in your name and release the $22m to you.
Contact me immediately through my private email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and to be fast about this transaction, you can also call my direct telephone number: +234-8039519096 immediately.
Dr. Douglas Anthony
Account officer to one Late Mr. Anthony Edgarsson of Scotland
Foreign Payment Officer
Central Bank of Nigeria
Private email: email@example.com
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