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419 scam email from Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation Dr. Frank Williams

Originating IP:
Originating ISP: Spectranet Ltd
City: Lagos
Country of Origin: Nigeria

from: Dr.Frank Williams <> 
date: Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 9:00 AM
subject: REPLY

From Dr.Frank Williams,
Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation,
P.O Box 6543,
Victoria Island, Lagos,


Dear Sir/Madam,

My name is Dr.Frank Williams. It is my pleasure to write this mail basically to seek your consent on transaction which involves transfer of an over-invoiced sum of money from my ministry to your bank account. The amount involved is US$40 million. I am a member of the Contract Award Committee (CAC) in my ministry Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). The amount was intentionally over-invoiced for our benefit. We have worked carefully to secure the approval of the fund since the original contract value has been paid on completion of the contract in 2010. Then the remaining balance of the US$40 million is what we intend to transfer secretly to you using your bank account details.

The civil service code of conduct does not allow any serving officer to operate a foreign bank account, we are seriously handicapped to transfer the fund to an offshore account hence this contact to you. It is on this basis that I thought it wisely to use a foreigner to receiver the fund for our mutual benefit. We shall draw an agreement to back up this transaction and also to spell out our duties, sharing modalities and safety of the fund in your bank account. If you are interested, please send the required information's as stated below.

1. Full Names:

2. Residential Address:

3. Mobile Number:

4. Fax Number:

5. Occupation:

7. Sex:

8. Age:

9. Nationality:

10. State:

11. Marital Status:

12. E-mail id:

13. Bank Name:

14. Account Number,Swift Code,Routing Number

15. Account Holders Name:

16. Bank Branch:

17.Scan Copy of Your International Passport:

Summarily, there is no single risk involve having taken care of all forms of obstacles that would pose some risks in the deal. To avoid taking things for granted. The transaction will be processed legitimately with all legal proof on the execution of the contract.


Dr.Frank Williams

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