|BUSINESS PROPOSAL STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
RE: TRANSFER OF US$21.5 MILLION (TWENTY ONE MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND US DOLLARS ONLY).
I got your particulars through a reliable and close friend who just arrived from your country a few months ago. I am a member of the Federal Government of Nigeria Contract Award and Monitoring Committee in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).|
Sometime ago, a contract was awarded to a foreign firm in NNPC by my Committee. This contract was over-invoiced to the une of US$21.5M U.S.Dollars. This was done deliberately. The over-invoicing was a deal by my Committee to benefit from the project. We now desire to transfer this money which is in a Suspense Account with NNPC into any Overseas Account which we expect you to provide for us.
I would require the following:
We have strong and reliable connections and contacts at the Central Bank of Nigeria and Federal Ministry of Finance and we have no doubts that all this money will be released and transferred if we get the necessary foreign partner to assist us in this deal. Therefore, when the business is successfully concluded we shall through our same connections withdraw all documents used from all the concerned Government Ministries for 100% security.
We are ordinary civil servants and will not want to miss this once in a life time opportunity to get rich. We want this money to be transferred to the Overseas Account for us, before the present Military Government hands over to a Democratically Elected Government. This is why we are desperate.
Please contact me immediately through telephone or fax message whether or not you are interested in this deal. If you are not, it will enable me scout for another foreign partner to carry out this deal. But where you are interested, send the required documents aforementioned herein through MY ABOVE TEL/FAX NUMBERS as time is of the essence in this business.
I wait in anticipation of your fullest co-operation.
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