Peter Okey, Nigerian National Petroleum Corp.
Received: from 126.96.36.199, Nigeria, Multilinks Telecommunications Ltd.
From: "Peter Okey" <email@example.com>
Subject: Fund Management
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008
MR. PETER OKEY
(NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION)
I will like to solicit for your assistance, but not to compel you to honor it I am Mr. Peter Okey, the Chairman of the Contract Procurements and Award in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) of the Petroleum Ministry. I got your contact while searching for a capable foreign assistance, who can receive, accommodate this huge sum of money.
There is an over-invoiced contract sum of (Thirty Two Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars only) awaiting payment to a foreign contractor. I inflated the original contract sum to make this difference, which the original contractor has been paid upon completion of his contract project leaving this amount which I and my colleagues has worked out perfect modalities to transfer into your account without any impending risk. This US$32.5M is now waiting to be transferred to the Sub-Contractor which I will now purport your company to be so that you can receive the money on our behalf.
I appeal to you to be of good assistance to us by providing an account to lodge this money, possibly a virgin bank account. To do this, I need your total sincerity. Hence you have rendered this assistance in good faith to a success, we will offer you 25% of the US$32.5M, 5% for expense, while my colleagues and I keep the remaining 70%. I will appreciate every effort you will afford to enable us achieve success. Most especially, we need your urgent response to this, so send an email for more details on your convenience.
Anticipating your prompt response.
MR. PETER OKEY
THE CHAIMAN TENDER/CONTRACT PROCURMENT DEPT. (NNPC)
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