SUBJECT: OVERDUE CONTRACT PAYMENT OF $15,700,000 = 00.
INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SETTLEMENT DEPT / . CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
N0: 104M WUSE ZONE 11 (FCT) ABUJA NIGERIA.
DATE: 3ND MAY 2009. 14:00:33 +0200 (CEST)
ATTENTION: Samuel McTango / congratulations
This is to notify all Foreign Funds Transfer Benefactors that the Presidency has embarked on an immediate cancellation of all International Wire Transfer Application from every Government Financial Institutions, C.B.N, Commercial and Merchant Banks respectively. This was done to implement the 2008 Presidential Economic and Financial Crime Prevention Program which is aimed at reducing the rate of Corruption among our employees in the Financial Institutions, who have
continuously frustrated the efforts of our International Investors and Funds Transfer Applicants.
Be informed that the present administration is in its twilight stage to ensure that all foreign contractors receive their part payment in this first quarter payment of the year 2009.
We deeply regret any financial inconveniences this temporary Economic reconstruction program might cause you and your Company.
Right now, we wish to inform you that your overdue contract payment of Value is $15,700,000.00 Million Only.
This development is as a result of a new payment policy carried out by Central Bank of Nigeria in collaboration with International Monetary Fund in accordance with the World Bank 2008 payment constitution. We have gone through your files and have discovered why you have not received your payments yet. Firstly you refused to follow the necessary step needed for the process to be successful and by doing that we suspend your account.
However, with respect to the prevision section 17 of degree 114 of the 1999 constitution, your payment has been re-approved and would be paid immediately through your selected mode of patment, ATM CARD, wire transfer or delivery post to your door step with-in 72 hours of confirmation from you. For us not to make mistake in transfering the fund or delivery of your ATM card, we have decided that you reconfirm to you your contract details with the federal government of Nigerian National petroleum corporation [NNPC].
BELOW ARE YOUR CONTRACT DETAILS:-
(1) Category [A] of Contract:/Beneficiary
(2) Contract / Beneficiary Number: NNPC/PED/1473/04
(3) Contract /Beneficiary Amount: US$15,700,000.00,ONLY
+ more the interest since 2004/year of execution.
(4) Ref on Company RC NO: 380619
(5) CONTRACT DISCRIPTION: Pipe Construction and Computerized
Conoyor Optimization for plant A-D Project Site: KADUNA REFINERY.
If you wish to receive your payment since we have decided to bring a solution to it, right now we will arranged your payment through our wire transfer or swift card payment CBN, which is the latest instruction by the President Umaru Yar Adua (GCFR) Federal Republic of Nigeria.This office will send you an ATM card which you will use to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in your country, maximum withdrawal value of US$5000 is permitted daily, so if you like to receive your fund this way please let us know by contacting the card payment office and also send the:
following information as instructed:
1. Full name:
2. Full address:
4. Your age:
8. complete bank account details, bank phone number, account ,
swft code, routing number etc.
However, kindly find below the contact person and the bank were funds deposited. Contact him without delay, with non refundable payment of $160 for your non resident permit certificate before your transfer can take place. Note that you will not be ask to pay any transfering charges after that.
Contact Person: DUKE LAUDS ADEN
Office of the director: OCEANIC BANK OF NIGERIA ,
Phone: +234709 529 7515
Note that because of impostors, we hereby issue you our code of conduct, which is (Payment-711/506) to indicate this code when contacting the Dr. Jim Clark, by using it as your subject.
You are urgently advised to contact the director of operations center as directed above, DR. DUKE LAUDS, with the code of response (Payment-711/506) and full information when contacting him for further directive.
Prof. JIM CLARK.
Payment supervisor Central Bank of Nigeria .