OFFICE OF THE SENATE HOUSE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN PAYMENT (RESOLUTIONPANEL ON CONTRACT PAYMENT) IKOYI-LAGOS NIGERIA
Attn: ATM Card Fund Beneficiary Ref: Payment/notification/2009 Email:email@example.com
NOTIFICATION OF READINESS OF PAYMENT OF YOUR INHERITANCE FUND OF($4.6 MILLION) BY INTERNATIONAL ATM CARD. This is to inform you that your payment entitlement of has been fully withdrawn from the Remittance Department of the Central Bank After several complains from Foreign beneficiaries through the Attorney General of the Federation, the High commission in the UK and also the United Nations Secretary General. This funds where yesterday returned to the Federal Ministry of Finance reserve account with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
After a just concluded meeting amongst the Federal House of Senator, I Senator Charles Kuramo under the new Government of President Umaru Yar'Adua in conjunction with the just concluded meeting by the Former President of United States and Great Britain, has been a ppointed tohead this federal Board in regards to the settlement of your entitlement upon it return back to the Government purse with the central Bank of Nigeria.
Because of so many International Banking rules unfavorable to 3rd world countries like Nigeria in regards to transfer of large amount of monies, the federal Republic of Nigeria via the federal Government has decided to settle all foreign payment by theissuance of an International Valid ATM CARD from a reliable Bank here in Nigeria.
This would allow and enable all beneficiaries to access there ATM CARD from any ATM machine in any part of the world. As soon as the below information is secured from you, it would be passed to the appointed bank to issue an International ATM CARD in your favor and it would be sent to you via a GPS (Global Postal Service)for delivery.
The below information is required from you,
CONTACT INTEGRATED PAYMENT DEPARTMENT WITH THE DETAILS BELOW:
Contact Name: Mr.John Pedro
Meanwhile we all wait for Peter Akinola's latest reaction to the Reflections, and will study the English to see if it comes from him or some of his Western string-pulling operatives.