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Posted: 4/6/2006 10:03:51 AM EDT
Boy, the stuff I get in my Inbox......

-formatted the way I got it...



Dear sir/madam I am Barrister NDUDI (senior advocate of Nigeria SAN)But Now KING NDUDI OF OCHO LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN DELTA STATE.Now presently the adviser to his Excellency Chief James Onanefe Ibori the executive Governor of Delta State. I have been instructed by Chief Onanefe Ibori the Governor as the special adviser to contact you on a deal that will be of mutual benefit to the both of us.we need to transfer some amount of money into your bank accout that belong to oil derivation sector, in Niger Delta, and oil and gas industry in rural area.As you know very well that Delta State is the richest oil state here in Nigeria and i do believe that with your assistance we will be able to achieve this goal. Nevertheless,the amount involved is $35,000,000.USD and at the successful transfer of this fund into your account you will parting with 30% while the remaining 70% will be fore me and the Governor. You are instructed to keep this transaction very confidential as you know very well that the governor is still in active service so for this reason,you must try as much as you can to keep this transaction to yourself. On the receipt of this mail,i will want you to indicate your interest by replying me back as soon as possible to enable me give you more detail on how to achieve this goal. I await your urgent reply. Regards, King Ndudi Special Adviser to the Governor.


Link Posted: 4/6/2006 10:05:55 AM EDT
Link Posted: 4/6/2006 10:13:59 AM EDT
Gee, you must be lucky! I'm lucky too.....check out this awesome email I got a few days ago:



CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
GARKI ABUJA,
FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY(F.C.T)
(OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR)
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
GARKI ABUJA F.C.T


From
the Desk Of:
Prof Charles Soludo
Executive Governor (CBN)


IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT / NO:
MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009

Re:
CONTRACT #:MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009.

ATT: HONORABLE CONTRACTOR,

In
conformity with the recent business Luncheon/Conference held at
the
Lancaster House to sensitize foreigners on the workings of
the Nigerian
Government and the innovations currently put in place by our President,
where my good self the Governor of Central Bank met with the United
Kingdom Business Community and stakeholders of Nigerian economy like
United States of America and others.
The following resolutions were
reached between the IMF and World Bank representatives that the loan of
US$ 1.5Billion be used to offset all
outstanding debts owed foreign
contractors/Beneficiary.

I write you as the new CBN DIRECTOR Dr.(Mr)
Charles Soludo.
Your name and contract file was discovered as next on
the list of the
outstanding contractors who have not received their
payments. I wish
to inform you that your payment is being processed and
will be
released to you as soon as you respond to this letter.Also note
that
from my record in my file your outstanding contract payment is
USD$80.7 million dollars(eighty five million seven hundred thousand
united states dollars).

Please re-confirm to me if this is inline with
what you have in your
record and also re-confirm to me the followings:

1) Your full name.
2) Phone, fax and mobile #.
3) company name,position
and address.
4) profession, age and marital status.
5) Copy of int'l
passport.

In view of the recent meeting held last week in London at
the
Lancaster House, this government is determined to settle all
outstanding contract payments. This government will not be held
responsible for any wrongful transfer of your fund. You are therefore
required to contact, the Director under 48hrs to conclude this
transfer.
Be informed that any delay in reaction to this letter, will
be
assumed that your fund has been paid.
Thanks.

All correspondence
should be relayed to the (CBN)
For the Federal Republic of Nigeria :
cbngovng_charlessoludo@yahoo.co.in


PROFESSOR CHARLES C. SOLUDO,
GOVERNOR, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN).
Contact me through this email
address: cbngovng_charlessoludo@yahoo.co.in


Nigeria sure must be a fun place. I just got the most totally sweet deal on a bunch of only slightly used Anus laptops from some guy from Nigeria. Can't wait until they arrive.



(ignore the last comment if you didn't see any of the ScamBait.com threads)
Link Posted: 4/6/2006 10:20:14 AM EDT



damnit! i don't appreciate being tricked into reading a thread with a word in the title that is spelled so close to "NUDE".


Link Posted: 4/6/2006 10:27:32 AM EDT
Some people actually fall for this shit.

At least 1x month I get to go take a police report for someone bilked by such a scheme, but maybe to a smaller $ scale. So I go out, talk with the victim, usually repeat, "You did what?" several times, then give them a police report number.

I then get to explain that no, the municipal police department is NOT going to go to (England, Nigenia, etc...) to arrest these horrible perpetrators and recover your money. What I am going to do, though, is give you a police report number.

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