Friday, May 06, 2005


Mr. John Agu

Mr. John Agu,
Nigerian National Petroleum
Corporation [N.N.P.C]
Dear Sir,
I am Mr. John Agu. an accountant in the Nigerian National
Petroleum Corporation [NNPC]. I head five- man tenders boards in charge
of contract awards and payment approvals. I came to know of you based
the information gathered from the Foreign trade office of the Nigerian
of Commerce and Industry.In my search for a reliable and reputable
to handle a very confidential transaction, which involves the transfer
a huge sum of money to a foreign account. There where series of
executed by a consortium of multi-nationals in the oil industry in the
of [NNPC] the original value of this contracts where deliberately over
to the sum of USD$21,500,000.00(Twentyone millon, five hundred thousand

united state dollars}.
This amount has now been approved and is now actually executed these
contracts have been paid and the projects officially commission.
Consequently, my colleagues and I are willing to transfer the total
amount to your account for subsequent disbursement, since we [civil
are prohibited by the code of conduct bureau service law] from
and/ or opening foreign accounts in our names. Needless to say, the
reposed on you at this junctureis enormous.
In return, we have agreed to offer you 25% of the transferred sum,
while 10% shall be set aside for incidental expenses [internal and
between parties in the course of the transaction. You will be
to remit the balance to other account in due course. Modalities have
been work out at the highest level of the ministry of finance and the
central bank of Nigeria [CBN] for the immediate transfer of the funds
within 13 working days subject to your satisfaction of the above stated
terms, mour assurance is that your role is risk free. It may interest
to know that four years ago a similar transaction was carried out with
Mr. Patrice miller, the president of Craine International Trading
at Number 135, East 57th street, 28th floor,New York, 10022 with
Number (1) 21- 523312 and telex number 523312.after the agreement
both partners in which he was to take 20%, the money was duly
into his account only to be disappointed on our arrival in ! New York,
we were reliably informed that Mr.Patrice Miller was no longer in that
while his telephone numbers and telex number have been reallocated to
someone else. All effort to locate Mr. Miller proved abortive and
we lost the sum of USD 14.3million to Mr. Patrice Miller.
This time we never intend to lose our money and we needed to search for
a more reliable person with a strong business interest, a trustworthy
person of a reputable company, hence this letter to you. If you can
prove yourself to be trust worthy and you are interested in this
then we are prepared to do business with you. What we want from you is
assurance that you will let us have our share when this amount of USD
(Twentyone million five hundred thousand is transferred into your
this proposal satisfies you, please send your response only through
so that we can advise you on the modalities of this transaction and
to me a confidential telephone and fax numbers through which I can
reach you.
To accord this transaction the legality it deserves and for mutual
security of the funds the whole approval procedures will be officially
legally processed with your name or the name of the company you may
as the beneficiary of the funds. All we want you to do is acting as the
owner of it, once more I want you to understand that having put in ten
in the civil service of my country, I?m averse to have my image and
dented, this matter should there for be treated with utmost secrecy
it deserves. Kindly expedite action as we are behind scheduleto enable
include this transfer in the first batch which would constitute the
quarter payment for
the 2005 financial year, contact me through my email
below as soon as possible.
Your Sincerely,
Mr. John Agu.

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