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dateFri, May 27, 2011 at 1:03 AM
subjectPlease confirm your claim for further processing
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Payment Purpose: Inheritance Fund Release
Payment Value: $5,500,000.00 dollars
Authorized Paying Bank: Union Bank of Nigeria
Transaction Reference Code: UBN/KTT/27890/0000/010
Payment Approval Date: 27/05/2011

Dear Beneficiary,

My name is DR. JOHN EZE. I am the newly appointed Director Union Bank
Of Nigeria and the 10th Director of the Union Bank of Nigeria. I
assumed duty as Director, Union Bank of Nigeria on June 4, 2010 at the
Bank's Corporate Head Office in Abuja following the confirmation of my
nomination by the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on
Wednesday, June 3, 2010.

However, acting in my capacity as the newly-appointed Director of the
(UBN), I have been mandated by the Senate National Assembly to check
through the statutory disk of every payment pending during the last
quarter of the year. Hence, your payment file has been forwarded to my
desk for final approval. Therefore, after vetting and verification
about the source and origin of your funds, I am convinced 100% that
the $5,500,000.00 dollars part payment is a legitimate
contract/inheritance claim. Hence, I have granted approval for the
release of the $5,500,000.00 dollars in your favor.

Note: That a charges of $120dollars must be paid for this transaction
to take place in your bank account you are about to send to us via the mail,
for your fund to be release in our bank here in NIGERIA this said fee must be paid,
you are paying for the releasement of your fund in your home country,
do not be afraid of any thing as we provide you all the decument that back-up this fund
in our bank here in NIGERIA, once you comply with us your fund will be in safe hands in our bank.

For this reason, your payment has been rightfully approved and will be
paid out directly into your bank account via "automatic swift
transfer" from our Electronic transfer unit. Already,all transfer
processing has been concluded in line with the new (UBN) Payment

However, on the note of receiving your inheritance funds that worth 5.5million dollars,
you are requested to forward the details of your receiving bank account details;
You are to send us your bank account details for immediate wire transfer of your funds.
Your bank details should include:


You are to forward the required information above and other available
bank account information like your PAN number to me via the contact
information below. Please call me immediately for more details.

Contact Information:
Name:....Dr.John Eze.
Telephone:.... +234-8084-669-739
E-mail of head office in lagos...

I am expecting to receive your earliest reply and details of your
receiving bank account as well as a copy of any of your available ID
proof (National ID card,Voter's ID, Driver's liscense, PAN card or any
recognized company/working ID card) for identification. Your fund will
be transfered to your bank account details provided within 2 hours
after we receive it. You can call me for updates, My direct telephone
number +234-8084-669-739

Yours Sincerely,
Director Union Bank Of Nigeria
P.S: Please note that all other authorities handling your payment has
been stopped by the FBI. Hence, the (UBN) has been appointed as the
sole authority in-charge of your fund release. Therefore, you are
advised to stop further communication with any other office or
financial institution handling your payment.


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sender-timeSent at 1:23 AM (GMT+01:00). Current time there: 6:47 PM. 
dateThu, May 5, 2011 at 1:23 AM
subjectPartnership Request.
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I am Mr. Jim Spotwart, a staff with Halifax Bank Of Scotland Plc. I am writing you for a possible business transfer worth GBP 18,000 000 (Eighteen Million Pounds Sterling).

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