Scam #162 5/1/2019 3:30:00 PM

Federal Ministry of Finance
Headquarters: Amadu Bello Way Garki,
Central Business District ,
P.M.B. 251
Abuja FCT, Nigeria


From the Desk of
Mrs Zainab Ahmed
Minister of Finance

Dear Sir,
I would be glad if you can take my sincere advice regarding your unclaimed
fund with the Nigeria Government. of which I will advice you to put
claims to your funds immediately
by reconfirming all your information.

Top-secret, is that I will assist you to obtain a " SURETY BOND " on
your behalf which will
empower your fund to be remitted while chargeable fees during the payment
process should be paid later, in other words, after you must have seen your
fund inside your bank account.

This is the beauty of the surety bond.Demand for it.Your payment was a
center-piece
discussion in a joint-session meeting held today.This is the only
solution to your
payment Meanwhile, I advice that you forward to me the following Information to
enable me to be sure that I am dealing with you

Your Comprehensive Address:
Contact Number
Attached Copy of your ID
Bank Information Including you Bank Account Number , Swift Code and Rutting
Number.

Immediately I receive all the above mentioned information, I will assist you
for the commencement of your payment.

I attach my Working ID for your verification and confirmation.
Yours Faithfully,

From
Mrs Zainab Ahmed
Minister of Finance

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