Charles Chukwuma SoludoScam

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Guy calls himself the “governor” of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Banks have governors now? What a scammer!

FROM THE DESK OF: Professor Charles C. Soludo
Executive Governor, Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN),
International Remittance Department,
Corporate Headquarters: # CBN House, Tinubu Square,
213 Eleke Crescent-Victoria Island, Marina,
Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa.
P.O.Box 55037 Falomo
Ikoyi Lagos Island Marina.
Tel: [protected]
EMAIL : [protected]
Dear Sir/Ma,
I know that this letter will hit you by surprise, but firstly I will like
to introduce myself; I am (Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo) the rightful
Governor of The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Executive Chairman
of “E.C.D.R”.
Sorry for the inconveniences that was rendered to you in your line of
Inheritance Payment transaction with some Nigerian Officials some while
ago, We apologies, for the delay of your payment and all the
inconveniences andinflict that we might have indulge you through it was
due to the newly assigned President Of Nigeria President Umar’ Musa
Yaradua, However, we were having some minor problems with our payment
system, which is inexplicable, and have held us stranded and indolent, not
having the aspiration to devote our 100% assiduity in accrediting foreign
contract payments.We apologies once again.
During the auditing and closing of all financial records of the Central
Bank of Nigeria (CBN) it was discovered from the records of outstanding
Foreign contractors due for payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria
in The year 2008 that your name and company is next on the list of those
who Will receive their fund.
On the 1st of October 2006, the President of The Federal Republic of
Nigeria (Chief Olusegun Obasanjo) introduced a Commission named the
“E.C.D.R” (Executive Committee on Debt Recovery) which is duly
under the United Nations (U.N.) and the Federal Government of Nigeria.This
particular Commission was initiated to detect fraud/fund
delays/interrupted funds Payments and to also Settle foreign debts/fraud
victims/Un-paid beneficiaries to satisfactory in other to maintain peace
in the world at large, Presently we are being paid by the American
government in other to avert Scam and also to avert beneficiary funds
delays here in Nigeria.
I wish to officially notify 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 the record in our file, your outstanding contract payment
is USD $14.7 Million dollars (Fourteen million seven hundred thousand
United States Dollars). Kindly re-confirm to me if this is inline with
what you have in your record and also re-confirm the information below to
enable this office proceed and finalize your fund remittance without
further delays.
1) Your full name.
2) Phone, fax and mobile #.
3) Company name, position and address.
4) Profession, age and marital status.
5) Working d/Int’l passport
6) Daytime telephone
7) Home Equity Line Of Credit Account(Yes Or No)
8) Home telephone
I wish to inform you now that the square peg is now in square whole and
can be voguish for that your payment is being processed and will be
released to you as soon as you respond to this letter.
As soon as the above information are received, your payment will be
Made available to you via an international certified bank draft, or wire
transfer to your nominated bank account from central bank of Nigeria.
Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo,
Tel: [protected]
EMAIL : [protected]

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