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A request to sign a claim to recieve a sum of U$$ 12, 500, 000.00 if they can hear from me personally before wiring the funds to the bank. information forwarded to them by a mrs joan c, bailey. awarded by the central banh of nigeria.

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    jeff111 Jun 20, 2014
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    James B. Comey
    To
    Today at 3:39 PM
    FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FBI.WASHINGTON DC.
    WASHINGTON D.C ROOM, 7367
    J. EDGAR HOOVER FBI BUILDING
    935 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
    NW WASHINGTON, DC 20535,

    RE: FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION SEEKING TO WIRETAP THE INTERNET

    We believe this notification meets you in a very good present state of mind and
    health. We the Federal bureau of investigation (FBI) Washington, DC in
    conjunction with some other relevant Investigation Agencies here in the United
    states of America have recently been informed through our Global intelligence
    monitoring network that you presently have a transaction going on with the U.S.
    Department of Treasury as regards to your over-due inheritance payment which was
    fully endorsed in your favor accordingly.


    It might interest you to know that we have taken out time in screening through
    this project as stipulated on our protocol of operation and have finally
    confirmed that your inheritance payment is 100% genuine and hitch free from all
    facet and of which you have the lawful right to claim your funds without any
    further delay. Having said all this, we will further advise that you go ahead in
    dealing with the U.S. Department of Treasury office accordingly as we will be
    monitoring all their activities with you as well as your correspondence at all
    level.

    In addendum, also be informed that we recently had a meeting with the Executive
    Secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury, in the person of Jacob Lew with
    some of the top officials of the Ministry regarding your case and they made us
    to understand that your file has been held in a base depending on when you
    personally come for the claim. They also told us that the only problem they are
    facing right now is that some unscrupulous element are using this project as an
    avenue to scam innocent people off their hard earned money by impersonating the
    Executive Secretary and the U.S. Department of Treasury office.

    We were also made to understand that a lady with name Mrs. Joan C. Bailey from
    OHIO has already contacted them and also presented to them all the necessary
    documentations evidencing your claim purported to have been signed personally by
    you prior to the release of your inheritance fund valued at US$10, 700, 000.00
    (Ten Million Seven Hundred United States Dollars), but the U.S. Department of
    Treasury office did the wise thing by insisting on hearing from you personally
    before they go ahead on wiring your funds to the Bank information’s which was
    forwarded to them by the above named Lady, so that was the main reason why they
    contacted us so as to assist them in making the investigations.

    To be very careful prior to these irregularities so that you don't fall victim
    to this ugly circumstance. And should in case you are already dealing with
    anybody or office claiming to be from the U.S. Department of Treasury, you are
    advised to STOP further contact with them in your best interest and then contact
    immediately the real office of the U.S. Department of Treasury only with the
    below information’s accordingly:

    NAME: Mr. Jacob Lew
    OFFICE ADDRESS: U.S. Department of the Treasury
    1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, D.C. 20220.

    Email: [email protected]

    NOTE:
    In your best interest, any message that doesn't come from the above official
    email address should not be replied to and should be disregarded accordingly for
    security reasons. Meanwhile, we will advise that you contact the U.S. Department
    of the Treasury office immediately with the above email address and request that
    they attend to your payment file as directed so as to enable you receive your
    inheritance funds accordingly.

    Ensure you follow all their procedure as may be required by them as that will
    further help hasten up the whole procedures as regards to the transfer of your
    funds to you as designated. Also have in mind that the U.S. Department of the
    Treasury equally have their own protocol of operation as stipulated on their
    banking terms. Once again, we will advise that you contact them with the above
    email address and make sure you forward to them all the necessary information
    which they may require from you prior to the release of your fund to you
    accordingly. Should in case you need
    any more information in regards to this notification, feel free to get back to
    us so that we can brief you more as we are here to guide you
    during and after this project has been completely perfected and you have
    received your inheritance funds as stated.

    Thank you very much for your anticipated co-operation in advance as we earnestly
    await your urgent response to this matter.

    Best Regards,

    JAMES B. COMEY
    WASHINGTON D.C ROOM, 7367
    J. EDGAR HOOVER FBI BUILDING
    935 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
    NW WASHINGTON, DC 20535.

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