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 Four Piggys from the New Governor - Part 1

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:48 am Reply with quoteBack to top

This began as a mass phone bait of a lotto scammer's number from the surplus letters forum. It didn't take long to effectively shut down Watson M0llet's phone with this ASEM:
Quote:
Are you sure that your letter was meant for me? The news is very surprising and raises many questions. Would you be able to call and explain some things today at +44 7035 92 18OO ? Ask for Watson.
Thank you very much.

By coincidence, Mugu Molester was doing the same thing to the same Watson M0llett, so we began to coordinate our efforts so as not to alarm the mugus with a duplicated effort.

Among the many scripted responses to the phone bait was one from the new Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Lamid0 S4nusi. Before it was over he had served up four piggys and then succumbed to a dolla chop that left him bewildered and then silent.

The cast of characters:
Tuco (Me)
Watson M0llett, Certified Groundhog Trainer (Maga, Me)
Lamid0 S4nusi, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (Mugu)
Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de, Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency(Mugu)
Miscellaneous Supporting Cast (Mugu)
Mr. G0mer, Chairman of the G0merB0yze (Me)


His opening script:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 11:35 AM
Subject: Your Surprising Letter

I contacted Watson MOllet, to transfer the sum of $18.5m into your account. There is no point wasting time on calls than provide me with requested information in my message to enable us proceed accordongly.


Watson's script, intended to generate more calls:


Quote:
From: Watson MOllett
To: GOVENOR S4NUSI LAMID0 S4NUSI <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 1:24 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter

Thank you very much for your prompt reply and the important information that you provided.

The necessary information that you need to proceed is as follows:

Full Name: Watson Seymour MOllett III
Sex: Male
Age: 57
Marital Status: Divorced
Employer: ZSL London Zoo
Occupation: Groundhog Trainer
Mailing Address: 4A ST. GEORGES SQUARE
PORTSMOUTH, LONDON, Po1 3AX
Tel: +44 7O35 92 1800
Fax: +44 87O4 79 5004
Nationality: United Kingdom

I hope that the attached id card will suffice as not everyone has a driver's license or passport.

If you called yesterday and couldn't get through, please call again in the morning.
Thank you again so very much.


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His reply:
Quote:

From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 1:39 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Your message is hereby acknowledged with thanks.

I am happy rceiving your information which will make it possible to conclude the funds transfer processing on monday.

Most importantly, the transfer of the $18.5m must be done legally with the directives of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (I.M.F) and the United Nations (UN). Their directives is very simple and that is, all international funds remittance above a $1m must be accompanied by an International Drug, Anti Terrorists and Money Laundry Free Certificate.

The above is to checkmate the sad and ugly development of September 11,2001, terrorists attacks on New York and Washington by Osama Bin Laden Al-quelda terrorists network. It is mandatory that the certificate must accompany the $18.5m into your account to establish the legality of the funds in your custody and also that the funds emanated from a genuine contract and neither from any of the above offences.

The certificate is therefore a pre-requisite to the release of the $18.5m. You have to apply for the certificate and you can use the below Central Bank of Nigeria accredited attorney to apply and obtain it on monday. We shall discuss on further on this on mt receipt of your reply. He is:

Mr.Henry Adindu Iwu Esq.

E-mail: [email protected]

Please, give me a call on receipt of this message on my direct line: 234-808-632-9292. Be rest assured of the funds successfully transfer of the funds on tuesday. Its 100% guaranteed.

I wait for your call.
Mr.S4nusi Lamid0 S4nusi

Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).


He doesn't like being ignored:

Quote:
From: [email protected]>
Date: Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 12:11 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Mr.Watson M0llet,

There is no point keeping me waiting.

If you cannot make a part payment of $5000 drug free certificate fee of $15,000, and receive the $18.5m in your account and take away your 40% of the funds, please, inform me as you receive this message.

Regards,

Governor S4nusi.


All I really wanted up to this point was more calls to Watson M0llett's number, but since he is being persistent:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 10:18 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Hello Mr. S4nusi:

You have kept me waiting for your call that never came.

At any rate, I am attempting to move forward through this process. Since I am a humble groundhog trainer and have never done any business overseas, I have never had any reason to send money by Western Union until now. All this is new to me.

I understand that these forms need to be completed so that I can send the $5,000.00 USD to your country. Please print them out, complete them as soon as possible, then scan the completed copies and return them to me as pdf files.

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Watson M0llett

6 attachments - Courtesy of Nurse Nasty


The forms create a self-imposed impasse for the governor:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 5:41 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Mr.M0llet,

I am in receipt of the forms you sent and honestly speaking, this is the first time and i am coming across your kind of process ever since i was the Group Managing Director of the First Bank of Nigeria Plc, that introduced western union in Nigeria, and indeed Africa in general.

I am totally disppointed that you have not been able to send part payment of the drug free certificate fee of $5000. The true position is that non of our offshore service banks like the Union Bank of Switzerland, the Citi Bank of New York, USA, the Dexia Bank of Brussels, Belgium etc, can effect your funds release without the drug, anti terrorist and money laundry free certificate. I believe Mr.Iwu Esq, whom i have decided to advance the sum of $15,000, to enable him conclude the funds release process faster must have informed you of this glaring development.

Please, forward the forms to the lawyer Mr.Iwu Esq, and whatever he says is abiding on the transaction. My concern is to have a legal evidence that will compel me to remit the $18.5m into your account which i am ready to do today.

I am as well wondering what you want us to discuss on phone that has not been fully explained to you. Please, get across to the lawyer as you receive this message, and have in mind that i am just two weeks old in office are presently all eyes are on me.

Tthis is the naked you must observe if you really want to work or transact any business with me.

I wait for your positive reply.

Sincerely,

Governor S4nusi,
Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria.


From: [email protected]>
Date: Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 7:10 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Mr.M0llet,

I have just finished discussing with Mr.Henry Adindu Iwu Esq, who is handling all aspects of your funds legal release concerning the western union forms you sent.

He said its simple. All you need to do is fill the sender's column with your full names and address. The receiver's name as MR.ANSEL4M BASIL (NIGERIA).

The western union there shall give you the Money transfer control number (MTCN).

Then you will requested to fill-in a question and and answer. In this respect, the lawyer says you should use the following: Text Question: What colour? Answer: Green.

Purpose of sending the money: To your friend in Nigeria.

This is what you are requested to do immediately and get the information across to him immediately. I want our offshore service bank contact you not later than tomorrow wednesday as i would not want any form of suspicion entrenched in this transaction.

Please, comply as above urgently.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi,
Governor,Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).


From: [email protected]>
Date: Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 1:20 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


I like doing things with honest people, and you just proved to be one by scanning your udentity and sent to me shows you can be trsuted. The problem is that this is a legal transaction that even our correspondent paying the money to you demands for the legality of the funds to be free from drug, terrorism, money laundry or other related offences. This is the bone of contention as anything worth doing is worth doing well.

I am looking forward to reading your positive email in this direction as i want our correspondent bank to contact you tomorrow wednesday. All you need to do is fill the western union form as instructed to send the money and i shall put smiles on your face instantly.

Accept my warmest regards,

Governor Lamido S4nusi,

CBN Governor.


Out of the blue, a gift piggy:

Quote:
From: [email protected]>
Date: Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 5:28 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Mr.M0llet,

The attorney has provided an alternative means for your sending the $5000. If you cannot send the money by western union money transfer as instructed, please, use the below account to send it immediately.

CITI BANK (KONGKONG) LIMITED.
9th floor dorset house taikoo place hongkong.
Bank code. XXX.
SWIFT: XXXXXXXX.
BENEFICIARY: GENSIS PRIME CORPORATION LTD,
A/C NO: XXXXXXXX.

I wait for your response.

Governor S4nusi.


Piggy #1 off to Alan.

Then phone problems with the real Watson M0llet, something completely beyond my control:

Quote:
From: [email protected]>
Date: Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


You were the one that insisted i must call you on phone for us to discuss how you are to send the $5000. I have severally called you today and each time you are either answering and dropping the call or putting your phone on answering machine.

Its unfortunate.


Sometimes a groundhog trainer team has reasons for not answering the phone:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 3:02 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr. Sanusi:

Please accept my sincere apologies for the unexcuseable behavior of my junior trainer over the phone today. It has been pandemonium beyond description here today at the London zoo's groundhog grotto. Three of our female groundhogs, specimens in the prime of their lives, were ravaged by a rapacious terrier which had broken free from its master, a very distinguished lady visitor.

It seems that the terrier had caught the scent of a grey wolf bitch in heat in the adjacent pen and, because of the wind direction, mistook my lady groundhogs as the target of his sudden affections. I have warned the board of directors over and over NOT to locate the grey wolves next to my groundhogs for this very reason but they would not listen. The first of your phone calls must have come in during the height of this crisis, the rest came in during the aftermath.

The distinguished lady visitor fainted upon the sight of her terrier mounting the first groundhog. That is just as well as both the terrier and the groundhog began squealing, we are not sure whether from pain or delight (they have no way of telling you). Our unsuccessful attempts to separate them physically resulted in numerous bites, bruises and abrasions to three of us. Taking advantage of our exhausted condition, the terrier went on to violate two more of my precious little girls, as I call them. All three of them are in the veterinary infirmary and will be kept under observation the rest of the week. I will have a lot of paperwork to attend to in the morning reporting this incident to my superiors and to our cooperate legal team.

All that having been said, I have received your bank details and should be able to attend to the $5,000.00 wire transfer later tomorrow. Again, please accept my apologies on behalf of my junior trainer. He is still in the hospital emergency room, although we expect him to be discharged later tonight.

Regards,

Watson


Since the cash was wafted about under his nose, he accepts the apology:


Quote:

From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 5:03 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I, accept your sincere apologies in good faith, and at the same time, wish to say sorry from the bottom of heart concerning the sad and ugly development that took place in your zoo yesterday. I hope the affected victims did received adequate medical attention immediately.

Yes, the lawyer sent the account yesterday which i sent to you and called you severally but to no avail. All you need to do is take it to your bank and instruct them to transfer the $5000 into that account. Soon as you do this today, scan the transfer slip and send to me immediately.

This is a transaction that would have been successfully concluded before now. Nevertheless, i look forward to receiving the remittance slip to enable the attorney obtain the drug, money laundry and free certificate for us to dispatch Payment Advice to our correspondent bank to contact you immediately for the funds release. This is my prime concern.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi

Governor, CBN.


The anticipation of imminent cash makes him edgy:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 3:42 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


What are we suffering from this time around?

Have you not been able to transfer the money as instructed?

I wait for the remittance slip.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi.
CBN, Governor.


I remain oblivious to his irritated state:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 2:20 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr. Sanusi:

Thank you so very much for your continued concern over the aftermath of yesterday's horrific events. Yes, it was truly sad and ugly and your sympathies are much appreciated. Although it is a simple matter to assess the modest degree of injuries to ourselves, there is no way to fully evaluate the psychological trauma to my precious little girls. Our animal psychological specialist has spent the better part of the day with them in the infirmary. We are particularly concerned about the possible effects of their common post-traumatic stress syndrome upon the rest of our groundhog community.

It is indeed fortunate that our immensely popular annual groundhog event was successfully conducted last week. I have attached a photo for your interest.

The groundhogs performed many feats of extraordinary skill for the audience, including line dancing and harmonic whistling. My favorite, Lucy, is shown in an attached photo after her blue-ribbon winning modern dance routine. These girls can get down!!

After many long hours today with supervisory and legal staff, insurance representatives and the local authorities it should interest you to know that I was able to make it to the bank right before closing time. I am happy to inform you that the transaction was approved, the actual wire transfer is scheduled for Monday.


I appreciate your patience with our situation here and look forward to working with you to the successful conclusion of this project.

Warm regards,

Watson


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The Punxsatawney, Pennsylvania master of ceremonies bears a certain resemblance to Bill Murray. Good enough for mugu work, anyway.

He has to wait through the whole weekend for his $5,000:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Sat, Jun 20, 2009 at 4:03 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Thanks for your long awaited message.

I know honest persons when i come across them. I am not doubting anything transferring the $18.5m into your safe account. You paved the way for me to work with you as i am just new in office and i shall never let you down.

I am only disturbed that the transaction is a bit delayed more than necessary, but this is evidently due to circumstances surrounding your plight. Nevertheles, i wish the $5000 transfer could come before noon so that the scanned slip from you would be used for processing the mandatory drug, anti terrorists and money laundry free certificate.

Once again, accept my sympathy and do everything to the best of your ability to scan the $5000 remittance slip and send to me first thing monday morning.

Accept my warm regards and stay blessed.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi,
CBN,GOVERNOR.



Quote:

From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 12:16 PM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Governor Sanusi:

Thank you again for your patience and understanding as we complete this important step of our transaction. Please find attached a scanned copy of the transfer slip.

I am looking forward very much to the completion of our business. I intend to use half of the money to expand and upgrade our groundhog grotto at the zoo. When I bring $9M USD plus to the table at next board of directors meeting, they will be forced to finally listen to me this time and do as I say. The first thing to go will be these despicable grey wolves. Their howling sets all of my little charges on edge, not to mention the potential for disasters like last Thursday's, which needs no further discussion. Imagine the holocaust that would take place if these brutes were to ever break in among my precious little girls and boys.

If the board cannot find another location for the wolves within the zoo grounds, then I am afraid they will just have to get the chop. I am that serious about this!! Animal loving has its limits!!

I would like to name the expanded and refurbished groundhog area as "The Governor S4nusi Groundhog Grotto" in your honor, with a plaque showing your likeness. Would this be acceptable to you? I hope very much that it will.

Please let me know that the wire transfer has cleared at your bank, then we can proceed with the final transfer of my fund. Thank you again.

Warm Regards,

Watson


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His gleeful response:
Quote:

From [email protected]
Date Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 9:07 AM
Subject Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Thanks for your great message.

The payment slip has been forwarded accordindingly as it will take 48 hours from today for the attorney to receive the $5000.

For your expanded and refurbished groundhog area as "The Governor S4nusi Groundhog Grotto" in my honor, with a plaque showing my likeness shall be the greatest thing to happen to me in life history and i look forward to visiting London soon as this is done.

The attorney has put every application ready as he assured me this morning. Your funds release is 100% guaranteed soon as the international drug and money laundry free ceretificate is ready within this week. It the $5000 was sent by western union we would have just concluded today.

Be rest assured that smiles must soon be on your face and i will be visiting your zoo very very soon.

Stay blessed.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi CBN, Governor.


Now for the goodies to hit the fan.

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 4:01 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear M0llet,

Yiou sent me your bank's approval document instead of the remittance slip, why?

Please, endeavour to send your bank's remittance slip to enable us cash the money as soon as possible.

I wait to receive it today!!!

Governor S4nusi.


From: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Please, go to your bank today and verify if the transfer was actually done on monday and send us the remiitance slip and not the approval paper.

Governor S4nusi.


How am I supposed to know the difference? Did I cause a scene in a bank in Hong Kong?


Quote:
From: Watson Mollett
To: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 9:26 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr. S4nusi:

I'm sorry but this is very confusing to me. Are you saying that I sent the wrong document? I don't understand. Please bear with me as I am not an international businessman of your stature, I am a simple zookeeper and I know very little about overseas money transfers.

What does this remittance slip look like? Please describe it to me. I will have to go home tonight and rummage through the bank papers.

Also, if you could send me a portrait of your likeness to be sculpted unto the bronze plaque, I want to get that process started so that you can be properly honored. I want the plaque to be in place for everyone to see when the work starts.

My three precious little girls will be released back into the general groundhog population on a controlled basis starting tomorrow. We will start them out with an hour of contact with the others and then increase the allotted time by one half hour each day if all goes well. The animal psychologist is concerned about how they will now be regarded by my little boys.

It is great fun to be working alongside my fellow board members, harboring the secret of our transaction. They have no clue as to what's coming. It will hit them like a freight train.

I hope to get this transfer documentation business sorted out by morning. I appreciate your patience.

Warm regards,

Watson


Quote:

From: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 11:41 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I will send you a portrait of my likeness but lets get the funds acros to you first.

Go to your bank and request them to give you the transfer slip not the paper you sent to me. I look forward to receiving that tomorrow morning.

Governor S4nusi.


Since I am proving myself to be good for $5,000, I should also be good for another $10,000. The mugu will regret this:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 4:14 AM
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.


Attn: Mr.Watson S.M0llet 111.

Sir,

Your attorney Mr.Henry Adindu Iwu Esq, A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), arrived our office today at about 8.30 am Nigerian time with the sum of $5000, a Promissory note and a covering letter written by the new Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Mr.Sanusi Lamid0 S4nusi, applying for a Drug, Money Laundry and Anti Terrorists Free Certificate on your outsatnding contract sum of $18.5m.

We granted his application and showed him copies of the latest directives forwarded to us last week thursday by the Presidency being the new guidlines on the issuance of the certificate. Henceforth, any application for the certificate by any contractor or his/her attorney must be accompanied by a valid federal high court affidavit in supoort of claim receipt of payment of $7500. Furthermore, that the application and the certificate fees respecyively must be paid in full to the federal inland revenue service (FIRS), and the receipt of payment attached to the application for the approval of the Presidency.

The President of the Federal of Nigeria, President Umaru Musa Yar'adua (GCON), took the drastic measures to checkmate our economy against the nefarious attitudes of some of our top Oovernment functionaries, who conive with their foreign counterparts to siphon Nigeria's oil wealth into their foreign accounts for their selfish interests The Nigerian nation has lost several billions of dollars through this means during the previous military and civilian regimes in our country. This action is not meant to witch-hunt any innocent contractor like you, as our Federal Executive Council (FEC), took the decision in naking sure that all final remittance approvals are granted by the Presidency and dispatched to you contractors by courier service for sanctity and accountability. You are only requested to comply with the simple directives and receive your $18.5m under enabling environment devoid of any suspicion both here in Nigeria and in your country as well.

We do not intend to hurt any foreign contractor and more especially the new apex bank governor, who is just less than a month in office. We did referred your attorney to pay the $5000 as directed to the federal inland revenue service and forward its receipt of payment to enable us commence the processing of the certificate for your funds immediate release.
We wish to thank you in advance in anticopation of your understanding and cooperation in protecting our jobs and appointemnts here in the NDLEA. We look forward to receiving the balance of $10,000, as well as your future viable business relationships with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de
Chairman, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA),
Nigeria.

CC: Apex Bank Governor, Mr.S4nusi Lamid0 S4nusi.


Another $10,000 deserves comment from the governor:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 4:23 AM
Subject: Fwd: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I herevy acknowledge and forward the mesage sent to you by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), that was copied to me on the latest directives of the Presidency concerning the issuance of the certificate.

This was however, made possible becaue i decided to borrow the sum of $5000 from someone late yesterday and gave to your attorney to proceed with the processing of the certificate at the Ndlea this mornng pending when the $5000 you sent arrives the Citi Bnak of HongKong account for me to refund the owner.

Well anything worth doing is worth doing well and most importantly, it is always good to be on the safe side.. According to their message, the Presidency wants the $15,000, paid in full and also a federal high court affidavit suport o claim for their approval of your funds. I am going to do verything humanly possible to raise the $7500 affidavit fee and give to the lawyer to obtain it on monday morning unfailingly.

The situation now demands you send the the balance of $10,000, certificate fee as requested by the Presidency through the Ndlea indeed on all foreign payments henceforth. All i know is that come what may the $18.5m must be in your custody by this time next week. This is as sure as death and please, keep all aspects of this transction strictly confidential for your utmost interest and take everybody by surprise . The confidentiality of this transaction shall guarantee its successful conclusion. You must have read the message of the Ndlea and understand what i mean by this.

Cheers!

Yours-in-service,

Mr.S4nusi Lamid0 S4nusi

CBN Governor.


All this nonsense looks scripted. Be patient, Mr. Gi4de, we'll get you off script too.

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Jun 25, 2009 9:14 AM
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.
To: [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]


Attn: Mr.Watson S.M0llet 111.

Sir,

Your attorney Mr.Henry Adindu Iwu Esq, A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), arrived our office today at about 8.30 am Nigerian time with the sum of $5000, a Promissory note and a covering letter written by the new Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Mr.Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, applying for a Drug, Money Laundry and Anti Terrorists Free Certificate on your outsatnding contract sum of $18.5m.

We granted his application and showed him copies of the latest directives forwarded to us last week thursday by the Presidency being the new guidlines on the issuance of the certificate. Henceforth, any application for the certificate by any contractor or his/her attorney must be accompanied by a valid federal high court affidavit in supoort of claim receipt of payment of $7500. Furthermore, that the application and the certificate fees respecyively must be paid in full to the federal inland revenue service (FIRS), and the receipt of payment attached to the application for the approval of the Presidency.

The President of the Federal of Nigeria, President Umaru Musa Yar'adua (GCON), took the drastic measures to checkmate our economy against the nefarious attitudes of some of our top Oovernment functionaries, who conive with their foreign counterparts to siphon Nigeria's oil wealth into their foreign accounts for their selfish interests The Nigerian nation has lost several billions of dollars through this means during the previous military and civilian regimes in our country. This action is not meant to witch-hunt any innocent contractor like you, as our Federal Executive Council (FEC), took the decision in naking sure that all final remittance approvals are granted by the Presidency and dispatched to you contractors by courier service for sanctity and accountability. You are only requested to comply with the simple directives and receive your $18.5m under enabling environment devoid of any suspicion both here in Nigeria and in your country as well.

We do not intend to hurt any foreign contractor and more especially the new apex bank governor, who is just less than a month in office. We did referred your attorney to pay the $5000 as directed to the federal inland revenue service and forward its receipt of payment to enable us commence the processing of the certificate for your funds immediate release.
We wish to thank you in advance in anticopation of your understanding and cooperation in protecting our jobs and appointemnts here in the NDLEA. We look forward to receiving the balance of $10,000, as well as your future viable business relationships with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de
Chairman, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA),
Nigeria.

CC: Apex Bank Governor, Mr.Sanusi Lamido S4nusi.



From [email protected]
Date Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 1:32 PM
Subject Re: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.


Mr.Mollet

Sir.

I am in receipt of your message with thanks.

Be well informed that the $5000 you sent is also a part of the drug free certificate application and issuance fee of $15,000. I have called Governor Sanusi and he confirmed to me that your lawyer Mr.H/A.Iwu Esq provided the account. Furthermore that even the $5000 you sent has not reflected on the receiving account in Hongkong.
I don't have any account to send to you. It is the duty of your lawyer and he has just provided one. You have to send the $10,000, balance through the same account but make sure you scan and send to me a copy of the Teles transfer copy tomorrow.
The presidency demands for legal documentary approvals to avoid the stealing of our funds by out dubious officials with the nassistance of their foreign partners in crime.

Respomf withnthe slip immediately.

Mr.Gi4de.


Ok, I can go borrow the $10,000:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
CC: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 2:02 PM
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE


Dear Mr. Gi4de:

I have just been to the bank to apply for the line of credit. The papers have been signed, now it has to be approved by the branch manager. I will keep you informed.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


He gets upset when the cash is dangling just beyond his reach:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 2:13 PM
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.


Dear Mr. M0llet,

I dislike doing things with people who cannot adhere to simple instructions. How can i receive the $5000 yoiu sent without the telegraphic wire tranfer copy? Are you afraid of asking your bank to give you a copy of the telex tranfer copy?

If i don't receive it by first thing tomorrow morning then i don't how to proceed with the transaction since i cannot receive the money you sent. Why did you decided to send me the approval paper instead the telex transfer copy?

Its not my style of doing things please.

Governor S4nusi.


Stalling and piggy-fishing:
Quote:

From: Watson M0llett
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.
To: [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009, 4:04 PM

Dear Mr. Gi4de:

I have read your letter and I think I understand it fully. It will take me a little time to raise the $10,000 as my ready cash on hand of $5,000 was already sent to Mr. Lamido S4nusi, Governor of CBN. Is this is the final fee that I will encounter in the transaction?

I will have to borrow against my retirement account to raise this amount of money. I have an appointment with the bank shortly to set up the line of credit.

Do you have a bank account where I can wire the funds? I want to keep this process moving.

Regards,

Watson Seymour M0llett, III


Mr. Gi4de, the governor should have warned you about WU forms:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 8:26 AM
Subject: NEW GUIDELINES ON THE DRUG, ANTI TERRORISTS AND MONEY LAUNDRY FREE CERTIFICATE.


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I can understand from what Governor is saying that you are actually making things absolutely difficult to be true. Otherwise, why have you not been able to send a copy of the $5000 telex transfer copy to him? There is no way the account owners can give your lawyer the $5000. Its prractically impossible.

Again, there is no point wasting time the balance of $10,000, through the same account. You have to send the $10,000, by western union money transfer as follows:

1. Send the sum of $4000 by western union money transfer with the name: MR.LUCAS BARNET, London.Please, state the city of sending and transfer information alongside the control number.

2. Send the sum of $3500, to MR.ALLEN BRUCE, London, Please, state the city of sending and transfer information alongside the control number.

3. Send the sum of $2500 to MR.SIMON GREEN, London, Please, state the city of sending and transfer information alongside the control number.

Furnish me with the above transfer infomation and i will immediately forward them to London for cashing. Please, folow my sinple instructions to avoid another hitch in receiving the money you sent.

I want your funds transfer process concluded as soon as possible by monday next week.

I wait for the above transfer information.


Come on, Alan. I know there's a long line at the sausage factory:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 8:54 AM
Subject: Re: Your Surprising Letter


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Owners of the account with the Citi Bank of Hongkong has once again stated this morning that you did not transfer any $5000 into their account as such money from your Royal Bank of Scotland, London, has not reflected on their account till today friday 25th June, 2009.

They further said that if you actually sent $5000 that has failed to reflect for a number of days, what stops you sending the telex transfer (T/T) copy rather than your bank's transfer request approval copy? You must undersatnd they are talking sense.

I have spent several years in the banking industry as as bank manager of several banks in Nigeria and indeed Africa, the general director of First Bank Nigeria Plc, before my present appointment as the apex bank governor,and i know too well that owners of the account are saying the simple truth. If yu are expecting me to borrow money from people and acualise your transaction or that Mr.Giade and Mr.Iwu Esq, can still proceed with processing the Drug and Money Laundry free certificate for me to borrow another $75000 and finance the affidavit in support of claim, whereas the $5000 i borrowed has not been refunded cannot work. It can never work.

Since you cannot send a copy of the telex transfer made by your bank to Hongkong, for the owners of the account to see if the money was actually transferred by our bank and why it has not reflected on their account, then keep the copy to yourself as i am also believing you did not sent any $5000 period.

This is the true position.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi

CBN Governor.


Yes, yes, yes!!! Alan Delivers:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
CC: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 11:32 AM
Subject MR.M0LLET HAS BEEN TOLD WHAT TO DO.


Sir,

Folowing, our telephone discussions, i wish to write you and Mr.M0llet, on the issue of the account you just made known to me.

I have informed Mr.M0llet of how to send the balance of $10,000, and names giiven to him to do so. I don't see the account problem affecting the his funds processing. Many atimes compny accounts are subjected to investgations as drug peddlers use such accounts for their selfish interest. I am the drug investigations chief in Nigeria working with the FBI and other agencies world wide. The account must have such problem as it belongs to a corporation and not government.

All hands should be on deck to deliver his $18.5m by tuesday nexr week atmost.

Regards,

Mr.Gi4de
NDLEA.



Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 11:42 AM
Subject: Re: MR.M0LLET HAS BEEN TOLD WHAT TO DO.


I am fully comitted to his funds release. You can understand that the sum of $5000, that Mr.Iwu came to your office with was borrowed by me.

Stay blessed.

Governor S4nusi.


In case he didn't notice the turd in the punch bowl:

Quote:
From: Watson Mollett
To: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 10:37 AM
Subject: SOME VERY BAD NEWS


Dear Mr. S4nusi:

I have some very bad news for you. When I was finally able to get to the bank to pick up the remittance slip, I was asked to go meet with the wire transfer agent, Mrs. Helen W4ite in her office. She gave me the attached document and explained that the wire transfer did not go through, that your account at the CitiBank in HongKong was under investigation for suspicious activity. What on earth is going on? The money is still here!!

What am I supposed to do now? I have followed your instructions to the letter and now this mess. If you had simply filled out the forms for a Western Union transfer back at the beginning, we would both be starting a very well-deserved and happy weekend right now. A man of your stature has many subordinates working under him, I don't understand why one of them can't fill out the forms for you if you are too lazy.

I've had enough of this for one week, not to mention your poor attitude of late. I'm leaving work early and going to the beach for the weekend. I can only suggest that you go to Helen W4ite concerning your payment.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


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Of course the governor has nothing to do with criminal accounts:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 10:50 AM
Subject: Re: SOME VERY BAD NEWS


Dear M0llet,

Thanks for this news and at the same time i want to make it categorically clear to you that i am the custodian of Nigeria's treasury and don't have anything to do with such accounts.

I only gave you the account forwarded to me by the lawyer i consulted to handle the legal aspects of your funds release. The Mr.Iwu, i know is a reknowned Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN, who has spent close to 35 years in legal practice.

I am also in receipt of the goodnews from Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de, who says you should send the balance of $10,000, by western union money transfer through there in London. If you had done what you did today since tuesday it would have been a successful story by now. You also have to send the money through the way he stated if we must proceed to conclude without further delay.

Please, get across to him on how to send the $15,000, afterall it is meant for the certificate which they issue and not and would never be for the Central bank pf Nigeria.

Accept my warm regards,

Governor S4nusi.


More scrambling about:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 11:53 AM
Subject: SOME VERY BAD NEWS


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Whatever i must have done lately as you said is to protect and enhance your interest. Besides, i would never for any reason want to ganble your $18.5m release by subjecting anybody under me to handle your western forms, never.

I cannot do any business with Mrs.Waite.

Follow the instructions of Mr,Giade and lets conclude.

Governor S4nusi.



From [email protected]
Date Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 7:56 AM
Subject SOME VERY BAD NEWS


Dear Mr,M0llet,

Peace be with you and your entire family.

I want you to understand that i am a very busy person, holdings meetings with several banks, financial institutions, attending to our Forex, Presidential, alongside our National Assembly etc matters on daily basis. The earliest i get home every day is 9 pm. Please, reason with me.

I have so many people working under me to help fill the western union forms as you rightly said, but i want you to know henceforth that i have personal reasons to keep every aspect of your transaction to myself. For example, i am not even obatining the requested doucmentary approvals with your full information. I only ise your name Mr.Watson S.M0llet, and address as Portsmouth London. Your destiny is in your hands as you must help me to protect and receive the $18.5m for your utmost interest. Do not allow anybody, Helen W4ite or whosoever to derial the transfer of the $18.5m to you on tuesday.

You have to send the $15,000, to Nigeria, by folowing my below instructions strictly. A western union recipient in Nigeria can only cash the sum of $7500 at ago. This means you have to send $7500 twice by filling the forms as directed if couldn't have the time to do that this weekend.

Sender's Name: Mr.Watson M0llet

Address: Portsmouth, London.

Teleohone: State or preferably say not available.

Receiver's Name: Mr.Anselam Basil.

Address; 51, Akilo Road, Ogba, Ikeja-Lagos, Nigeria.

Telehone: 234-1-2I36933.

Money Tranfer Control Number (MTCN): State both mtcns that western union shall give you on each of the $7500 transfers.

Text Question: Who is my friend: Answer: Basil.

Second $7500 Text Question: What colour: Answer Green.

Purpose of Transaction: I am refunding someone i owe who travelled to Nigeria and wants his sent to him.

Please, do this transaction that i have defended before our federal executive council a great favour by filling the western union forms as stated above. I have raised the sum of $7500 for the affidavit in support of claim and i am highly optimistic that by monday the $15,000, is cahed, we shall sing a new song as i am committed to putting smiles on your face and this is already a mission accomplished.

I wait for your response ans stay blessed.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi
CBN.




Quote:
From [email protected]
Date Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 8:15 AM
Subject GOODNEWS MR.M0LLET!


Sir,

I had a perfect discussions this morning with Governor S4nusi, and he has assured of your obtaining the two documents on monday.

Please, do not waste your time sending money to anybody in London, as Governor S4nusi says, the money has to be sent to Nigeria under his strict supervision. I am happy such a top government functionary is devoting his time to assist on your funds release. Goodnews indeed!

Have a great weekend.

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Ahmadu G4ide
Chairman, Ndlea.


SOOOOOOOOEEEEEY!!!!!!!

Quote:
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
CC: [email protected]
Date: Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 9:19 AM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Attn: Mr.Watson S.M0llet

Sir,

We have finished processing your anti-terrorists, money laundry and drug free certificate. This was done based on the sum of $5000 paid to the federal inland revenue service by your attorney, Mr.H.A.Iwu Esq, and forwarded its receipt of payment to us.

I have thought deeply how its going to be possible changing the money approved by your bank for wire transfer to western union. I reason it will be contradicting issues there. I therefore, took it upon myself to source for a genuine account and send to you for transfer of the $15,000, this monday. Please, use the below account for the funds transfer.

HANG SEND BANK
83 DES VOEUX ROAD,
CENTRAL HONG KONG.
CODE: XXX.
SWIFT: XXXXXXXX.
A/C: XXXXXXXXXXXX
BENEFICIARY: XINYI GROUP GLASS COMP.LTD.

Most importantly, you have to get the telex transfer copy from your bank, scan and send to me same tomorrow. I am happy to inform you that Governor S4nusi, has confirmed that your lawyer will be going for the affidavit in support of claim as its sum of $7500 fee is ready for that purpose. I can equally release the certificate to your lawyer soon as the affidavit is ready and i am in receipt of the telex copy for the approval of your funds.

The bottom line is that you must receive your $18.5m this week and consider it done. Please, get the telex telegraphic copy so that we can be sure of successful transfer of the $15,000, to enabe me act urgently here as promised above.

I wait for the telex copy and shall get back to you with goodnews.

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de
Chairman, Ndlea.

CC: Apex Bank Governor.


He must be spending several hours a day typing nonsense to me:

Quote:
From [email protected]
Date Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 9:39 AM
Subject YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear M0llet,

I, hereby, acknowledge receipt of a copy of the message sent you by Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de containing the account for the transfer of the $15,000, to them.

We indeed have no time to trade blames, but to actualise release of the $18.5m to yoiu which i am whole heartedly committed to. This must happen few hours from tomorrow from our offshore service bank.

As you are reading this message, i have handed over the sum of $7500 to the lawyer for the affidavit with the strict instructions to obtain it unfainlingly tomorrow monday.

I can see reasons with Mr.Giade, in respect of the account he sent to you because your bank has approved the money for telegraphic transfer, and suddenly going through western union since Helen W4ite is waiting to transfer the money will actually not be proper.

Meanwhile, the attorney has to proceed with obtaining the affidavit first thing tomorrow morning. I am compelled to send you this message today to enable you conclude the funds transfer at your bank first thing tomorrow morning because i know too well you are are also a busy man. This will enhance my convincing Mr.Gaide to issue the certificate to the attorney soon as the affidavit is ready for him to present all the receipts of payments and the documents to the Presidency for instant approval.

Please, help me actualise this tomorrow morning by sending a copy of the telex transfer made by your bank.

Kindly, acknowledge receipt of my message for you are blessed.

Yours-in-service,

Governor S4nusi
CBN.


Now the extra $10,000 serves to pull the first $5,000 farther from his greedy fingers:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 7:59 AM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear Mr. Gi4de:

Thank you for your efforts and diligence in arranging the next to last step of our transaction. I'm glad you have taken over for Mr. S4nusi, at least you seem to know what you are doing.

As you know, the $5,000 USD that I tried to send to Mr. S4nusi last week is still on hand at the Royal Bank of Scotland. I have applied for a line of credit to raise the additional $10,000 USD against my retirement account at a different bank. Hopefully my loan application will be approved and I will have the cheque for the $10,000 in my hands this week. Then I can go to the Royal Bank of Scotland and wire the $15,000 all at one time.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


He picks up on that immediately:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 9:30 AM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear Mr.M0llet,

Thanks for your prompt response.

Go to your Royal Bank of Scotland and inform them to transfer the $5000 today while we wait for the balance within the week.

I wait for the transfer slip tomorrow.

My taking over from Governor S4nusi is to conclude your transaction this week.

Regards,

Mr.Gi4de
Chairman, Ndlea.


From: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 4:07 AM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I wish to inform you that your $18.5m affidavit in support of claim was obtained yesterday by your attorney, Mr,Iwu.Esq.

All is well with your funds release except that the $15,000, receipt of payment has to be attached to the drug and money laundry free certificate and the affidavit otherwise the $18.5m is already as good as in your account.

Please, get back to me as soon as you receive this message.

With all regards,

Mr.Gi4de.


I'll see if this heightens the tension:

Quote:
From Watson Mollett
To [email protected]
Date Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 5:52 AM
Subject YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.

Dear Mr. Gide:

Mrs. Helen W4ite of the Royal Bank of Scotland called and requested that I meet privately with her and her branch director today at 1pm. It concerns CitiBank of HongKong's investigation into the account associated with Mr. S4nusi. It is still not clear to me what was going on with that.

There was no word yesterday on my loan application. I will keep you informed.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


Some twisting in the wind:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 7:58 AM
Subject: THE TRUE POSITION.


To the best of my knowledge though i am not holding brief for Governor S4nusi, certianly he has nothing to do with such account . When your lawyer came with the affidavit i asked him about the account as i observed it has made Governor S4nusi so sad since last weekend.

Your lawyer said the account belongs to a group operating mico-finance banks in Nigeria. Mr,.wu, is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), and certainly will never get involved with something rubish. If the owners of the account gave it to drug peddlers and subjected their account to investigations does not concern your $18.5m transasction. If Governor S4nusi had guided you on sending the money by western union money transfer your transaction would have been concluded since last.

Thats the true position and please keep posted.

Mr.Gi4de.



From: henry4dindu iwu <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 9:52 AM
Subject: IN PUTTING THE RECORDS STRAIGHT.


Mr.M0llet,

I am disappointed that Governor S4nusi, is blaming me for collecting an account from a micro-finance bank and gave him to send to you. How does he want me to stay in Nigeria and know that their account in far away Hong Kong was bad? I obeyed him from day one when he consulted me to work for you and wait for my fees after you receive your money otherwise he cannot be blaming since last week

Have you ever responded to any of my messages since i commenced legal duties on your funds release? The answer is no. If he feels i can no longer work for other foreign contractors through him all well and good.

Hon.H.A.Iwu Esq.



From: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 10:00 AM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


I am waiting for the outcome of the meeting with your bank officials. The drug free certificate has been processed and your attorney has obtained the affidavit. All we need to do is forward them to the Presidency alongside the receipts of payment for instant approval.

Honestly, the issue of the account is gone. All we should do is to remain focused and conclude your funds release and i see nothing stopping this from happening this week. Governor S4nusi, has been mad with the lawyer. He is just a month old in office and facing such trauma isn't good. I have told him to put that behind him and release the money to you as all is already well with your transaction.

I wait for the outcoome of your meeting for us to round up.

Regards,
Mr.Gaide.


Starting a little confidence game of my own:

Quote:
From: Watson M0llett
To: [email protected]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 2:36 PM
Subject: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear Mr. Gi4de:

The bank officials have concluded that the bank account at CitiBank in HongKong was set up by a local operative there in Hong Kong, working in conjunction with an internet fraudster there in your country. Hopefully the operative in Hong Kong, whose mission it was to receive the money and wire some of it to his friend in Nigeria, will soon be arrested.

My theory is that some unscrupulous person within the Central Bank of Nigeria has discovered the pending transaction and has impersonated Mr. S4nusi to you and me at least with some of the emails. Governor S4nusi has already indicated that some of his subordinates are not 100% trustworthy. It is possible that the imposter planted the fraudulent account details where the Governor would access them for this purpose. The imposter would also have access to Governor S4nusi's mails. The findings of the CitiBank are consistent with this theory.

Please keep this as 100% confidential between you and myself at this point. I have no problem trusting the real Governor S4nusi, I'm just suspicious of his internal security at this point. Also, he is new to his job. It is highly likely that you and I have been dealing with an imposter part of the time.

While the bank officials did not probe into my business, they wanted to alert me as to how these scams operate. I did not compromise the confidentiality of our transaction.

The solution as I see it is very simple, just provide me with a bank account, unknown to Mr. S4nusi, that I can use to wire the funds directly to you. He doesn't need to know until the funds are safely in your custody. Let me know if this solution is acceptable to you.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


Not only does he bite, but he hands over piggy #3:

Quote:
From [email protected]
Date Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 4:09 AM
Subject Re: YOUR PROBLEM IS HEREBY SOLVED.


Dear Mr.Mllet,

I thank you so much and be assured that i will not only work with you but guarantee the safety of the $18.5m in your custody. I will tell you what to do and can be receiving and using the money from our offshore service bank and your bank will not even know you have such amount of money. Please, this is strictly confidential and between me and you.

I will get back to you shortly with details of the new account not known to Governor S4nusi as you requested.

Mr.Gaide.



From: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 5:16 AM
Subject YOUR TRANSACTION IS 100% SAFE WITH ME, ACT URGENTLY AS STATED HERE.


Dear Mollet,

We need to conclude this week as i am not associated with delays. All what you stated in your message is 100% correct but then, you have to protect and enhance my interest as i am abiding to your instructions. Do everything within your reach to send the money today using the below account:

BANK OF CHINA, (HK)
ADDRESS: I GARDEN ROAD KONG KONG
A/C: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
BENEFICIARY: polso air cargo co.Ltd
SWIFT: XXXXXXXXXXX

I am waiting for the telegraphic transfer copy today to enable our offshore service bank contact you on friday this week. With me, you have the ample chance of informing our federal reserve bank how best to get your $18.5m across to you and not necessarily going through your Royal Bank of Scotland account unless you deem that convenient.

I want to work with you but remember me when you receive your funds for i shall be glad you did.

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Ahmadu Gi4de
Chairman,Ndlea.


Keep that sausage factory humming.

Quote:
From Watson Mollett
To [email protected]
Date Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 10:09 AM
Subject YOUR TRANSACTION IS 100% SAFE WITH ME, ACT URGENTLY AS STATED HERE.


Dear Mr. Gi4de:

Is there some particular reason that it needs to be a Hong Kong bank? You know a lot more about these things than I do, I am just a little nervous after what happened last week.

Regards,

Watson M0llett


This is like opening presents on Christmas morning:
Quote:

From [email protected]
Date Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 10:51 AM
Subject YOUR TRANSACTION IS 100% SAFE WITH ME, ACT URGENTLY AS STATED HERE.


Dear Mr.M0llet,

I have tried and is still trying to lay hands on any account in another country but non yet. I was given a 100% huarantee on the account i sent to you.

I am trying to get another account. You must understand that we top government functionaries are not allowed to operate foreign accounts. Our retired officers used such means to steal several billions of dollars from Nigeria.

I am doing everything within my reach to lay hands on account in another country.

I wait for your message and will also keep you posted on my eandeavours here.

Regards,

Mr.Gaide.



f\From [email protected]
Date Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:45 PM
Subject YOU CAN USE THIS.

Dear Mollet,

I have been able to get the below account and i want to see if you can use it.

BANK OF NEW YORK
111 WALL STR.
SWIFT CODE: XXXXXXXX
ABA NO: XXXXXXXX
A/C: XXXXXXXXXX
A/C NAME: TRAVELEX H.K LTD.
BY ORDER: KAWA WATCHMAN LTD.

I believe we can conclude with the above account.

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Gaide.


Piggy #4 to Alan!!! Now a sudden change to a courier service. I suspect maybe some oga intervention here, enough piggys have vanished:

Quote:
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 4:22 AM
Subject: WE HAVE TO GO THROUGH FEDEX OR DHL COURIER SERVICE TODAY.

Dear Mr.Mollet,

All we have been looking for is how to get the $15.000, across to pay to the federal inland revenue service, obtain its receipt of payment and attach to the already obtained affidavit in support of claim and already processed drug, anti-terrorists and money laundry free certificate and pass to the Presidency for the final approval of the funds for release. Thats all we want and nothing more.

I can see that the account issue is not helping matters. I suggest you have to package the money very well and send as done by an American sometime in march this year. You have to send $15,000, equivalent in pounds sterling of 500 or 1000 pounds sterling denominations to make it look simple. All you need to do is look for a book with a thick cover. Carefully open its thick cover on both sides, put the money there and reseal possibly using gum.

It has to cime through dhl or fedex courier service with a tracking number so that both us can monitor its departure and arrival date. Address to:

Mr.Anselam Basil
13, Ijaiye Road, 1st Floor,
Opposite NIJ/WAEC,
Ogba-Ikeja,
Lagos, Nigeria.

I am most disappointed that the account issue has derailed your funds release more than necessary and this has stopped henceforth. You have to send the equivalent in pounds sterling as instructed above to make the package look clean and simple. This is the last option i apply in a situation like this and get through sucessfully.

We have wasted alot of time achieving nothing though not your making, but make sure the package leaves today and send the tracking number to me immediately.

I am waiting.

Yours faithfully,

Mr.Gi4de.


END OF PART 1

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