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Dr. Morgan Smith

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From:     Dr Morgan Smith <info_office_central_bank_nigeria@yahoo.com>
Reply-to:     dr_morgansmith01@yahoo.com
Subject:     Urgent Business Proposal from Central bank of Nigeri
Date:     Wed, 23 Sep 2009 03:50:51 -0700 (PDT) (06:50 EDT)

Dr. Morgan Smith
Central Bank of Nigeria
Lagos, Nigeria
Dear Sir,
It’s very urgent you reply this mail promptly on or before 48hours because we have received an application of claims from one Mr. Sumrall Christopher claiming to be the beneficiary of your inheritance fund (US$6.2) Six Million Two Hundred thousand United States Dollars. He wants us to transfer your inheritance fund into his account in United States.
Mr. Sumrall claimed that, you are involved in an Automobile Fatal Accident and you did not survive the accident dated 1st of August that he is the new beneficiary of the fund . Please, if you are dead or alive I want you to reply back immediately to avoid paying to the wrong account. We have cases of diversion of fund that is why we decided to confirm from you first before transferring the fund into his account.
We decided to accept the application of claim and Affidavit of Oath from Mr. Sumrall Christopher because for over a long period you have not contacted us regarding your inheritance fund BUT we decided to confirm first before transferring your inheritance fund into Mr. Sumrall Account next week.
If you are alive please, reply this mail on or before 48hrs from now so that we can stop the payment of the inheritance fund into Sumrall ‘s Account in Denver, Co USA.
Treat this mail very urgent.
Dr. Morgan Smith   
Central bank of Nigeria



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They frequently take on the identity of real people to help make themselves and their scam appear legitimate.

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