Another nonsense that scammers come up with, now the actual victims are already dying in an accident.
With this sly trick, they want an answer within the shortest time in their silly construct.
This insane mail is still smeared with an absolutely unknown relative to make believe that someone else is after the money. Of course, this is another stupid story from the Nigerian scammers. No one can believe what the umpteenth fake Godwin Emefiele writes.
Therefore, no response is essential, for anything in the world, don’t send any personal documents that the scammers usually always demand for other deeds. Move the email to the digital dustbin and feel sorry for the real Governor of the State Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, who keeps getting his identity stolen.
After I received a fax message from your Next of Kin Mr. Williams Thomas who informed me that you are dead in an auto accident, he claimed he is your next of kin and he further provide to me the below account for immediate transfer.
Bank of America
Your next of Kin Mr. Williams Thomas requested for immediate transfer of the US$5Million into the above account which I have prepared all documents of claim on his name because I have not heard from you for a long time. I did believe him but I insisted on your behalf to contact you to enable me to confirm if you are still alive or dead. Please confirm your health condition through the following e-mail: (email@example.com) and kindly reconfirm your personal information below:
Your full name
Your home address
Your telephone number
Your fax number
What sap Number:
You are advised to reconfirm the above listed information if you are still alive and Who is Mr. Williams Thomas, his Mr. Williams Thomas your next of kin? Please get back to me so that I can know the next step to follow regarding the out standing $5Million.