A play from the madhouse of the Nigerian Scammer Mafia. The story of the ambassador has been haunting the net for years and has never been as bad as it is today. Unfortunately, it does not help to make the ATM scam more palatable to potential victims. It’s all about the US$250 that the perpetrators then make off with.
Therefore:The story is fictitious, so don’t give out any documents or personal details, don’t reply, don’t send any money – but move the mail straight to the digital dustbin.
I’m contacting you this morning because the director of the ATM CARD
center here in Nigeria said that they will diver your ATM CARD to the
Government Treasury just because you cannot pay for the service fee of
your ATM CARD which is $250.00. only according to them.
But I told them to wait until I hear from you today so that I will know the
reason why you rejected such amount of money $10.5M which will change
your life just because of $250.00.
I want your urgent response as
soon as you receive this email and explain to me the reason why you
have abandon your ATM CARD because of $250.00. But if you don’t need
it then I can change your name to another person so that this
Government will not claim this money but I know that you will love to
Please my dear I want to help you to receive this fund
because it was a big shock to me that you have not receive your ATM
CARD and withdraw your money for years now and I’m very sorry for that
and you will receive your fund before the end of this meeting which
will take us 4 days and I will be here to monitor it until you receive
your fund. Finally, make sure that you reconfirm your full details.
1) FULL NAMES:
2) DELIVERY ADDRESS:
3) PHONE NUMBER
Mr. Edwards Ellis ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
From United States Former Ambassador to the Republic of Nigeria