Scam Tip Report #94783 - Your Long Standing Payment

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Somewhere in United States
2019-03-18 16:15:13
Nigerian/419 Scam
Your Long Standing Payment 
Alhassan Danjuma
Email Address:
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
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From The Executive Supervisor
Financial Monitoring Authority
Office of The Presidency

Dear Beneficiary,

Re: Your Long Standing Payment

This is to inform you that in the course of my investigation as the
Presidential Director of Financial Monitoring/Implementation Agency, I
came across your name as one of the unpaid fund beneficiary in the
record of the central bank of Nigeria and other banks that are
supposed to get your funds released to you. My committee was set up by
the payment reconciliation committee to verify and scrutinize all
outstanding debts owed to our foreign beneficiaries and find the most
convenient arrangement for release of the fund to the rightful

Having seen your file and further inquiry at the Central Bank of
Nigeria (CBN) and Federal Ministry of Finance as to reason your
payment is still pending reveals the rot and corruption in the Nigeria
payment system. The bank officials informed us that the reason why you
have not received your payment is due to your inability to pay for the
required charges for transfer of funds to your account. When I asked
them why they didn't deduct the said charges from your principal sum
and then transfer the rest to you, I was given the flimsy excuse that
under our existing laws, that they are not permitted to do that
without an Affidavit of Authorization from the beneficiary authorizing
them to do so. When I put the question across to them if they ever
advised you that such charges could be deducted from your principal
fund with the Affidavit of Authorization, the answer I got was no. Now
I asked them, if you do not tell this beneficiary that by getting the
Affidavit of Authorization, that such charges could then be deducted
from his or her principal fund, how will he or she know that such
options are available for such beneficiary?

From my investigation I discovered that these bank officials
deliberately refused to avail you of that option, and to let the
charges be deducted from your principal fund because they want your
fund to remain trapped in the bank, while they continue to extort
money from you under some flimsy excuses. You do not need to pay any
money to any official, all you are required to do is swear to an
Affidavit of Authorization at the federal high court of Nigeria,
authorizing the bank to deduct all charges from your principal fund
and transfer the balance of funds after deduction to your bank
account. If you are willing to take advantage of this option, I will
advise that you get back to me immediately through and my office shall help you with getting the
Affidavit of Authorization, work out the deductions from the Central
Bank and your fund would be released straight on-no further fuss, no
further excuses from these officials.

We have a mission to restore the image of this country before the
international community again, beginning with release of accumulated
foreign debts, hence making this option available to you.

Yours sincerely,

Alhassan Danjuma
Executive Supervisor
Financial Monitoring Authority
Office of The Presidency


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If you send money to this scammer or to any scammer,please
In the US...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at and include the case number of the police report
in the UK...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at and include the case number of the police report

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