So you have been paying a lot of charges trying to secure that large, filthy sum of money from Nigeria.
Look no further, someone is looking into the issue.
This is a scam mail that reads like a follow-on to an earlier scam – you were scammed and could not get your money. “Oh we understand that, don’t deal with that earlier guy, deal with me and you will get the money.”
As long as you are scammed once, they would assume that you are gullible enough for them to use any stories to believe that they are trying to help to get hold of that “fake” money. Stop sending money, and stop dealing with these crooks!
The scammer is probably a rich scammer who has ripped off hundreds in the past years and is residing in the UK.
From: BARCLAYS BANK PLC <email@example.com>
Subject: REF:- INSTRUCTION TO CREDIT YOUR ACCOUNT WITH YOUR OVERDUE PAYMENT.
Date: Thursday, November 27, 2008, 6:09 PM
The Barclays logo is seen in an undated file…
INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT,
BARCLAYS BANK PLC.
1 Churchill Place,
E14 5HP London,
REF:- INSTRUCTION TO CREDIT YOUR ACCOUNT WITH YOUR OVERDUE PAYMENT.
This is the second and the last time we will be notifying you about these said funds.
After due vetting and evaluation of your contract/Inheritance file which the Ministry Of Finance Of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Forwarded and contracted with us to see to the immediate release of your overdue payment of ($30,500,000) thirty million five hundred thousand USD, from their Offshore Account with us. We were meant to understand from our findings that you have been going through hard times by paying alot of charges to see to the release of your overdue payment , which has been delayed due to the handwork of some miscreant elements from Nigeria.We advise that you stop further communication with any correspondence from Nigeria. Your representatives in Nigeria will tell you to still go ahead with them. If you do that, it is at your own risk.
The only thing required from you is to obtain an Irrevocable Affidavit of Claim from the British Justice Council before transfer approval from United Kingdom government could be granted.
We will direct you on how to obtain the Affidavit so that our bank will effect immediate transfer of your fund into your designated bank account. Should you follow up our directives, your fund will reflect in your account within five Bank working days from the day you obtain this Affidavit. Do not go through anybody again but through this bank if you really want your fund.
Make sure you contact me the moment this letter is received by you eith of this email account or using this bank official remittance unit email account as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call on +44-702-408-2728 to enable us commence actions on your funds release process.
Yours In Service,
Mr. Thomas Bryan
Head, Private Banking Section.
Barclays Bank Plc. London.