Thursday, January 22, 2015


419 scams

Internal Audit, Monitoring, Consulting and Investigations Division
From, Richard Diaz,
Attention: Sir

This is to inform you that I came to Nigeria yesterday from London, after series of complains from the FBI and other Security agencies from Asia, Europe, Oceania, Antarctica, South America and the United States of America respectively, against the Federal Government of Nigeria and the British Government for the rate of scam activities going on in these two nations.
I have met with the President of Nigeria Dr. Good luck Jonathan today both of the nation’s government has claimed that they has been trying there best to make sure you receive your fund in your account.

Right now, we are working in collaborations with the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) to make sure that you received your funds approved to you by both the British government and the Nigeria government. You can be paid either by online banking to your Bank account, or Bank Draft preferred by you. And the only money you need to pay upfront to this regards is £260 Pounds account opening and creation of Account.

However to expedite action, you are required to re-confirm these information to me.
1) Your full names
(2)Your current house address
(3)Your telephone and mobile number
(4) Copy of your international passport or any valued identity
(5) Your bank account information where you want your money to be transferred, and
(6) Confirm your total amount so that we don't make mistake.

Sincerely, you are a lucky person because I have just discovered that some top Nigerian and British Government Officials are interested in your fund and they are working in collaboration with One Mr. Richard Graves from UK to frustrate you and thereafter divert your fund into their personal account.

I have a very limited time to stay here in Nigeria so I would like you to urgently respond to this message so that I can monitor the transfer of your fund before I go back to London.

Contact me via email:

Sincerely yours.
Dr Richard Diaz.
United Nations Under-Secretary