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Nigeriaist der für Deutschland zweitgrößte Rohöllieferant mit fast 5 Millionen Tonnen jährlich.
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04.August 2000
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  To: ra@rietz.de
From: fredbrume@yahoo.co.uk
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 23:36:37 +0100 (BST)

PHONE: 234-1-7747716
Efax: +00-1-5208321552

ATTN: Rietz, Michael RA,

Dear Sir,


I am Mr. Fred Brume, a senior accountant working with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in Foreign Bill Payment Department here in Nigeria. My request anchored on our desire to establish a lasting business relationship with you. You have been recommended by an associate who assured me in confidence of your ability and reliability to prosecute a pending business transaction that requires confidence.


Recently, we have identified that some of the sacked Directors used their positions to inflate some of the contracts awared to the foreign contractors before their removal from their office because of their fraudulent act.
The foreign contractors have duly done their jobs and actual amount they have been paid leaving behind the inflated amount floating in the foreign department of the Central Bank of Nigeria, without any mentioned beneficiary to come to claim.
Therefore, I and one of the partners from Federal Ministry of Finance have properly found out those modalities to divert this money to any overseas good account without any problem since we are presently in the office.
As Nigerians, we cannot stand to claim this fund since the voucher was approved for the foreign contractor, that is why we are soliciting for your assistance to help and provide a relilable account where we can divert the fund to. We are going to use our good position in the office to make sure the money is transferred quietly to the account without any hitch. We have accepted within ourselves here, to give you as the owner of the account 20% of the total sum 10% will be mapped out for paying off the expenses incurred by you and us in running the transfer, while 70% is for us, the officials. I have therfore been delegated as a matter of trust by my partners to look for a trustworthy overseas partner into whose account we could transfer the sum of Thirty point Five Million US Dollars (US$ 30,500,00.00) only hence we are writing you this letter.
Please, note that this transaction is 100% save and we shall follow the legal procedures in seeking for approvals and subsecuent transfer of the money into your account. We hope to complete the transaction within (10) ten to (14) fourteen banking days on for claims, thus making and your company the recognized beneficiaries of the fund and as such we will require from you the following: Your company's name/account number, Bank name and address, telephone and fax numbers for communication purpose.
We are looking forward to doing business with you and solicit your confidential in this transaction.
Please, acknowledge the receipt of this letter by using the above Tel/Fax numbers.

Yours faithfully