Thursday, 28 March 2013

Mr. Olusegun Bamidele Ajayi

Information You Need To Know

Standard Chartered Bank of Nigeria <>

Standard Chartered Bank of Nigeria
142 Ahmadu Bello Way
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Date: 27/03/2013.

Dear Sir,

My name is Mr. Olusegun Bamidele Ajayi, the New appointed Executive Director of Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited. Prior to my appointment as the Executive Director of Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited, I am aware that there has been several hurdles and delays in your fund transfer due to new requirements from the United States Federal Agencies.

Basically, this is a good news letter which is to inform you that we have held a successful meeting with the U.S Department of State, delegates from the British Government, InterPol and the FBI on how to eradicate the menace of scam, extortion and funds delay, which are presently significant with banks in Africa, United Kingdom and the USA. In conclusion to this meeting, we (Standard Chartered Bank of Nigeria Limited) have been appointed as the accredited financial institution that will pay all foreign beneficiaries who have transactions with Nigeria and other African countries.

Therefore, the Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria has been approved as the authorized financial institution to initiate your fund transfer for final credit into your bank account at no cost. However, due to fund transfer policy from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), it is now impossible to complete any fund transfer above $1 million dollars from a Nigerian bank without processing of a "Fund Clearance Deposit Certificate" in order to clarify the U.S Federal Agency and the Nigerian Government that the $5.5 million dollars is not in any way associated with Money Laundering.

Hence, a "Processing fee" of $120 USD has been charged by the Standard Chartered Bank of Nigeria for processing of the "Fund clearance Deposit" in your favor. Therefore, once the $120 USD is paid, the "Fund Clearance Deposit Certificate" will be processed and the US$5,500,000.00 will be credited into your bank account within 30 minutes.

Having made an insight clarification on the above subject, I guarantee you 100% that the processing fee of $120 is the ONLY upfront payment required to complete your fund transfer in accordance with the U.S Monetary Policy.

Your prompt attention and compliance will be in your best interest.

Yours faithfully.

Mr. Olusegun Bamidele Ajayi
Executive Director
Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited

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