Sunday, April 17, 2016

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK AWAIT YOUR REPLY....


Federal Reserve Bank New York


Ref.: Payment Release Update.


Amount Valued: US$12,800,000.00.

Foreign payment allocation security code (US/A84PRFGN2016)


Attention: Beneficiary,

By means of this message, we wish to inform you that your hour of compensation and actualization has come after our meeting with the United Nations, Bank of America, Central Bank of Nigeria and the Federal Reserve Bank officials, it has been agreed that your real approved funds valued US$10,500,000.00 and the compensation of US$2,300,000.00 (Total US$12,800,000.00) will now be processed and released to your Bank Account through Wire Transfer Department of the Federal Reserve Bank New York.

However, it may interest you to know that after the meeting, with the Bank of America, Central Bank of Nigeria and Office of the Director On-line Account Department have entered into full partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank and your funds Total valued US$12,800,000.00 will now be credited to you by the Wire Transfer Department of the Federal Reserve Bank as soon as you make contact with me.

To this effect, you are to contact us with the details below for the immediate release of your funds.


Full Name:-----------------------

Address:-----------------------

Country:-----------------------

Telephone:-----------------------

Mobile:-----------------------

Alternative Email:-----------------------

Your id or international passport:-----------------------

Thanks for banking with Federal Reserve Bank New York while we looking forward to serving you with the best of our service.

Thanks and Congratulations in Advance.

Best Regards,

MRS. JANET YELLEN

(CHAIR) FEDERAL RESERVE GOVERNOR NEW YORK

4 comments:

  1. Prof SnugglebunnyApril 17, 2016 at 7:07 PM

    This is so obviously bogus. She is *Dr.* Janet Yellen, not *Mrs.*

    I mean, duh. . .

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  2. It's still a lot more plausible than the stuff our president sends me.

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    1. In our case, the provost is the primary offender when it comes to long emails that say very little (but would be good for buzzword bingo if read aloud). Of course, as with the email above, there's always the possibility that significant danger lurks somewhere in the impenetrable prose (the difference with the provost's emails, however, is that recipients don't have to do anything to bring down the danger on their heads, and may in fact be unable to prevent it even if they do spot it somewhere in the thicket of words).

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