Sunday, May 18, 2014

Mark Obinna / Fake Payment Scam

Dear Friend,
 
I am Mr. Mark Obinna a computer scientist with central bank of Nigeria, I am 29 years old just started work with C.B.N. I came across your file which was marked X and your released disk painted RED, I took time to study your payment file and found out that you have paid VIRTUALLY fees and certificate while fund has not been release to you. The most annoying thing is that they cannot tell you the truths that on no account will they ever release the fund to you; instead they let you spend money unnecessarily.
 
I do not intend to work here all the days of my life as I can release this fund value usd10.5 million to you if you can certify me of my security hence I will run away from this country Nigeria to meet with you for good investment, because after wiring fund to your account and remain here in this country Nigeria, I will be seriously in trouble and my life will be in danger as they might jail me for the perpetrated act, so please this is like a Mafia setting in Nigeria ; you may not understand it because you are not a Nigerian.
 
The only thing I will need from you to release this fund is a special HARD DISK which we call (120 GIG) I will buy two of it, recopy your information, destroy the previous one, and punch the computer to enable fund reflect into your bank within 24 banking hours. Upon confirmation of the HARD DISK I will clean up tracer and destroy your file, after which I will run away from Nigeria to meet with you, consider it done once I have the hard disk as I do not intend working here for the rest of my life. If you have read to understand my point then, do get in touch with me immediately as advice to:
 
 
Re-confirm you’re banking details including your convenient telephone number for easy communications when it is urgent.
 
 
Call me on my private telephone for more discussion: +234-817-713-3553
 
 
Regards,
 
 
Mr. Mark Obinna
Position: Computer Scientist.
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

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