Nigeria komt slachtoffers van Nigeriaanse fraude tegemoet… not!

Even wat humor voor een zonnige Hemelvaartsdag. Vanochtend ontving ik onderstaand mailtje. De geloofwaardigheid ervan is even hoog als veel diploma's van Hogeschool InHolland. Maar originaliteit kun je de schrijvers en verstuurders ervan niet ontzeggen.

Ministry of Foreign AffairsFederal Republic of Nigeria

Ref: An Open Letter To All Scam Victims,

If you have sent money to Nigeria in the course of getting one fund or the other it means you have been scammed because those funds will surely not get to you, you are required to send your NAME and ADDRESS to us for verification and after verification if truly you have sent money to Nigeria in the course of getting one fund or the other that means you have been scammed and you will be reimbursed with the sum of twenty thousand dollars only.

Twenty thousand dollars each will be transferred to every scam victims.The funds were deposited at Citibank Nigeria Limited (Citi Nigeria) by the Federal Government of Nigeria in care of Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to compensate every scam victims.

The transfer will be handled by Citibank Nigeria Limited (Citi Nigeria) as instructed by the Federal Government of Nigeria so you do not need to pay any transfer fee or whatsoever and the funds have also been insured to avoid unnecessary deductions.

Send your name and address for verification to:

***The means of verification is via Western Union and Money Gram***

Please do not respond to email which asks you to send your username and password for any reason.

Please note that we have never held any scam victims compensation program in Nigeria. This is the First-Of-Its-Kind. Do not be deceived!

Yours sincerely,

Miss. Faith Caleb (Public Relations Officer)
Oversea Communication
Department Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Nigeria.


sincerely apologies for all the damages you must have gone through in the hand of Nigerian fraudsters. We are Projecting favorably theimage of the government and people of Nigeria locally and internationally through a proactive mechanism (in line with global bestpractices) of informing, enlightening and educating Nigerians and the International Community about Nigeria.


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