The "Mr. Foday Yamba Office Of The Presidency" Advance Fee Scams
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An "Mr. Foday Yamba Office Of The Presidency" Advance-Fee Scam
From: MR. FODAY YAMBA [email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 6, 2019 1:51 AM
Subject: RE.GOOD NEWS!!!
From MR. FODAY YAMBA
Director Tax and Contract Dept
Accra Ghana, West Africa
I am pleased to send my greetings to you. I know this letter will definitely come to you as a surprise package. I am extending this proposal to you in my capacity as the chairman of the contract Review/Audit Committee scrutinizing all record covering executed contract awarded by the previous government of Accra Ghana, West Africa.
My colleagues and I have uncovered a floating amount of USD$4,500,000.00 (FOUR MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND U.S.DOLLARS), without a clear beneficiary owing to a deliberate act of over invoicing and inflating of contract value by some government officials.This money (USD$4.5M),has already been approved for payment by the ministry of Mines, Power and Steel and is secured under ContractNo:MMPS/GCI/V1233/MMPS-X29/97, Job Completion Certificate No:(677000000242MMPS/CI,)of 17th Oct. 2014.
As top civil servants we are not authorized to operate foreign bank account and this is why we want to use your bank account to transfer this money outside Accra Ghana, West Africa. We have accepted you as our foreign partner and will now regularize the approvals to you as the trust beneficiary of the contract sum. As soon as we receive your acceptance,we shall inform you of the necessary requirements from you to facilitate transfer.
Let us use this opportunity to exploit the benefit of this sum. We have resolved to give 20% of the total sum as compensation for your assistance, 70% is for me and my partners here in Cote Accra Ghana, West Africa, 10% is set aside to cover every expenses made in the course of the transaction. Note that this should be confidential.my private email is
MR. FODAY YAMBA.
From The Office Of The Presidency
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