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From Mr. Cleave Stevenson,

October 4, 2013

Mr. Cleave Stevenson <>

From Mr. Cleave Stevenson,

I Am Mr. Cleave Stevenson, Director, Foreign Remittance Department- Central Bank of Nigeria {CBN}. I am contacting based on a recent meeting held with the Office of the Presidency, Federal Republic of Nigeria in conjunction with the Federal Ministry of Finance and Senate committee Budget Planning Unite, National House of Assembly-Federal Republic of Nigeria. After the meeting, it was agreed that you will receive a “Part Payment” of Five Million United States Dollars Only {US$5,000,000.00} out of your long complicated outstanding payment.

Why we did this, is because according to information gathered from the banks computer, you have been waiting for a long time to receive your money without success, as I found out that you have almost met all the statutory requirements of the CBN in respect of your contract payment, your problem is that of interest groups.

I am willing to help you get your money but please for security reasons do not tell anybody that you have your money until you receive cash at your doorstep.

This is something we want to avoid because the boxes were padded with machine. We told the courier service that the boxes contains photographic and film materials and when opened will loose its efficacy. We did not declare money because courier service does not carry money.

In your subsequence response I shall send you the details of the courier company which will be in charge of the delivery to your location, we have concluded that you must compensate us with $500,000 United States dollars as soon as you receive your money. To this effect, you will send us a promissory note for $500,000 United States dollars along with your address for sending the boxes by courier. Please maintain topmost secrecy as it may cause a lot of problems if found out that we are using this way to help you, do not ever tell anybody about this until you have your money.

You are required to re-confirm the under listed details as soon as possible for onward shipment of your over due contract fund:

Your full name:
Private telephone number:
Choice of address {where you wish the consignment delivered}:

God is with us as we wait for your reply.

Yours faithfully,
Mr.Cleave Stevenson

Otro estafador, quien con el cuento de que me enviará mucho dinero (5 millones de dólares) quiere que *yo* le envíe dinero a *él*. El fulano ni siquiera sabe cual es mi nombre … pero me dice que me enviará 5 millones de dólares. ¿Y por qué no sabe mi nombre? porque este mismo mensaje lo envía a miles, quizás millones, de e-mails diferentes esperando que algunos de los lectores sean tan bobos como para creer lo que dice … y le envíen dinero al estafador, con la esperanza de recibir algunos millones después. Pero pueden esperar sentados porque ese dinero jamás les llegará, no les puede llegar porque no existe y jamás existió, es un cuento del que se vale el estafador para que los bobos ambiciosos le envíen dinero a *él*.

Supuestamente su forma de enviarme dinero no es legal … pero me dice cual es su nombre, su cargo, y el Banco donde trabaja. Y ni siquiera sabe quien soy yo. ¿No es acaso demasiado sospechoso para quién lo piense siquiera un segundo?

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