Lookslike those greedy Nigerian princes have found a new approach.
Icannot believe there are actually people who fall for these scams.Personally, I find it insulting that they think we're really thatdumb/naive/greedy to take such lame bait. Consider: someone in such asupposedly high position would be fluent enough to write this incorrect English (grammar, spelling, etc.). If she weren't. It wouldbe written for her by someone in her organization who is fluent.
Andshe doesn't even have a government email address. It's a Gmailaccount, for crying out loud!
My nameis Mrs Farida Mzamber Waziri the Economic and Financial CrimesCommission(EFCC) Executive Officer and Nigeria's Anti-CorruptionChief. I understand you are expecting your fund sum to be wired toyour bank account for some years now but your expectation has notbeen met.
I amcontacting you to let you know the truth because i know how far youmust have gone in trying to get your funds which has caused you topay huge sums of money into wrong hands most especially to internetfraudsters from my country(Nigeria) who frequently impersonate theidentity of real Government and Bank Officials to help makethemselves and their scam appear legitimate in a view to defraudunsuspecting fund beneficiaries off their hard earned money.
I willbe ready to help in delivering your fund sum to you with your honestand sincere co-operation. For a quicker response to your letter icould be reached immediately via the email contained herein:firstname.lastname@example.org