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FROM THE DESK OF MR. GORDON SMITH.
DIRECTOR GENERAL, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN).
OUR REF: CBN/OHG/SOXD1/2019
PAYMENT FILE: CBN/BEN/019
CBN DEBT PAYMENT NOTICE OF YOUR FUNDS
My name is Mr Gordon Smith the Director General Foreign Remittance Department, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). We discovered your name and email address (in the Central Computer among the list of unpaid contractors, that their unpaid funds has been located to a suspense account.
Your name appeared among the beneficiaries who will receive a sum of US$10 Million (Ten Million United States Dollars Only) and has been approved already for payment. But two men from United State (Mr. Tim Parker and Mr. Rowland Gulf) came to our office in your stead to inform the Executive Governor of our bank that they are your representatives from United State, whom you send to collect your funds for you. We in this bank do not understand why you sent these men to come and collect your funds on your behalf. If actually you want them to help you collect your bill sum, at least you should have informed the Executive Governor of this Bank Mr Godwin Emefiele. They actually tendered some vital documents which proved that you actually sent them for the collection of this funds. Honestly, it really baffles the Executive Governor of this bank that you took such decision without his consent.
Here are the Document which they tender to this Bank.
1. LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION.
2. HIGH COURT INJUNCTION.
3. ORDER TO RELEASE.
Actually, these documents which they tendered to this Noble Bank is a clear proof that you sent them to collect this funds for you. Finally, the Governor decided to give them seven (7) days appointment ahead to enable us make necessary verification from you. Our Governor resolved to do that to avoid making wrong payment. Please, kindly advise us appropriately whether the two men are acting on your permission and instructions or not. We are anxiously looking forward to receive your urgent response to this confidential letter.
Thanks for your anticipated co-operation.
Mr. Gordon Smith.
Director General, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).