Goodluck Jonathon Is Looking Out For Me

The Con

Three days back, I received this e-mail from FBI Agent.  The subject box had the phrase “In Regards To Your Payment.”  I figured this had to be one of those letters from Nigeria asking for money but with the FBI Agent as the sender you have to be careful.  The last thing in the world anyone wants is trouble from the G. Plus, I was curious to see what the e-mail said and whom it was really from.

The text of the e-mail was faux official and read:

This is from the FBI agent Mr David Jackson in regards to your payment, To read our important message, Kindly open the attached files and follow up instructions immediately.

Sincerely yours,



No address for the shadowy FBI Agent Mr. Jackson.  The e-mail encoding wasn’t an but something else entirely:

Of course there was an rtf attachment.  A letter of some sort, was my guess.  However, it wasn’t your standard I’m stuck in Nigeria and I need cash note.  No.  This time the Nigerian field office of the FBI wanted to give me money that the Brits, Nigerians and the Fed was trying to screw me out of.




TELL: +234-7033483185


Web Site:

Dear Beneficiary

This is to inform you that I came in to Nigeria yesterday from Washington DC, after series of complains received from by the people affected/scammed by the so called 419 SCAMMERS, I have met with President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Goodluck Ebele Jonathan) who claimed that he has been trying his best to make sure you receive your fund in your account.

Right now,as directed by my Director (Robert Mueller) We are working in collaborations with the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) and have decided to waive away all your clearance fees/Charges and authorize the Government of Nigeria to effect the payment of your compensation/contract payment fund of $10.5M approved by both the British/United States government and the UN into your account without any delay.The only fee you will pay to confirm your fund in your account is the conversion fee of your fund to the United state Dollars which is $89 USD only

Sincerely,you are a lucky person because I have just discovered that some top Nigerian and British Government Officials are interested in your fund and they are working in collaboration with One Mr.Ben S.Bernanke and others from USA to frustrate you and thereafter divert your fund into their personal account, But be inform that I have concluded all the necessary arrangement towards the release of your payment but due to the prevailing situation worldwide on cash movement and transfer of hug sum of money

I have a very limited time to stay in Nigeria here so I would like you to urgently respond to this message the conversion fee of your fund to the United state Dollars which is $89 USD, have to be paid before your fund can be released. Kindly proceed immediately and send the Fund release conversion unit through the below information.

Name: David Eke

Address: 21, Samuele street

City: Lagos

Country: Nigeria

Text Question: Conversion

Answer: Yes

Amount: $89 USD ONLY

Once you make the payment send me the payment information and a scan copy of the payment slip, so that I can procced to make sure your fund is released today. You can call me on this Nigerian Line which I am using for now: +234-7033483185 My International passport and ID CARD has been attached below, please keep it only to your view as you know I am not suppose to send it over the email but do to the fact that i am in Nigeria now and this is the best and fastest way of communication.

Sincerely yours,



Note: At this time we do not have a national e-mail address for public questions or comments. Some of our local FBI offices, however, do have their own e-mail addresses. If you wish to get in contact with FBI on fund/transfer transactions Kindly use this email:

Who knew the President of Nigeria was looking out for my economic interests and Ben Bernake wanted to screw me out of money I had waiting for me in Lagos, Nigeria.  I thought the head of the Fed wanted to screw me out of all the money I had in the bank in the US.

Note to the Nigerian scammers who sent this e-mail: try sending it from a real FBI e-mail address.  Otherwise I’m never going to believe a guy named Goodluck Jonathon is looking out for my best interests even if he is the esteemed President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.




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