Thursday, November 11, 2010

Mr. Chris Morgan Jr. / Head Auditor / WORLD BANK AUDITORS

Originating IP: 41.217.65.11, ZOOMNIGERIA, ZOOM Mobile Nigeria Ltd, ZOOM Mobile Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 10:35:17 (PDT)
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From: WORLD BANK AUDITORS imf_worldbank_auditors1006@yahoo.com
Subject: Your overdue payment.
To: tynishamoody@yahoo.com

WORLD BANK AUDITORS
SITTING PRUDENTLY IN THE NIGERIAN PRIME FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
(CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA/MINISTRY OF FINANCE)
TINUBU SQUARE LAGOS - NIGERIA

OUR REF: WBA/NG/CBN/02
Date: 5/11/2010

From the Desk of: Chris Morgan Jr.
Mobile: 234-70-303-660-68 / +234 7030366068

Attn:Sir,

I acknowledge the receipt of your mail with regards to your overdue payment. Be informed that the effort to transfer your fund is not my personal effort, but that of the World Bank. On this note, the World Bank as a result of petitions by Foreign contractors/beneficiaries over there outstanding payment, mandated us to step into the Apex bank in Nigeria (CBN) to see what is the problem at hand.

Presently, negotiation is still going on as to the modalities of our mode of operation in conjunction with the Central Bank of Nigeria officials and those from the Federal Ministry of Finance and Federal Ministry of Justice. However, it is advisable you come to Nigeria for the registration exercise that is presently going on in the Ministry of Finance. On the contrary, you are to write to my office with genuine reasons why you cannot come to Nigeria.

Attached are copy of the Debit Form M104 which empowers the World Bank to act on your behalf.

You are expected to fill the form carefully and return back to my office while awaiting the out come of our executive meeting with the Ministry of Finance, Central Bank of Nigeria and the Ministry of Justice.

I expect your urgent response today.

Yours faithfully,

Mr. Chris Morgan Jr.
Head Auditor

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