Mr Olu Benson isn't taking a break either. He also seems to be having a bit of an identity crisis. According to his incoming email he is called "Mandy". Do you suppose that's his cross-dressing alter ego? Are there many cross-dressers in Nigeria?
Apparently he has $450k for me. He tried phoning but couldn't get through. Not surprising really since he has no idea who I am and no idea what my phone number is. Nor does he know who you are or what your phone number is. Come to that, he doesn't have $450k to give you either. What he really wants is you to pay him - in the form of advance fees for a cheque that doesn't exist.
Just delete the email and don't reply.
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GOOD DAYI am Mr. Olu Benson, Transaction Services Officer Gauranty Trust Bank Plc, on the 22nd of last month I received an instruction from one Mr Bill Wilson,to remit a total sum of $450,000 US Dollars to you, I did tried contacting you on phone with the number he gave me, but it seems your phone numbers was out of service at the time I was calling or maybe the network here in Nigeria was really bad , The said cashier cheque has already been prepared and I am waiting for your response to provide me with the name in which you want to be shown on the cheque and your mailing address to which i am to send the cheque, I hope this contact do not sound embarrassing to you as I am only fulfilling my Obligation in getting my orders straitened up , I certainly hope this mail meets you in good condition and await your response via my personal email:email@example.comMr. Olu BensonTransaction Services Officer,Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.Edo-State, Nigeria.