The "FBI" is contacting you, with a free e-mail address, of course, that says "your Winner's Fund" was "abandoned in a UK bank by you." What "fund"? And which "bank"? I don't know about you, but I've never been outside North America LOL. The "fund" was "claimed by an unknown person," and it has been "transferred to Africa" (where else?) by "the imposters." The scammers claim they sent "their delegate" to "apprehend the imposter," and your fund is now "in the hands of the EFCC of Nigeria." That's why they're saying "your fund" has been "recovered." Only it's not really the EFCC, of course, it's just the scammer saying he's got your nonexistent fund. I've never seen a Nigerian 419 Scam written quite this way, it could be a fresh one, just made up. Click Here for some more samples, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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