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Scam email #59538
Subject
SCAM VICTIMS COMPENSATION OF US$1,250,000.00
Date
2013-11-30 09:59:51
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International Monetary Fund Compensation Unit,
In Affiliation With World Bank.
1900 Pennsylvania
Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20431
Our Ref: IMF/USA/00111

SCAM VICTIMS COMPENSATION OF US$1,250,000.00

Attention:- Beneficiary,

Sequel to our series of meetings for the past 6 weeks, which just
ended with the Directors and Secretary to the IMF, World Bank and
United States representatives respectively in full attendance. The
above organizations after her prolonged deliberations on series of
complaints received from scam victims has unanimously agreed to
compensate all scam victims with a clear verifiable proof with the sum
of
US$1,250,000.00 each.

This includes victims of purported foreign contracts; Inheritance,
Investment, Dating and Lottery scams together with people that
allegedly had unfinished transaction or international Lottery payment
that failed due to purported Government policies etc. Your email was
among the list of victims submitted to our office by the United States
Fraud investigation Department and final investigation by our secret
agents who has been monitoring your correspondence via special
tracking device has shown that you are truly a victim of scam. In
respect of the above subject you are therefore strongly advised for
your own interest to desist from any further correspondence with any
person or group who purportedly claims to have your funds in their
custody without due clearance from this office otherwise you
have
yourself to blame.

You are hereby urgently advised to contact Mr. Chin Lui who has been
assigned to handle your compensation payment, contact him immediately
for your compensation amount of US$1,250,000.00. With your information
as stated below

1. FULL NAME:
2. CURENT ADDRESS:
3. DIRECT TELEPHONE NUMBER:

Contact Person:
Mr.Chin Lui
Email: chinlui244@gmail.com
Location
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