DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT AND TRANSFERS. DEBT RECONCILIATION/AUDIT UNIT International Monetary Fund Headquarter, Washington, D.C., U.S.A YOUR REF: WB/NF/IMF/XX0L8 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. Attn; My Dear, I am the International Monetary Fund President, and among the Governing body of the International Monetary Fund Debt Reconciliation Unit, to investigate the unnecessary delay on your payment, recommended and approved in your favor. During the course of my investigation, I discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily delayed by corrupt officials of the Bank and Government regulatory organisation in the United States who are trying to divert your funds into their private accounts. This is to bring to your notice that I am the President of the International Monetary Fund Human Settlements Programme (IMF-Habitat) and I have given out authority and approved to pay 500 (Five Hundred) people who have been Victims of Internet scam and people who are yet to receive the compensation from the United States Government. The International Monetary Fund has decided to pay you $5,000,000.00 USD (Five Million United State Dollars) each. You are listed and approved for this payment as one of the beneficiaries to be paid this amount, You advised to contact Mr. David Lipton, My First Deputy Managing Director who is in charge of your fund transfer payment to you. This email is to 500 (Five Hundred) selected recipient that funds has been extorted from and those who are yet to receive theirs too due to your hard work you have put together since all these years. The International Monetary Fund has agreed to compensate you and every foreign contractors that haven't received their contract sum due to Government problems or internet hoodlums etc. You are to contact Mr. David Lipton My First Deputy Managing Director through these following information below because he is the only one who is authorized to transfer your fund to you; Name: Mr. David Lipton Email: davidlipton-IMF@yandex.com Phone Number: +1 601-822-1003 I found your email in our list of unpaid beneficiary that is why I am contacting you, this has been agreed upon and signed by the International Monetary Fund Board of Trustees from the WORLD BANK ASSISTED PROGRAMME. I discovered that the document of your funds was not complete and intact due to the criminals you have been dealing with through the internet and some of these people have been caught and put to jail. You can check their names on these list; 1) Dr. Peter Adams 2) Mr. Tony Eze 3) Mr. David Smith 4) Mr.Success Shanko 5) Mr. Donald Jenkins ETC and so many of them. Note: The International Monetary Fund Board of Director have sign your Fund VALUED at $5 MILLION USD (Five Million United State Dollars), This funds is been deposited to Regions Bank PLC United States Of America for security purpose for you. Please reconfirm the following information for your perusal to Mr. David Lipton. 1. Full Name: 2. Address: 3. Phone Number: 4. Country: I expect your urgent attention to this email to enable me monitor this payment effectively. Most importantly you have to make the payment of $599.99 United States Dollars for the processing of your fund original paper works to enable your fund to be released to you. One more this is that you are advised to STOP FURTHER COMMUNICATIONS with who so ever you are dealing with from now on. Yours Faithfully, Christine Lagarde International Monetary Fund CEO Headquarter: Washington, D.C. United States Of America
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