IRREVOCABLE RELEASE OF YOUR PAYMENT.(US$20.5M)
We are of the United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit newly set up by the United Nations in conjunction with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Based on series of petitions we received from various organizations such as Cooperate Bodies and Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) on the Inability of some Government of different countries, Commercial banks and World Lottery Organization to settle their clients Contract debt, Inheritance Fund and Winning prizes.
After an extensive close door meeting between the Board of Directors of the UNITED NATIONS, THE WORLD BANK-GROUP AND INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND), it was resolved and agreed upon that this body "world international debt reconciliation committee" will work extensively to ensure that your Contract Payment, Your Inheritance and Lottery Winning prizes will be paid without hitches and delay through the World Bank –Group and IMF Insurance body. You are therefore advice to send the below information.
1. YOUR FULL NAME:
2. YOUR ADDRESS :
3. YOUR MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:
4. YOUR AGE:
5. CURRENT OCCUPATION:
6. YOUR BANK DETAILS:
Note that on receipt of your complain and list of debt due for payment, Your Fund will be called back from its various point where it has been tied up by World Bank and IMF and your payment will be arranged on the follow option below;
A). Via ATM card payment that you can use to withdraw money in any ATM machine in any part of the world, but the maximum is Ten Thousand dollars per a day.
B) Your fund can still release to you through bank to bank wire transfer if you can provide your bank details
Thanks for your co-operation.
Dr. Michael Collins/Mrs. Evelyn Coker
World Bank Auditors
Director Foreign Remittance Department/Special Duties
Office Hot Line +234-1295292 or Mobile Number +234-8138841071
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