NOTIFICATION FROM FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. -- Attn: Dear Beneficiary, We have this day , received a payment credit instruction from Janet Yellen, Chairman, Federal Reserve Bank New York under the instruction of the United Nations and World bank. You can see the details of the allocated fund through this (http://www.uncc.ch/summary-awards-and-current-status-payments.) We are advised to credit your account with your compensation funds allocated in your name to the tune of US$4.5 million (Four million and five hundred Thousand united states dollars) from their reserve accounts with us. Meanwhile, a woman came to my office few days ago with a letter, claiming to be your true representative,that you are dead. HERE ARE HER INFORMATION: NAME:MRS.JANET MELLBERG BANK NAME: CITI BANK,YORK. BANK ADDRESS:NEW YORK, USA. ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6503809428. Please , do reconfirm to this office , as a matter of urgency if this woman is from you so that the AMERICAN GOVERNMENT will not be held responsible for paying into a wrong account. The Reserve Bank Chairman, Executive, Board Of Directors and the Senate Committee for Foreign Overdue Inheritance Fund have approved and accredited this reputable bank with the office of the DIRECTOR, International Remittance/Foreign Operations, to handle and transfer all foreign inheritance funds this second quarter of the year. Provide us with your NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER for proper verification and confirmtion of your FILE. However, we shall proceed to issue all payment details to the said Mrs.Janet Mellberg, if we do not hear from you within the next Seven (7) working days from today. CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE. Stanley Fischer Telegraphic Transfer Department Federal Reserve Bank. New York, USA.
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