FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK
ADDRESS: 33 LIBERTY STREET,
NEW YORK, N.Y 10038.
ATTN: FUND BENEFICIARY,
Re: ATM Card payment notification.
This is to officially inform you that the bank Federal Reserve Board
New York Branch has concluded in the meeting today over your long
overdue contract payment and agreed that your payment worth
US$10.500,000.00 will be released to you through ATM Master Card which
will be delivered to you directly to your home address.
However, you are further advised to know that all arrangement has been
completed long ago for the immediate dispatch to your residency, you
have to reply back to us as soon as possible with the below DATA’ to
enable the Ups shipping department proceed with the immediate dispatch
tomorrow been Friday dated 24th of February 2017 on your behalf.
Finally, this is very urgent and important the bank are waiting to
hear from you right away today, Bear in mind that the tracking number
of your parcel will be given to you immediately the Processing charge
and Stamp fee which will not cost you much is received to avoid any
immediate STOP ORDER from the United Nation office.
Note That Because Of Impostors, We Hereby Issued You Our Code Of
Conduct, Which Is (ATM-2017) So You Have To Indicate This Code When
replying back to us By Using It As Your Subject.
Get back to us with this information needed,
Your Age And Occupation:
A scan copy of your ID card or passport:
Reply back to us accordingly; The bank Wait For Your Expedite Response.
Yours in Service,
Ms.Janet L. Yellen
Chairman Federal Reserve Board New York
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