Message from United Nation ( Europe ), This is to notify you that we have your fund of USD$5,500,000.00 with us here in the UNITED NATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSION UK, and the Check has been deposited in your name under the custody of our representative Bank, Due to your inability in responding to the formal notice that was posted to you by our compensation department, there is someone here who said he is from your country and he stated that you have handed over the right to him to act on behalf of you as the owner of the fund, He confirmed that he is ready to pay for the procurement of the legal documents which is $195 for the release of the fund to him, he said he is going to pay the $195 dollars, he has been held right away for verification purpose, for us to verify if you have fully handed over the right for him to receive your funds. Please be kindly advised that we would never authorize our paying Bank to release the Bank Draft to him since the fund clearly bears your name as the legal beneficiary, this fund in question was a compensation donation to you from the United Nation Compensation Commission. Before our paying Bank would be able to hand over your Bank Draft to this person, we would need you to verify if you actually handed over the right to this person to receive your Bank Draft as the appointed beneficiary, henceforth, you are to respond back to this mail without any further hesitation, if we do not receive any response from you in the next 4 official working days, we would forward a notice to our paying Bank to hand over your Bank Draft to the person that is been presently held under our custody. I await your urgent response to this office immediately. Mr. Ben Wallace. United Nation ( Europe ). E-mail Address: email@example.com Tel. Number: +447024047921 http://www.un.org/sg/
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