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Subject:  Re.Attn: Beneficiary,
Date:  Thu, 26 Aug 2010 13:31:34 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Re.Attn: Beneficiary," was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 26 Aug 2010 13:31:34 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "JOSHUA YEHOSHUA"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Director: IMF/World Debt Reconciliation Committee.

we are pleased to inform you that we are World Debt Reconciliation Committee newly set up by the 
International Bank for reconciliation and development (World Bank) and the International Monetary 
Fund (IMF) based on series of petitions we received from international bodies such as cooperate 
bodies and Non Governmental Organization (NGO) on the inability of some government of different 
countries in the world, Commercial Banks and World Lottery Organization to settle their clients 
contract debt, inheritance and winning prize fund.
After an extensive close door meeting between the board of directors of World Bank 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 fund will be paid without 
any hitch and delay through the world bank and IMF insurance body. the contract/inherited amount 
due to you is $8,300,000.00 million, after some officials secretly tried to move the funds but 
could not succeed
because of the strong monitoring eye of the World Bank and UN, this money is currently now with 
HSBC Bank Plc London, please note that your funds has been approved for payment. Please follow 
instructions immediately.You have to contact the paying officer in charge of foreign remittance 
ASAP. The board and the senate house agreed that this bank will pay you your funds as soon as all 
information from you as the beneficiary is provided. we also want you to know that an account has 
been opened in your name by this committee where your funds is currently lodged in and from all 
indication the bank told this committee that you can be given a Tele-Banking access to check your 
balance and you the
beneficiary can make transfer via the Bank Tele-Banking with instant transfer confirmation, contact 
the head of international
remittance of HSBC Bank Plc London.

HSBC Bank Plc
TELE: +447035974274
Fax: +447006064522

I will advice that you get back to this office immediately or contact Mr. Dallas L. Williams the 
head of International
Remittance of HSBC Bank Plc London, on his direct telephone number:+447035974274 so that he can 
furnish you with more details regarding your payment.Please keep this office posted as soon as you 
confirm your payment and also do not communicate with whosoever in regards to your fund as all we 
gathered from our investigation is that some government officials are responsible for the seizure 
of your fund payment and we need you from this moment to seize communications with them and do not 
let them know more about this transaction. You have been warned if you must receive your payment 
which is currently with HSBC Bank Plc London and with the help of World Bank and the rest of the 
organization, you must maintain the confidentiality and follow instructions.
You are advised to forward your contact details and also identity along with your marital status, 
current occupation and direct phone number to the paying bank when contacting them. Get back to me 
on my private email, notifying me that you have successfully received my email, this is very 
important for update given back to my committee. Your direct phone and fax numbers are needed in 
this transaction.
Yours faithfully,

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