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Subject: Senior Secretary, Foreign Assets Control

From: "Senior Secretary, Foreign Assets Control"<>

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Senior Secretary, Foreign Assets Control
The U.S. Department of the Treasury
Treasury Annex 290 Broadway
New York, NY 10007-1823, 
United States of America
Your ref: USA/IMF/7890/121
After reviewing your online email communication messages on your unsuccessful transactions with 
most European and other foreign banks in Africa, we wish to let you know that we have communicated 
with most of these foreign banks that withheld most international payments to individual accounts 
so as to find out why these funds were withheld and the source of the funds.
Conclusively, we discovered that most of these withheld and/or unpaid funds being remitted to 
individual accounts abroad originated from lottery organizations, international trading companies 
and deceased personals/contracts.
Such transfer suspension was placed on these funds because majority of these international fund 
remittance/transfer of over the total sum of $500,000 and above to private individuals account 
abroad, usually carried out by foreign Banks, Private or Commercial Courier Companies were never 
properly recorded by the paying institution for future file reference/assessment by Crime 
Monitoring Units/Agencies.
In joint alliance with the HMRC Treasury Europe, the European Financial Service Commission & the 
International Monetary Fund (IMF) to resolve this issue, we wish to let you know that we have 
approved to release only the total sum of Seven Million United States Dollars ($7,000,000.00 USD) 
to enable you start up your own business.
Through the assistance of the International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO) to investigate and 
release suspended, withheld and/or unpaid Inheritance/Award Winning/Contract funds to its 
beneficiaries account abroad, we were able to gain an approval authorization letter from the 
International Monetary Fund (IMF) which stated that these funds will be released by these European 
and other foreign banks to its beneficiary on proper confirmation of its claim.
By the virtue of the provision of the law which confer on us powers to advocate, adjudicate suspend 
and authorize an immediate transfer of your funds internationally, we hereby state emphatically and 
without prejudice that should there be any information that may succeed your application for fund 
release that are currently deposited in most European and other foreign banks, please do not 
hesitate to provide us the information so that we will know how to help you receive your funds.
Kindly provide your personal contact details by sending us the information below along with a 
scanned copy of your international passport or drivers license so that we will forward it for 
verification and payment.
1. Your Full Name, Nationality & Current Location.
2. Your Age & Current Occupation.
3. Your Phone & Fax Number.
4. Your ID Number (or Attach Identification Documents).
Important Notice: Your inability to make this clarification for fund transfer with the 
International Monetary Fund (IMF) will continue to suspend your chances of receiving any 
international payment directed to your local bank account from any foreign bank until this 
clarification is made.
Failure to properly apply for the funds release for transfer to you within 7 days, will nullify 
your chances of receiving this funds, and this funds will be confiscated and made to be forfeited 
under the Money Laundering and Other Financial Crime Prohibition Act of 2003.
Also note that due to my position as the U.S. Treasury Secretary of the US Department of the 
Treasury, I will not always be available to answer any of your calls because i am not always in my 
office due to the states political matters and my office numbers are usually engaged until i return 
after few days. If you have any issue to discuss regarding your funds, kindly email me and i will 
always get back to you as soon as possible.
Senior Secretary,
Foreign Assets Control.
U.S. Department of the Treasury.