From: The Desk of United Nation Secretary General 760 United Nation Plaza, Between 42nd and 48th streets, First Avenue,East New-York Dear Sir/Ma I Write to bring to your notice, in line with our resolution of United Nations Head of state meeting held on Febuary 9th 2010,at Lyon France. 1, The united nations resolved that Europe,Asia,Canada and the united state has lost quiet reasonable sums of money on there quest to claim their various contract payment/inheritance from African nations. 2. This unfortunate lost of funds from various individuals/cooperation constitutes over 25% of the present Europe and American economic crisis. 3. The individuals involve in this countries has either lost their businesses, their jobs, their home, or finally lost their lives. To address this ugly situation the United Nations has raised the sum of Eleven billion; six hundred million united state dollars (11.6bnUSD) as bail out to individuals and cooperate bodies that were badly affected by these ugly trends. In our survey, carried out from 1996 - 2009 by our financial expert in Europe,Asia,canada and the united state of America u are list as one of the victims. The sum of five hundred and fifty thousand united state dollars (550, 000, 00USD), has been deposited in your favor, for your upkeeps and this is very important to alleviate your suffering from the present global economic cirsis.Your payment release code is UNSEC201/760NY49/550S09 You are here by directed to contact urgently the payment officer, Rev. Wisdom Smith of the foreign payment service new York, No: 1 chase plaza, Manhattan NY, 10005 Tel: 1-845-536-4730 Note: you are advised to utilize these funds judiciously, has the united nation has done it's best to improve your leaving standard. Best Regard, MR BANKI MOON United Nation Sec. General Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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