The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  International Monetary Fund
From:  "Mrs. Jessica Owen."<admin@lee.com>
Date:  Fri, 28 Nov 2014 23:15:58 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "International Monetary Fund" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 28 Nov 2014 23:15:58 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Mrs. Jessica Owen."<admin@lee.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE NW,
WASHINGTON, DC 20431, USA
Email: dhrintdepts@qq.com
 
THIS IS FOR YOUR URGENT ATTENTION:
 
RE: YOUR COMPENSATION PAYMENT OF USD$5,000,000.00.
 
Based on the present anti-fraud/scam war, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Anti-fraud teams in collaboration with the Bank of England are making sure that financial fraud is wiped out completely. The Internet Service Providers have noticed an increased email traffic hence the action of the security operatives to restrict cyber-crime.
 
 
In this regard, three hundred and six (306) bank and government officials have been arrested in so many countries so far and arrest is still going on. We have recovered the total sum of US$3.2 Billion from them in both cash and assets confirmed to have come from their victims and foreign beneficiaries' of both contract funds, inheritance funds and lottery winnings. Thousands of email addresses of victims (which include yours) have also been recovered from their address books. It is at this juncture that we are contacting you because you are now listed as one of the beneficiaries of the IMF/ Bank of England compensation payment of 2014 batch "A".
 
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the Bank of England are making refunds of US$5,000,000.00 each to all Beneficiaries whom his/her email address is listed on the recovered address book of these arrested fraudulent officials. This refund is of two types:- (a) Those who are beneficiaries of contract, inheritance or lottery funds. (b) Those who are simply found to be scam victims, by receiving fraudulent and scam email letters from these officials, will receive a flat rate compensation of US$5,000,000.00 each.
 
Your compensation payment will be release to you through Bank of England on your contact to them as instruction for the release of your compensation payment has already been passed to them . You have to direct your communication to our officer in charge ONLY on the below information to claim your compensation payment:-
 
 
Contact Person: Mr. Ron Micheal
Email:ron_micheal@163.com
Tel: +44 70457 57170
 
 
Endeavour to send the following details required for verification and subsequent release of your compensation payment.
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1. Full Names:..................................................
2. Address:......................................................
3. Telephone/Mobile:.....................................
4. Age and Gender:..........................................
5. Nationality:...................................................
6. Occupation:...................................................
7. Bank Name and Bank details:................................
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NOTE: You are hereby advised to disassociate yourself from any form of communication with these banks and government officials mostly from African countries and follow our guidelines.
 
Also you will be requested to pay the sum of $350 USD for the Non-indigenous Tax Clearance before the initial transfer can go through.
 
Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Jessica Owen.
Deputy Managing Director,
International Monetary Fund,
Washington, DC 20431, USA.

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