The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  †No Subject†
From:  "World Bank Debt Management"<>
Date:  Wed, 07 Jan 2015 00:26:49 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "†No Subject†" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 07 Jan 2015 00:26:49 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "World Bank Debt Management"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Director, Economic Policy and Debt, PREM the World Bank
1818 H St NW Washington, District of Columbia 20006, United States.

Dear Contractor’s,

Your US$7.3million Contract Payment.

We have been authorized by the United Nation personal debt managements, IMF Debt Reconciliation 
Unit and the World Bank in which to investigate the unnecessary delay on your old contract payment 
which has been overdue, During the course of our investigation, we discovered some secret which 
affected  your fund payment,  unauthorized and fraud claims from unknown individual, also which put 
unnecessarily delayed or denies for you not to receive your old and unpaid contract payment and 
this happened to be by some corrupted Bank management officials in conjunction with some Government 
officials in Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire) in which there are trying to divert your contract payment 
funds into their private bank accounts.

However, our reason for contacting you on this day is to inform you that an ATM/MasterCard valued 
and was credited in the amount of US$7.3million has been approved and issued on your name, to make 
it easy for you to receive your contract payment anywhere in the world and thereof the new issued 
ATM card will be dispatched includes the approval documents which shows all the released 
information of your old contract payment, and it will be mail through one of the secured Courier 
Service by United Bank of Africa (UBA) in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.

Once you received it, you can withdraw your fund with the ATM/MasterCard in any ATM location which 
MasterCard can be accepted worldwide.
Once  again, We have attempted to contact you several time regarding your unpaid contract fund 
issues, and have sent you series of several email messages, but get no responds from you, however, 
in the course of our routine scrutinize into our email Dispatch Alert,
For your information, Once again.

Therefore, you have been advised to contact the United Bank of Africa (UBA) in Abidjan, Ivory Coast 
(Cote d'Ivoire) which is the only appointed and authorized bank to be handling your contract 
payment, please try and contact them at the information written below; 

To enable them to re-schedule for the delivery of your Approved sum of US$7.3million ATM/MasterCard 
to your home address and when send out and the parcel tracking number will be given to you, ensure 
to keep the parcel Tracking Number that will be given to you once the package has been placed on 
transit via Courier service to avoid any further obstruction or loss.

For Further notice, you will be only ask to pay for parcel shipping and handling fee depending the 
country of delivery, when you contacted authorized bank., but  if you Fail to contact the 
information below or If we do not hear from you or you refused to make payment for the parcel 
shipping and handling fees from now to 20th January 2015, the delivery for your ATM card will be 
put on hold till further clarifications, please, to avoid delays or unauthorized claim from unknown 
individual again, please call or email the person in charge today.

Contact Name: Franklin Erebor
Direct Telephone line: +225 75 11 85 01

As soon as you establish contact with him, ensure that you provide your valid information, current 
address and also Phone number as listed below to enable them to send the parcel to your home 
address successfully.


Have a nice day.

Sincerely yours,
Carlos A. Primo Braga
Director, Economic Policy and Debt, PREM the World Bank
1818 H St NW Washington,
District of Columbia 20006, United States.
+1(678) 561-6624
+1(801) 871-5842

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