CABINET ON FOREIGN PAYMENT (RESOLUTION PANEL ON CONTRACT PAYMENT) WORLDWIDE All response must be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org Our Ref: CFP /SIM/ PMG Your Ref....... ATTN: Beneficiary, We, the entire members of the Audit Department of the Ministry of finance, on behalf of the resolution panel on contract payment,inheritance claims and lottery winnings , a meeting was held last week concerning release of withheld and overdue payments to beneficiaries, both foreign and local contractors,inheritance claims and lottery winnings. On going through files yesterday, we discovered that your file was dumped untreated or you have been dealing with the wrong persons in regards to your claims,at this juncture, we apologize for the delay of your payment and please stop communicating with any office or individual/s prior to this new development forthwith. Your attention should be focused to the appointed office below for you to receive your funds. Your new Payment Reference No: 35460021, Allocation No: 674632 Password No: 339331, Pin Code: 55674 and your Certificate of Merit Payment No: 103, Released Code No: 0763; Immediate Telex confirmation No: 1114433. Having received these vital payment numbers, therefore you are now qualified to receive your funds immediately within 24hrs. You are directed to contact the Office of the Paymaster General Mr. Daniel Grace immediately. This is to avoid mistake while transferring your overdue payment to you today. Contact Person: Daniel Grace Email: email@example.com Contact him now and inform him that you received an email from the resolution panel, instructing you to call him for immediate release of your funds and forward your details to his office to avoid transfer mistake. Regards, Victoria Adams
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