Dear Sir My name is Nancy M. Michael of the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) of the IMF. The IMF through an electronic random pick has chosen your name for compensation/payment. At the meeting of heads of international financial institutions held recently in Geneva Switzerland, the key topics up for discussion by the World Bank Group included the implementation of the World Bank's strategy within the framework of the 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. The IMF is still optimistic in its semi-annual growth outlook. However in view of the Global Economic Recovery, in the IMF Steering Committee, Federal Councilor Ueli Maurer among other things welcomed the proposed structural reforms, which includes the swift release of beneficiaries funds because in so doing once these funds are back in circulation the financial growth that we sought for will be achieved sooner than later. Therefore, some transactions that require our urgent attention were listed out. We therefore initiated an electronic random pick of many names to benefit from this program and decided that the funds will be released to you through an auto loaded system (ALS). This Auto loading will be monitored by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). You are therefore advised to contact FATF who will facilitate the Auto loading of your funds. FATF E-mail contact is: email@example.com Best Regards, Nancy M. Michael IMFC EUROPE Auto Load Department
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