Reimbursement fund ($950,000) from IMF
Allegedly from: Evelyn info at imf.org
This is to officially inform you that an ATM Card that worth USD $950.000.00 (NINE Hundred and fifty Thousand Dollars) has been issued as a compensation payment for all the short listed 2012-2015 scam victims whose email address was recovered during the recent internet probing and investigation process. Your email address was found among the list so we are in no doubt believed that those syndicates must have collected monies from you through their dubious criminal ways.
It was on these very recommendation that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in conjunction with the United State Government after series of meeting held came up with a sanction to all West African countries to compensate all the foreign victims with a payment benefit of USD $950.000.00 (NINE Hundred and fifty Thousand Dollars) each in order to restore the Global Economy to the enviable standard of respectability. Please note that upon receipt of your response we will process and send you ATM Card Payment and you will use it to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in any part of the world, so if you like to receive your fund, contact the director in charge of the compensation payment at INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND SETTLEMENT CENTER Mr Robinson Thompson on his email address: (settlementscamfundscambyscamimf at yahoo.com) and also send him the following information;
1. Full Name:
2. Phone Number:
3. Mailing Address:
4. Age and Sex:
Your immediate compliance to this will expedite actions on your Payment because here in this office, we have a lot of listed victims to be settled.
FOR International Monetary Fund.
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