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Allegedly from: Tamara Tomlinson
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This is coming to you in regards to the recent meeting between the United Nations and the United States Government to restore the dignity and Economy of Nations based on the Agreement with the World Bank Assistance Project.
This email come to those who are yet to receive their compensation/inheritance/winnings and who have been scammed in any part of the world, this includes every foreign contractors that may have not received their contract sum, and people that have had an unfinished transaction or Compensation payments that failed due to Government problems etc. The UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate you with the sum of $4,700,000.00 USD (Four Million, Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars).
Your name and email was in the list submitted by our Monitoring Team observers and this is why we are contacting you, this have been agreed upon and have been signed, so you are advised to contact Mr. Cleverly Spencer of the United Nations Compensation Commission, as he is our representative in the USA. Contact him immediately for your Compensation payment of $4,700,000.00 USD (Four Million, Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) which will be released directly to you in accordance with legal clearance and procedures.
However, you should send him your Full Name/Telephone Number/Residential Address/Gender and Occupation.
Contact Mr. Cleverly Spencer immediately for your compensation payment by replying to this email or emailing the address below:
Mr. Cleverly Spencer
Email: cleverlyspencer001 dumbass at gmail.com
He is obliged to give you a call and treat your case with utmost urgency as soon as you contact him and fill out your correct details including all reachable phone numbers for him to get in touch with you via phone and email.
Good luck and kind regards,
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