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from: Mr Patrick Jackson <>
date: Jul 13, 2020, 11:28 PM
subject: ATTENTION:

This is to officially notify you that your name was shortlisted under
the world bank scam victims rehabilitation scheme and you have been
listed and approved to receive payment of USD$2,000,000.00 As one of
the scammed victims compensation fund. This is to equally let you know
that Standard chartered Bank of New York to world bank has directed
to credit your bank account in your country,It is the only bank
instructed to transfer your fund to your Bank account.

Standard chartered Bank Affiliated to world Bank has made all
arrangement on how to transfer your fund but now our problem here is
one Mrs Janet Smiths came to Bank to let us know that you are Dead and
before your Death, that you instructed her to come for the Claim of
your fund in the Tune of Two Million United State Dollars compensation
that was shortlisted with your name with Standard

chartered Bank Affiliated to World bank under the World Bank Scam
Victims Rehabilitation Scheme as One of the Scammed Victims
Compensation Fund.

i) Did you Authorize Mrs .Janet Smiths to come for your Fund Claim?
ii)Are you Truly Aware Of this?
iii)Account Number she brought is 106291623 with Citibank.

Kindly Respond Back once you receive this email Message before the
fund will be transfer to Her Account Note: You are to reconfirm the

information Below

to ensure you are the right.

A)Your Full Name====
B)Full Address=====
C)Telephone Number===
D)Sex and Age=====
E)Nature of Work (Occupation)

We Await an Urgent Response From you

Yours Truly
Patrick Jackson
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