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Charles Collyns - IMF - info-IMF@consultant.com

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from: Charles Collyns <info-IMF@consultant.com> via mail.com
date: Feb 22, 2021, 1:49 AM
subject: From The Office Of The Independent Evaluation Director 158 London Ln, Bromley BR1 4HF United Kingdom..............22-02-2021
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From The Office Of The Independent Evaluation Director
158 London Ln, Bromley BR1 4HF
United Kingdom
22-02-2021

Attention:

Sequel to the email that was sent to you earlier through my secretary Grace Anderson, we are International monetary fund (IMF) Office in United Kingdom that are working in conjunction with the World Bank towards their initiative in compensating victims as was stated in our email to you earlier and we also facilitate smooth transfer of beneficiary funds once is legitimate. World bank pays out compensatory funds to verified scam victims through our office (IMF) and that was why we contacted you to know if you are the actual person.

Most beneficiary funds have not reached the owner due to some obvious reasons which might be due to the incompetence of the people handling the transactions or inability of the beneficiary to meet up with the neccessary requirements for the
funds transfer. The IMF office have come to make this transactions hitch free in accordance with the World bank directives, so the beneficiaries will receive their funds immediately in order to boost the world economy now we have the pandemic threats.

Moreover, you were told that someone by name "Deborah Root" came with her lawyer and presented herself as your Next Of Kin" indicating that you are dead and that was why my office contacted you to seek for some verifications from you to know exactly what is going on and how to handle the scenario. You have to provide us with your details as requested below, do not hesitate to furnish us with other neccessary informations that will convince us that you are the original person because we are still running our investigations.

Can you travel now because you are requested to visit our office here in London to fill forms, carryout some attestations, endorsement and photo/ image-capturing before your payment is processed as soon as possible. We want to know if you have access to travel for now due to the issues we are having as regards to the pandemic spread and lock downs.

Please provide the following information below:-

1. Full Name:

2. Address:

3. Telephone Number:

4. Occupation:

5. Sex:

6. Age:

7. Marital Status:

8. If Married, Then Spouse Name:

9. Picture of your means of Identification/ signature specimen

10. A scanned copy of your valid means of identififation, which might be drivers license, international passport or natinal ID card.

NB: There is an ongoing investigations on the claims that Deborah Root and her cohorts has put, the truth must come out right now that we have gotten you and they will be picked like others.

Yours Faithfully,
Charles Collyns
(IMF Evaluation Director)
+447547408891
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