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- Scammer Slammer
- Posts: 1298
- Joined: 25 Jan 2020
from: External Debt Decision committee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Feb 23, 2021, 11:22 AM
EXTERNAL DEBT DECISION COMMITTEE
HEAD OFFICE ADDRESS : 104 RUE DE CANAL ZONE 4 ABIDJAN COTE DIVOIRE
ABIDJAN- COTE DIVOIRE
This is a message from the external debt decision committee. Once of the highest decision making body on international fund transfer. In the course of our routine check in the ministries, parastatals and banks, we found out that there is three million united states dollars(US3MILLION) programmed in your favour. The fund was programmed to be transfered to you last year 2020. But because of one reason or the other the transfer was not effected. Further verification we made shows that the fund was inherited by a small girl while you are used as the beneficiary of the fund.
In view of this, be informed that we have concluded all arrangement for the transfer to be effected to you. For the transfer to be effected, it is important you send your address and your phone number.
Meanwhile below is the account information we have in our systen where the fund will be transfered into. Please confirm if the account is yours and if the transfer can be effected into that account.
BRANCH - SUVA
SWIFT CODE -WPAC FJ-FX.
ACCOUNT NAME MR.AKMAD RAWADA
Do try some urgency in this matter as we have limted time to see to the release of this fund.
Mr Gab Gidado
Director External Debt Decision Committee
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