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- Scam Wrecker
- Posts: 2938
- Joined: 25 Jan 2020
from: UNITED NATIONS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Nov 16, 2023, 10:19 PM
subject: COMPENSATION PAYMENT FOR 2023 FISCAL YEAR:
UNITED NATIONS FUNDS COMPENSATION DEPARTMENT:
3 WHITEHALL COURT LONDON SW1A2EL UNITED KINGDOM.
Dear Sir/Ma Good day,
COMPENSATION PAYMENT FOR 2023 FISCAL YEAR:
Sorry for making this contact through e-mail since we could not reach
your phone number.
My name is Miss Lynda Green United Nations Special Agent .A meeting
was held on your behalf by just concluded 73rd United Nation's general
assembly within the UN/IMF countries concerning the unclaimed funds
denied to many people all over the world. Your funds will be release
to you by the paying bank for immediate payment .it was discovered
during this meeting that no funds have been paid to you all these
years of pursuit. The funds are now ready to be release to you since
you have been approved to receive/claim this compensation payment of
We have instructions to release your payment to you. Kindly Forward
Your full name: ================
Your country of origin: ==========
Your home address: ==========
Your occupation: ============
Your age: ==================
Your gender: ===================
Your phone number:
Your mobile number=================
Copy of passport ========
Your personal email address ======
This are the information we need For the release of your payment.The UN is sorry for the delay of funds
kindly send an email to this email(email@example.com) to get
an immediate response
MISS LNYDA GREEN
UN SPECAIL AGENT
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