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Richard Tyler - IMF - rt823725@gmail.com

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from: Richard Tyler <rt823725@gmail.com>
date: Nov 16, 2023, 7:34 AM
subject: UN/IMF APPROVED FUND RELEASE
mailed-by: gmail.com

Headquarters 1 (HQ1): International Monetary Fund,
700 19th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20431

Attention ,

The UN and IMF have finalized the means by which you will receive your overdue funds worth Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($8.5million) via ATM by an affiliated Federal Republic Bank In the United States within 48 hours. we ask that you provide us with the information below for an easy process. you are advised not to contact companies or anyone claiming to be in charge of your funds as the UN/IMF is now in charge of the immediate release of your funds.

1) Full Names
2)Home Address
3) Occupation
4)Age/Nationality
5) Valid ID Card .
6) Bank Details

Your urgent response is very necessary today
Thank you

IMF Director
Richard Tyler
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