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- Scam Wrecker
- Posts: 2938
- Joined: 25 Jan 2020
from: Mrs Sharon Gails <email@example.com>
date: Nov 17, 2023, 12:22 PM
subject: THIS IS VERY URGENT AND YOUR ATTENTION IS NEEDED
International Monitoring Fund
260 Peachtree St NW, Suite 1
Atlanta, GA 30303.
THIS IS VERY URGENT AND YOUR ATTENTION IS NEEDED
In our office sometime Last year November, One Mr. John T. Kehoe of 1200 Fitch Way, Sacramento, CA. 95864 filed an application contrary to your Pending Compensation fund transfer. The above-mentioned person visited our Office yesterday with a power of attorney given in his favor by your good self, granting him the benefit to process and claim your inheritance of $3,500,000.00(Three Million and Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars) for personal reasons.
He further Stated that the online account be terminated while the fund should be wired to his Bank account with Bank of America, Routing Number 121000358. We have asked Mr. John T. Kehoe to come back to our office within 48 hours to enable us to have a personal confirmation from you, being hitherto the beneficiary.
Our office needs to know:
1. Did you instruct one Mr. John T. Kehoe of 1200 Fitch way, Sacramento, CA. 95864, to claim and receive the payment on your behalf?
2. Did you sign any 'Deed of Assignment' in his favor thereby making him the current beneficiary?
We are sorry to have delayed your instruction in giving out this fund since we must adhere to the procedures of this honorable bank by making sure this request is verified and confirmed by the beneficiary and his existing attorney.
Your confirmation to the above will be appreciated. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Cc: Senate President.
Cc: All Foreign Payment Offices.
Cc: Board of Directors .
Cc: Accountant General Of The Federation
CC: Central Bureau of Interpol
CC: United Nation Office
cc: Federation President.
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