Frank Williams - igebello02@aol.com

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Frank Williams - igebello02@aol.com

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from: ige bello <igebello02@aol.com>
reply-to: ige bello <igebello02@aol.com>
date: Sep 15, 2020, 5:46 PM
subject: ARE YOU AWARE OF THIS TRANSACTION?
mailed-by: aol.com

Based on the meeting we have with United Nations and IMF officials on your payment, I write to inform you that your files appeared on our desk to pay you a partial payment of $9.5million US Dollars of your funds for this First quarter of the year. But we are having a misunderstanding because one Ms.Ron Smith called yesterday that she is your new next of kin that you instructed her to receive the funds on your favor that you are totally sick and you can not work or answer any calls. But we were very confused that is why the authority instructed me to contact you for us to know if she is telling us the truth or not.

Here is the account she forwarded this bank details to us.

Bank Name: Credit Union Na
Account Name: Ron Smith
Account number: 908374912
Swift code: cwd1u

After he provided this account to us, he instructed us not to inform you and we should transfer the funds into his account directly because she is your next of kin. Kindly check this account and name if we can go ahead and transfer the funds into his account. We wait to hear from
you soon.

Thanks,
Frank Williams
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