Lazarus Ombai Amayo - United Nations - [email protected]

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Lazarus Ombai Amayo - United Nations - [email protected]

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from: Lazarus Amayo <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Jul 30, 2020, 4:24 PM
subject: Re: Your Unpaid Funds

Hello Dear

How are you doing today?

I am contacting you by your email however, I feel it's best and more convenient for me to explain why i am contacting you, I am H.E Lazarus Ombai Amayo, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of the Republic of Kenya to the United Nations UN head of review World Debt Reconciliation and Investigator.

I wish to announce our successful investigation which was carried out few weeks ago, i guess it will interest you to know why this investigation was conducted, For your information, it was truly confirmed that you have 100% legitimate unpaid transaction and you have every right to claim this funds as you were confirmed to be the rightful beneficiary of the said unclaimed funds amount to $25,500,000.00 USD.

I want to know if you are interested in receiving this unpaid legitimate funds worth $25.5M USD because I can only be of help if you agreed to follow my instructions.

I will advise you to get right back for your payment.

H.E Lazarus Ombai Amayo (UN)
Ambassador/Permanent Representative United Nations.
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