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Mensah Kweku - [email protected]

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from: Mr Mensah kweku <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Aug 1, 2020, 11:27 PM

Good Day,

My Dear Friend.

This is to notify you that United Nations Secretary General has
deliberated with the world bank for a compensation payment on scammed
victims from Asia, America and Europe so your name emerged as one of
the lucky beneficiaries.

I write to let you know that the sum of $2,850,000.00 (Two Million
Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars) Only has been
approved in your favor.

This is as a result of the mandate from UN/IMF/WORLD BANK to make sure
all debts owned to people which includes Inheritance, Contract,
Gambling/Lottery etc are been cleared and pay off to various
beneficiaries as Instructed. Kindly reply us immediately on how to
receive your compensation settlement funds without any delay. Please
send your complete information details as listed below.

YOUR FULL NAME:__________________
YOUR HOUSE ADDRESS:______________
YOUR HOUSE PHONE:____________
YOUR OCCUPATION:_______________

Please This Details above will help us to Secure and know that You are
right Beneficiary to receive this funds, It is very necessary and You
Furnish us all this Info's on receipt of this message.

We Promise to Serve you better, Thanks and My Regards to your Family.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr Mensah Kweku
Payment Coordinator
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