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Eric Thrower - International Police - [email protected] / [email protected]

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from: Sumrall A. Nicole <[email protected]>
date: Jul 29, 2020, 2:01 PM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attention: Sir/ Madam

This mail is in correspondence to the conclusion of the meeting that
we've been having for the past 2 months which ended last week Friday
with the World Bank President and Secretary General of the United
Nations Organization on the ERADICATION OF SCAMS on the Internet.

I am sorry for the late notification as i was very busy studying the
new SOFT WARE that will be used in getting the Internet Hackers and
also we have inform the International Monetary Fund (I.M.F) in Spain
about the Final processing of your overdue fund successful release
with the Monetary Agency without any further delay for monitoring.

Listed below are the Security Agencies present at the meeting:

Central Intelligence Agency
International Monetary Fund
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Internet Complainant Center
Economic and Financial Crime Commission
United States Department of Homeland Security

The World Bank President (David Malpass) and the United Nations
Secretary General (AntпїЅnio Guterres) suggested that we prepare and
program your due compensation fund of USD$5.350,000,00 only via a
Consignment Box for safety delivery which idea was approved by the
Board of Trustee and the United Nations Satellite Branch Auditor to
get it complete.

Payment Reference No: FRN-FMF-CBN-FMF.2004-19
Allocation No: 224728
Certificate of Merit Payment No:202
Release Code No:26740
Secret Code No: XTV12349

And having received these vital payment numbers therefore, you are
qualified to register for your funds authentication release as you are
to confirm your payment within 72 hours to your best choice of
receipt.

You are advice to STOP all further communication with any body
regarding your fund from any Bank as we are under investigation with
some agency and henceforth contacts and communicate only with the
Delivery Payment Manager as i will advice you to fast contact her with
the below information to oversee this payment file for release.

Name: Mrs Penelope G Roberson
Position: Delivery Payment Manager
Official E-mail: [email protected]

Anticipate your update upon your contact to the diplomat.

Regards,

Eric Thrower
Public Relations Officer
International Police
[email protected]
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