Scams re-targeting those who have already been victimized
#426264 by FishyMails Wed Jun 23, 2021 3:42 pm
From: Kristalina Georgieva <[email protected]>
Other e-mails: [email protected]
Tel: +2348098181664
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2021 13:19:13 +0100
Subject: Waiver affidavit for your $10 million

International Monetary Fund
Office of the Registrar
IMF Administrative Tribunal
700 19th Street, NW, Suite HQ1-3-544
Washington, DC 20431, USA


Attn: Sir/mdam,

It has come to my knowledge that most fund beneficiaries of
contract/inheritance payment like you are being asked to pay certain
irrelevant charges by some bank officials , custom department ,
security and other government agencies, thereby making it very
difficult for beneficiaries to meet such obligations which is
contrary to Section '37' Subsection 'C' of the Article XII of Banks
and other financial decree of 1995 as amended in 1998.

In view of this, the United Nations (UN) in collaboration with
International monetary fund ( IMF ) and World bank has directed the
World bank to shift its base to Nigeria to
scrutinize and oversee an immediate release of such payments that has
met the requirements for effectiveness without any further delay. Any
beneficiary certified 'OK' will receive his / her fund within five (5)
working days from the date of the final authentication of his / her
contractual date. It is also interesting to inform you that
in order to carry out deductions on their bills as regards Cost of
Transfers (COT), Security Deposit (SD),insurance , custom , shipping
and other taxable charges, beneficiaries will be required to obtain
a Waiver Affidavit from the federal high court of appeal in Abuja,
Nigeria,so as
to empower this board to carry out such deduction from the total
contract/inheritance sum before final remittance.
Furthermore, certification and unconditional payment release orders
has been invested on this board and it involves payment from our
statutory foreign reserves of international capital markets (ICM) loan
from (IMF) and the World Bank respectively.

Once you obtain waiver affidavit there will be no further upfront
payment and this will bring an end to your nightmare and long delay
in receiving your payment.

You are therefore advised to contact Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad,Ag. Chief
Judge ,Supreme Court of Nigeria , so he can assist you to obtain a
waiver affidavit from the Supreme
Court of Nigeria.

Find below his contact information.
Name of contact person:Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad
Email:[email protected]

He will not charge you any legal fee but the only fee you have to pay
is $470 to obtain the waiver affidavit from supreme court of Nigeria .
Once you obtain the waiver affidavit the paying bank will be legally
bound to deduct all other fees from the principal sum and pay you the
balance without any further upfront fees.
But if you fail to obtain the waiver affidavit you will be charged
alot of exorbitant fees.
So I advise that you obtain the waiver affidavit for only $470 so that
all other fees will be deducted.

We are very sorry for all the inconvenience you have suffered in
receiving your fund.

Yours Faithfully,
Kristalina Georgieva

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