Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#414735 by AlanJones Sun Aug 02, 2020 12:28 am
From: Mr. John William - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Tel. No.: +16149565307


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) in conjunction with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and some other relevant Investigations
Agencies in the United states of America, Australia, UAE, Europe etc,
have recently been informed through our Global intelligence monitoring
network that you presently have a transaction going in Africa which
was fully endorsed in your favor accordingly.

It might interest you to know that we have taken out time in screening
through this project as stipulated on our protocol of operation and
have finally confirmed that your contract payment of Eight Million Five
Hundred Thousand United States Of America Dollars ($8.5m) is 100%
genuine and hitch free.

Meanwhile the bank director made us to know that one Mr. Joseph Croft
from Arizona, USA contacted them for the payment of the fund to him as
the rightful beneficiary to the fund. Our department decided to
contact you first because Mr. Joseph was ordered to await response
from our office. According to the report Mr. Joseph sent out the sum
of $155 to pursue an immediate clearance on his name however, the
money was returned to sender until further notice from the United Bank
For Africa.

You are needed to reply back to us now and let us know whether you did
authorize a Mr. Joseph to claim or represent you as the beneficiary.
If you are sure that you did not know any body like as Joseph Croft
from Arizona; USA, the only thing you have to do is to go to your
nearest western union or money gram office today and send the sum of
$155 to enable us get an Ownership and Fund approval certificate
stamped at Federal High Court of Benin. This will lead to an immediate
issuing of your fund in an ATM Card or through a direct bank transfer
of your fund into any bank account of your choice.

You have three working days to effect payment for the $155 sign and
stamp fee of your ownership and approval certificates. Failure to
adhere to the above instruction will allow Mr. Joseph full ownership
over your fund. He cannot deal with the bank or claim on the fund
until been proving the our department therefore you have a chance to
protect and claim your long over due payment.

Also, if neither you nor Mr. Joseph shows up after the respective
dates as you are given, the above amount shall be confiscated and
transferred into the Benin Treasury Account immediately.

Go ahead now send the $155 sign and stamp fee through money gram or
western union today. Do not bother to reply back if you know that you
do not wish to or can not be able to pay this $155 within the given
period of time and claim your fund.

Send to the below accountant name

Receiver Names -------- Rasake Oluwa
City ------------ Cotonou
Country --------- Benin Republic
Question -------- Urgent
Answer ---------- Yes
Amount ---------- $155.00usd
MTCN --------
Sender Names ----

We send you this message to notify you of the development regarding
your fund and we look forward to your finally receiving your fund.
Once you send the fee, also indicate how you want your fund
transferred to you by filling one of the below forms.


Your full name --------
Your Complete Address --------
City ---------- State --------
Direct Phone number ----------
Occupation -----------
Copy of Id -----------------


Bank Name and Address
Account Number:
Account Name:
Routing Number:

Looking forward to your urgent and positive response on the transfer of your fund to you. Have a nice day.

Mr. John William
IMF Head office, Cotonou Benin
1(614) 956-5307

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