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#443704 by Troy Platt Mon Apr 15, 2024 7:40 am
Reply-To: <[email protected]>
From: "Mr. Ismail Ahmed" <[email protected]>
Subject: Attention: E-mail Address Owner
Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2024 01:32:02 -0700


Attention: E-mail Address Owner

RE: COVID-19 COMPENSATION FROM UN COMPENSATION COMMISSION

The United Nation Compensation Commission has launched a $32,000,000 compensation fund to 64 lucky surviving victims of COVID-19 Pandemic. Your email address is on the list as one of the 64 lucky surviving victims and you are entitled to receive $500,000 through WorldRemit money Transfer. We have been mandated by the UN Compensation Commission to transfer your compensation to you via WorldRemit. Money Transfer.

However, we have successfully concluded all the arrangements to affect your payment through WorldRemit.. We have scheduled your payment to be completed by sending you $2,500, 5 times ($12,500)daily until the total sum of $500,000 is completely transferred to you.

Notwithstanding, we can not be able to send the payment to your email address alone, thereby we need your information as to where we will be sending the funds, such as;

Receiver's name:...
Address:.....
Country:....
City:....
Phone number:...
WhatsApp number:....

Contact the director via email at ([email protected]) with your full information. Note that your payment files will be returned to the UN Compensation Commission if we did not hear from you, this was the instruction given to us by them. We will start the transfer as soon as we receive your information. For urgent inquiry about your daily payment, call/Whatsapp +229-9047-8514 anytime.

Thanks,

Mr. Ismail Ahmed
Director, WorldRemit International Money Transfer

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#443737 by ICollectSubmarines Thu Apr 18, 2024 7:37 pm
From: WorldRemit <[email protected]>
Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2024 5:16 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: Re: COVID Compensation

Dear esteemed customer,

Firstly, we want to assure you that this is not one of the fraud/scam messages you receive promising you for millions of dollars. Be rest assured that this is your compensation because your email address is on the list of the survived victims of COVID-19. Your email address is on the list of those that will receive this compensation, you are such a lucky person and it is a great opportunity for you to change your life financially, do not miss it.

After receiving your message, we instantly sent the first payment of $2,500 to you but as I was trying to email you the payment information for you to go and pick up the payment in your country, I got a call from the WorldRemit Headquarters in London, United Kingdom and they brought to our attention that the payment of $2,500 we sent to you has been CANCELLED and the remaining $497,500.00 has been placed on hold by them (THE WORLDREMIT HEADQUARTERS) through our network.

I asked them why and they said that the Inland Revenue Tax Authority here in Benin Republic reported to them that we are transferring such an amount of money without the Non-Resident Tax Clearance Certificate of the beneficiary.

So, after I cut off the conversation with the WorldRemit HeadQuarters, I called the Inland Revenue Tax Authority here to know how the clearance could be obtained from them and the cost of obtaining it. They said that it will cost $88 only to obtain the certificate and it will take only 1 – 2 hours for the clearance certificate to be ready.

I later called the WorldRemit Head Quarters back and asked them if there is any other thing to do after the clearance is obtained and they assured me that once the clearance certificate is forwarded to them, they will instantly release the funds without any delay.

In regards to this, you are officially advised to go ahead and send the Non-Resident Tax Clearance fee of $88 via WorldRemit so that we will assist you and obtain the certificate from the office. To send the needed fee, kindly visit www.worldremit.com . Here is the information you will use to send the $88.

Receiver name;.......CARL JONES
Address:.......20 Gbodje Rails Carrefour
City................Porto - Novo
Country;............Benin republic
Phone:..... +229-5302-2549

Do send us the payment information as soon as you make the payment. If you can send the fee today, you will pick up the first payment and we will send you another $2,500 today as the clearance certificate is the only thing holding the transfer. Note: You have to try and send the clearance fee as a matter of urgency because the HeadQuarters will confiscate your fund and divert it to the government treasury if you do not comply urgently.

Remember, we were instructed by the UN Compensation Commission to return any unclaimed payment file after 72 hours if the beneficiary did not comply to claim his/her funds. So, if you will send the fee but you can not send it within 72 hours, let us know so that we will report to the UN Compensation Commission that you are complying so that they will not ask for the return of your own payment files.

Meanwhile, we will be waiting for the fee of $88 and within 30 minutes to 1 hour of confirming the payment, you will receive the first payment slip in your inbox.

The management of WorldRemit International Money Transfer, Benin Republic Office.

For more details/inquiry, call/WhatsApp +229-5302-2549

Sincerely,
Mr. Ismail Ahmed
Director, WorldRemit International Money Transfer

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