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#388284 by AlanJones Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:10 am
From: United Nations - [email protected]
To: United Nations - [email protected]
Subject: Contact Citibank for your payment,
Other Email: [email protected]
Tel. Nos.: +16468440539 & +16469759269

405 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10017, USA.
United state America

Dear, Sir/Madam,

Good news!!!

There is a new development which is very favourable for the conclusion of this long outstanding transaction. how are you doing today? we are

very sorry and we apologize for delay of your payment, this is your opportunities to receive your over due contract/inheritance payment no matter the experience you

may had before don't miss this great opportunities and chance, summon up courage and do something if not all the whole money you invested in this transfer will be a

waste and lost so think about it and be rest assured you that you will never regret it as soon as you do what you are told to do.

However, your contract/inheritance payment total amount is US$US$25.5M with 5% interest.

The CITIBANK.(CBNY)'s contact details:

111 Wall Street. New York
NY 10045, N.A New York,USA.
Email:[email protected]
Mr. Alex Wood
Foreign Transfer Operation Dept.

Finally, you must to receive your funds this time around so make sure you get back to Citibank is very important, the United nation has mandated on your payment that

from now till Friday your payment must be released but depends by your action and trust you have in this office but in our own advice we urge you to go ahead and

contact him right a way and ask him what can be done in order for the transaction to be concluded in your favour as the bonafide beneficiary of the funds. He is

waiting for your telephone call or email message or you can send them a fax.
Thanks and keep me posted.

António Guterres,
United Nations.

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