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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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From: Robert Zoellick < worldbankpresidentzoellick@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Thu, Nov 17, 2011 5:41 am
Subject: IMMEDIATE TRANSFER OF FUNDS($27,200,000)





I am Robert Zoellick the president of the world bank.
I am in Accra Ghana investigating why your funds in africa were not released to you. I have discovered that there was lots of corruption and wrong dealings.
I will release your funds in the total of $27,200,000(MILLION USD) to you immediately. Please find attached a copy of my passport
and identification card

Foward your bank details where you want the funds to be transferred into to email: WORLDBANKPRESIDENTZOELLICK@YAHOO.CO.UK

Please contact me immediately for your funds to get to you and forward your telephone numbers.
The reason am in africa is to release all monies to the rightful owners and clear up the national treasuries of the african states.
Loans have been applied for by these african nations and will be granted this year 2011.
The world bank wants to make sure these countries don't have the funds that belong to other nationals before being granted loans. That is the reason i audit all the treasury books and was given explanations as to why there are funds in the treasury that don't belong to the states.
It is then my duty to see to it that before the loans are approved, all funds be transferred to the rightful owners.
Contact me immediately on my phone number 00233249835421 .

Further more i will explain to you the duties of the world bank
.
The World Bank (the Bank), a part of the World Bank Group (WBG), is a bank that makes loans to developing countries for development programs with the stated goal of reducing poverty. The World Bank differs from the World Bank Group in that the former comprises only the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International Development Association, while the latter incorporates these entities in addition to three others.[1]

The World Bank was formally established on December 27, 1945, following the ratification of the Bretton Woods agreement. The concept was originally conceived in July 1944 at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference. Two years later, the Bank issued its first, and largest, loan: $250 million to France for post-war reconstruction; an issue which has remained a primary focus, alongside reconstruction after natural disasters, humanitarian emergencies and post-conflict rehabilitation needs affecting developing and transition economies
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The World Bank is one of the three Bretton Wood Institutions which were created in 1944 to rebuild the destroyed Europe after World War II. Later, after the economic revival of Europe, the World Bank’s activities became focused on developing countries. By financing infrastructure projects, poverty should be reduced. Today the focus is on the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), goals calling for the elimination of poverty and the implementation of sustainable development. The constituent parts of the Bank, the IBRD and the IDA, achieve their aims through the provision of low or no interest loans and grants to countries with little or no access to international credit markets. The Bank is a market based non-profit organization, using its high credit rating to make up for the low interest rate of loans.

The Bank’s mission is to aid developing countries and their inhabitants achieve the MDGs, through the alleviation of poverty, by developing an environment for investment, jobs and sustainable growth, thus promoting economical growth and through investment in and empowerment of the poor to enable them to participate in development. The World Bank sees the six key factors necessary for economic growth and the creation of a business environment as:
Capacity Building – Strengthening governments and educating government officials
Infrastructure creation – implementation of legal and judicial systems for the encouragement of business, the protection of individual and property rights and the honoring of contracts
Development of Financial Systems – the establishment of strong systems capable of supporting endeavors from micro credit to the financing of larger corporate ventures
Combating corruption – Eradicating corruption to ensure optimal effect of actions
Research, Consultancy & Training - World Bank provide platform for research on development issues, consultancy and conduct training programs (web based, on line, video/tele conferencing and class room based) open for those who are interested from academia, students, government & NGO officers etc.
The Bank obtains funding for its operations primarily through the IBRD’s sale of AAA-rated bonds in the world’s financial markets. Although this does generate some profit, the majority of the IBRD’s income is generated from lending its own capital. The IDA obtains the majority of its funds from forty donor countries who replenish the bank’s funds every three years, and from loan repayments, which then become available for re-lending.
The Bank offers two basic types of loans; investment loans and development policy loans. The former are made for the support of economic and social development projects, whereas the latter provide quick disbursing finance to support countries’ policy and institutional reforms. Although the IBRD provides loans with a low interest rate (between 0.5 – 1% for a standard Bank loan), the IDA’s loans are interest free. The project proposals of borrowers are evaluated for their economical, financial, social and environmental aspects to ensure that they are viable before any amount of money is distributed.
The Bank also distributes grants for the facilitation of development projects through the encouragement of innovation, cooperation between organizations and the participation of local stakeholders in projects. IDA grants are predominantly used for:
Debt burden relief in the most indebted and poverty struck countries
Amelioration of sanitation and water supply
Support of vaccination and immunization programs for the reduction of communicable diseases such as malaria
Combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic
Support civil society organizations
Creating initiatives for the reduction of greenhouse gases
The Bank not only provides financial support to its member states, but also analytical and advisory services to facilitate the implementation of the lasting economic and social improvements that are needed in many under-developed countries, as well as educating members with the knowledge necessary to resolve their development problems while promoting economic growth.
Please ensure to finalize all arrangements for you funds to be transferred immediately.

Sincerely
Robert Zoellick
world bank president
Ghana contact number-+233249835421


 
     
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