||From: Peter S. Alvarado < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Subject: From Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network - (FinCEN)
U.S Department of the Treasury
You are being contacted this moment following the new resolution signed recently on the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The resolution was basically on the fight against fraud and corruptions within some financial institutions and government departments. Especially issues of Transfer Supporting Approval; that has been delaying initiating prompt transfers and payments of various foreign individuals by some of the reported banks in West African Countries and in United Kingdom. During the course of our investigation, we discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily delayed by corrupt officials in that part of the World.
The World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has ordered this office (FinCEN) to supervise and initiate immediate transfer of your first approved part payment in the amount of $1,200,000.00 USD (One Million Two Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) to you.
You are therefore advice to get back to this office immediately by reconfirm the following information below for the processing of this said payment to you:
1. Your Full Name:
2. Address or (your P.O Box Address)
3. Age/ Occupation:
4. Telephone Numbers
5. Name of your Next of Kin
We have taken pledge of office to discharge our official responsibilities devoid of injustice to mankind. These and many more we have imbibed towards ensuring that you are protected and secured with significant guarantee in receiving your funds this time.
Thanks for your co-operation
Peter S. Alvarado
The information contained within this e-mail was prepared as at 23/10/2012 and believed to be correct and not misleading as at that date, however, it should not be assumed to be correct at any subsequent date.
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