||From: UNITED NATIONS OFFICE <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 21:09:21 -0700
Subject: Re: Very Urgent Message....
UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON FINANCIAL CRIME
UNITED KINGDOM BRANCH OFFICE.
RC: 103002 Our Ref: COPRBN-0X42/937/2011
This mail is to notify you that the United Nations in conjunction with
the World Bank has deemed it imperative to look into
several cases of fraud as reported from several security agencies. In
order to carry out this assignment effectively a sub
department, The United Nations office on financial crime has been
created to conduct a comprehensive research as to ascertain
the affected individuals; hence you have been enlisted as one of the
victims alongside 50 other people.
On the strength of the above a resolution has been made that the
listed individuals shall be compensated with the sum of
5000,000 UK pounds. However, final arrangement has been made for the
immediate processing and release of this fund to the
beneficiaries. And to facilitate swift conclusion a processing manager
has been assigned to you, to do the final processing
of this payment within seven working days.
Therefore you are advised to contact Dr. Mark Hills via his email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call tel +346-534-217-66 for the immediate
release of this fund to you. Note you should provide him with the
below stated data�s while communicating him, for verification;
-Date of Birth:
-Place of Birth:
Any Means of Identification:
Finally, your maximum cooperation is anticipated for the swift
conclusion of this compensation payment.
Mrs. Linda Maxwell.
United Nations Office on Financial Crime.
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