From: Western.remittance. Transfer < email@example.com >
Date: Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 5:55 PM
Subject: URGENT MESSEGE FROM WESTERN UNION FOREIGN REMITTANCE MANAGER
I am Dr. Daniel Kush, Foreign Remittance Director of western union and i just resumed office this morning and i was asked by the regional head to release all held back funds belonging to you.
Base on this, we have find out that you have been sending money to different people in Ghana for the release of your fund. Please not that our Financial institute Western Union in Ghana don' t send money out or the country except our office here in Lome-Togo.
As you may know, the Government of the Republic of Ghana has sent a telegraphic message to our institution in Lome Togo regarding to the misconduct facing Western Union in Ghana which is just a receiving urgent to Western Union. for the past two weeks, I have been issuing (CONTROL NUMBER) to many foreign beneficiary who are suppose to receive money via western union LOME, TOGO.
Your funds in our system is yet to be release but it has not been activated so please do everything possible to get in touch with me with the $140 u.s dollars for the activation of the International pick up alert code and (4) four names immediately so that you can at least receive the total amount of 40 million $40,000,000.00 usd bit by bit transfer.
We can transfer 2 mtcns to each name everyday and each mtcn is $5000 u.s dollars, of which you will receive 8 mtcn everyday which is $40, 000 u.s dollars everyday until you will receive your $40 million usd so the first 8 mtcns is ready now in my system for you to pick up now so try and send $140 u.s dollars for the activation of the International pick up alert code in order for me to attach them to your names and i will release the full information to you today for you to pick up.
Receivers Name; ANITA TEI
Country Send To; Accra Ghana
Amount To Send; $140USD
We look forward to hear from you immediately.
Dr. Daniel Kush,
Foreign Remittance Director of western union head office
Lome Togo/Accra Ghana.
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