From: "International Monetary Fund" < email@example.com >
Sent: Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 2:37 AM
Subject: I need your positive reply today
My name Mr David Lipton. I am the coordinator of the new International Monetary Fund (IMF) Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility Programme
(PRGFP) with the aim of making poverty reduction efforts in the low and medium-income countries a key and more explicit element of a renewed growth-oriented economic strategy in particular and sustaining aggregate output and economic stability of the developed countries to forestall further Economic Recession in general.
We are currently reviewing cases of inconclusive transactions ranging from pending deliveries and transfers to the abandoned ones. Consequently you have been listed as one of the beneficiaries of this new drive to enforce prompt delivery or release of your funds to you. In the light of the above the sum of Five Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (USD5.5m) has been approved for you as part or adequate compensation for your payment. You are kindly requested to re-confirm your names, address and phone number immediately to enable us commence with the processing of the payment for you.
Please note that failure to hear from you within one week from today would be viewed as decline to the offer.
I await your prompt reply.
Mr. David Lipton
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