From: DR.DICK LUGAR <email@example.com>
Subject: DEAR BENEFICIARY :Richard Omaya Owitsi>Very Urgent Message
Date: Monday, March 17, 2008, 8:37 AM
UNITED NATIONS (UNITED NATIONS ASSISTED PROGRAMME)
DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT AND TRANSFERS.
UNITED NATIONS LIASION OFFICE
LONDON UNITED KINGDOM
WIRE TRANSFER/AUDIT UNIT
Our Ref: WB/NF/UN/XX027
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your mail, the contentt has been noted. And it is on the piont that I want to make it clear to you, that you total amount money on your name in our offic is $950,000,00 and not $8.3 million dollar as you claim you have.
That mail must have come from a wrong office and they only want to scam you. Nobody is trying to grab your money that is the amount with us. As I have already told you. Your atm card is ready for delivery, so now it is left for you to let us know if to go ahead with the payment or cancel it at more.
Note I have attached below a scan copies of my identification and your ATM CARD for your own perusal should in case you are having daught about our organization.
An instruction will be in the
package when delivering it to your home address so that it will enable you follow the instruction on how you can activate the ATM CARD.
The payment information has been given to you immediately with acknowledge the comfirmation of your payment. Your ATM card will be delivered to you, within two days.
MY BEST REGARDS.
REV. (DR.)DICK LUGAR
DIRECTOR INTL AUDIT UNIT
UNITED NATIONS LONDON
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