From: Mr.Paul Willliams. <email@example.com>
Subject: Western Union®
Date: Monday, September 22, 2008, 12:32 AM
There is an issue with the WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER NIGERIA in the amount of $1,500,200.00 USD directed in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03, at the owner of this email address. The INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND contacted us for your compensation a couple of hours ago due to your allocated security code.
They said that they choose to send it to an email address instead of a name. We are unable to complete a transfer direct to an email address, so we require some more information in order to complete this transfer.
FULL CONTACT ADDRESS:
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:
MARITAL STATUS AND AGE:
As soon as this information is received, and you have complied with the requirements of our payment of the western union charges, payment will be made to your nominated bank account or at the counter directly from The Western Union Transferring Bank.
That this is not one of those African/American scams that all they are after is to ripe you off your money and at the end you will not receive your funds, but note that this is no scam and is directly from the Management of Western Union Money Transfer Nigeria Head Office and our Motto is To Serve You Better.
Also note that you would be responsible for any payment that is needed for the transfer of your funds into your nominated bank account or at the counter directly from the Western Union Transferring Bank.
THE MANAGEMENT OF WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER, DISPATCHED THIS DAY
Mr. Paul Williams.
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