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Anonymous
Medina, OH, United States
2015-09-13 13:58:37
Nigerian/419 Scam
Your Compensation Fund US$1.5M is AprrovedEmail Attached
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Name:
   Steven Jackson, Mrs. Salades Mrs. Alade Sarah
Email Address:
   mrsalades@gmail.com
Compensation Fund: From World Bank

This office writes on behalf of World Bank groups to officially inform you the outcome of our recent intelligent report about your unpaid fund. The report revealed that the Nigeria and Benin Scam operators have defrauded you hugely. To this effect, the executive members of the World Bank Groups sent two of our special auditors to Nigeria to get the comprehensive list of victims of fraud. Unfortunately, we found your name and email address among the 218 people in the list. We investigated this matter and figure out a solution that shall bring grief to victims because we are touched by series of reports and complaints from most of them in America and world at large globe.

Fortunately, we have spoken to Nigeria's new President, General Mohamed Buhari (GMB) about this and he decided to pay a compensation sum of $1.5m (US$1,500,000.00) each to all the victims. He further explained that he would do everything possible to ameliorate the pains inflicted on the victims by fraudsters. We hereby advise you to urgently re-confirm your full names to our special auditors in Nigeria via email and ask for your payment requirements.

The CBN agent (Mrs. Alade Sarah) shall respond to you immediately you reply to this email to direct you what next to do. Please do not contact her if you are not a victim of fraud or if you receive this email by error.

We anticipate your urgent response.

Regards,

Steven Jackson,
Global strategic communications professional advocates for better
opportunities among the world’s poorest.
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