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Somewhere in United States
| COMPENSATION AWARD FROM THE UN (TREAT AS URGENT) |
First Avenue at 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017, USA
Our Ref: CITI/BKL/STB
This is to inform you that your United Nations Compensation Payment of US$5 Million Dollars have been approved to be release to you.
World Bank Group, UN Compensation Commission and Bank of England hereby give this irrevocable approval order with Release Code: GNC/3480/02/00 in your favor for your entitlement/award payment from the UN Compensation Commission. Your United Nation Approval No; UN5685P, White House Approved No: WH44CV, Allocation No: 674632 and your Certificate of Merit Payment No: XXTN013, having received these vital payment numbers, therefore you are qualified now to receive and confirm your payment with the UN Compensation Commission as soon as possible.
We have mandated Forex Investment Banking Benin Republic to release this fund to you as soon as possible. As a matter of fact, you are strongly advised to contact Rev. Julien Koffi of Forex Investment Banking Benin Republic on his open access Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org to enable him release this compensation payment of $5 Million USD to you immediately. Please contact Rev. Julien Koffi right now and tell him that you receive this message from the United Nations to contact him concerning a compensation payment of $5 Million USD to be release to you.
Robert P. Chavez.
Head of the UN Office for the Compensation Award.
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