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Somewhere in United States
| Contract United Bank for African form Release your $2,5 Million Dollars.Million Dollars. |
SPF: SOFTFAIL with IP 126.96.36.199
United Bank for Africa (UBA Group USA),
Address: 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020, USA
International Tel: +1(646) 439-5594
This is to inform you officially that after the investigations done by the UN through the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other Security Agencies for this year 2019, it has been discovered that you have not received your compensation fund which the United Nations has approved the 'United Bank for Africa' to oversee the delivery to your home address either through online banking transfer or ATM Visa Card.
We have made it our first point of call to settle all Outstanding Payments accrued to Individuals or Corporations with respect to local and overseas contract payment, Debt Rescheduling and Outstanding Compensation payment as instructed by the United Nations. This is to make sure all outstanding payments are settled in this fiscal year 2019. On Behalf of the entire staff of the Bank for Africa (UBA Bank)and the United Nations in collaboration with World Bank, we apologize for the delay of your contract payment, winning or inheritance funds from most of African Countries and all the inconveniences you may have encountered while pursuing this payment. However, from the records of outstanding beneficiaries due for payment with this bank, your name was discovered as next on the list of the outstanding beneficiaries who have not yet received their payments. Note that from the record in our file, your payment is valued at the total sum of US$2.5 Million (Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars)
We have your file here in the bank and it shows that you are yet to receive your fund valued at US$2,500,000.00 (Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars). These funds will now be conveyed to you through your preferred payment option. We have perfected all modules on how to get your funds across to you without further immediately once you admit to fully comply to every given instruction that shall emanate from this banking institution till the moment this transaction is completed. Kindly reply to this email by reconfirming the below details so as to ensure no discrepancies in your payment file and as also to avoid wrong transfer/delivery of funds.
Your Full Name:
ID Card, DL or Passport Copy:
Note: You shall be required to pay the sum of US$250.00 to enable us obtain an IMF fund transfer/delivery permit from the office of International Monetary Fund as that is the only Certificate left to be obtained and approved in your name for this transaction to commence. We have all other vital documents in your name (About 6 of them) proving the legitimacy of your funds here in the bank and we shall not hesitate to forward them to you via email attachment as soon as this payment is made. You should send the fee either through Western Union or Ria Money transfer using the payment information below:
Receiver Name: Favour Lawal
State: Porto Novo
Amount: US$250.00 only
We need all the cooperation we can get from you to ensure we get this transaction accomplished. Your quick response to this email notice with adherence to the above instructions is highly anticipated.
United Bank for Africa (UBA Group)
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