Compensation scams

Good day dear USA IMF lucky Winner 2022.

Scam Email received 11/21/2022

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Sender Name:

Kristalina Georgieva

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Good day dear USA IMF lucky Winner 2022.

Good day dear USA IMF lucky Winner 2022. –

Good day dear USA IMF lucky Winner 2022. This is IMF Washington DC in conjunction with the United Nation fund committee Federation Authority. I’m Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and Mr. David Malpass, President of the World Bank Group, today issued the following statement: With Due respect I’m writing this official message to you in regards to IMF Awarded Fund to Europe and America due to Pandemic effects. In our IMF Fund Financial system list, your name was found among the IMF Beneficiaries on the IMF awarded fund list. Like everyone else around the world, we have been deeply concerned by the evolving situation of the Coronavirus and the human tragedy surrounding it. Given growing health concerns related to the virus, the Management of the IMF and World Bank Group and their Executive Boards have agreed to implement a joint plan to adapt the 2022 IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings to a virtual format. Our goal is to serve our membership effectively while ensuring the health and safety of Spring Meetings participants and staff. Due to the populated people around Europe and America, we were able to pick 84 Lucky Beneficiaries. 40 from Europe and 44 from America. We are glad to pick up your contact details among the Beneficiaries listed to inform you about the IMF Stimulus Awarded Fund to your favor. Your awarded compensation fund is $10.7 million United State Dollars. In due respect, Your immediate response is highly needed as soon as possible for immediate release of your fund to you Either through bank wire transfer or by Cash Delivery or Check. Statement by IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and World Bank Group President David Malpass on the 2022 IMF-World Bank Group Spring we are confident that our member countries will be able to effectively engage on pressing global economic issues at these Spring Meetings.” I await your response soon. Your Faithfulness. Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Washington DC. USA. ( Phone Number+1(732)781-3813 TEXT ONLY! Kristalina Georgieva –

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