Inheritance scams

Final Funds Release Order…
dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 20, 2018 from dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com

dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com
dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com
Email From:

dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com

Subject:

Final Funds Release Order…

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Email Subject:

Final Funds Release Order…


Final Funds Release Order… – dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com


Attention: Beneficiary, Final Funds Release Order In consideration of the legislative/legal resolution reached by the World Governing Bodies: The International Monetary Fund, United Nations, World Bank, United States Government, British Government and the European Union Commission Committee on Financial and Allied Matters following series of complaints and petitions received from the office of the European Union Police Commission, The Federal Bureau of Intelligence and The INTERPOL respectively over the non-payment of foreign beneficiaries& payments as at when due. This adhoc committee on fact-finding and foreign payment was subsequently inaugurated to help release immediately all the outstanding payments that had received proper approvals and endorsements from the various agencies/offices but was delayed due to the non-chalant attitudes of those at the helm of affairs. From the records of outstanding beneficiaries due for payment with the various Government Agencies, your name was discovered as next on the list of beneficiaries whose files showed sufficient proves to receive their overdue payment but was marred by various fees imposed on them by their so-called representatives especially bank officials who ended up in ripping them off their savings instead of discharging their duties diligently and also divert their approved funds to several untraceable bank accounts without due consent of the original benefactors. I wish to inform you that your Contract, Inheritance and Winning Fund is being processed and will be released to you through our Approved Payment Channels as soon as you respond to this notification. To avoid all further bottlenecks, we have allocated to you new International Payment Voucher Number: IMF/FRBWDC/US-BG-93WB82UN567-G, Approval Number: 7402-2011, Certificate of Merit Number: 781 and Release Code Number: 0295 and you must quote any of these Identification Numbers before us for proper identification. Note also that your file is currently in my office here in Brussel, and from the records I have in my file, you have been cleared to receive the sum of Eighteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars Only (US$18,500,000.00) So indicate the mode you consider most convenient to allow us take further steps to that effect. Also re-confirm the following information to me for final ratification exercise: 1}. Your Full Name & Address, For Verifications: 2}. Your Contact Telephone Numbers: 3}. Profession: 4}. Age: As soon as this Information are received, your payment will be duly processed and released to you as you deem fit through our most reliable payment channels within the shortest possible time. Your banking details are only relevant if you choose the first and/or last mode of payment. Further information/guidance will be availed to you as soon as we receive your response to this final payment release order. Thanks for your anticipated co-operation. Yours faithfully, Dr. Michael Wilbourg {Chairman}, European Union Committee on Financial and Allied Matters. dubaiinvestmentcompany@gmail.com

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