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Scam Email received January 12, 2021 from
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Attention:Beneficiary, –

FROM THE UNITED NATIONS POLICE (UNPOL) REGARDING RECOVERY OF YOUR LOST MONEY. Attention:Beneficiary,We hereby inform you that the Scotland Yard Police, Interpol, Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) United States of America, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of Nigeria and all the African Crime fighter leaders have come together to stop scam/Internet fraud in USA and all round Africa. We have recovered over US$4.6 Billion United State Dollars from the people we have behind bars world wide. Listed below are the name of fraudster and banks behind the non release of your funds. 1) Dr.Ransom Mike/Mr,Kelly jack 2) Ms. Carman L. Lapointe 2) Micheal Edward 3) Mrs era okaji 3) Dr Godwin Emefiele 4) Mrs. Sherry Williams 5) Robert S. Mueller, III 6) Barrister David Scott 7) Mr. James B. Comey Jr 8) Barrister Ucheuzo Williams 9) Dr. Patrick Aziza Deputy Governor – Policy / Board Member 10) Mr. Dan Rochas (I.M.F) 11) Mrs. Tanner Williams 12) Mr Wilson Norman 13) Dr. Godwin Oboh: Director Union Bank Of Nigeria. 14) Mr. John Collins: Global Diplomat Director. 15) Foreign fund diplomatic courie 16) Mrs. Jennifer Saldana 17) Mr Jim Ovia: Zenith Bank Plc In Benin 18)Miss Suzan 19)Mr. Smith D Huges. 20)Mrs Lillian Katumba 21)Barrrister Csaba Lipecz 22)Mrs Amanda Banks 23)Mr. Thomas L. Philip,IMF ORGANIZATION 24)Mr. Jerry Scott.Ecobank 25)Diplomat John Ruben/I.C. Express Courier Company 26)Hon Mr Peter Emeka/UBA BANK DU BENIN REPUBLICOur duty is to make sure we stop Internet scam and money laundering. As for today we have put a lot of fraudsters in jail. We go all over Africa to pick this Internet rats,We have over 23,273 of them in our jail around Africa and we are still looking for more. We are aware that a lot of foreigners out there have been deceived and lost their hard earn money to these fraudsters after promising them percentages in their letters/e-mails for their impending help to move funds out Africa including fake lottery winning notification and at the end of the day, they will collect thousands of dollars from you without a successful end. It was agreed that to retain the good image of our country and the rest of African countries, all the victims who lost his/her hard earn money to these faceless thieves will be compensated with US$10.500,000,00. (Ten Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars). This we assume will help you to start a new life. Please, we apologies that you take our offer as little as it is due to the fact that (victims) in our pay list are too numerous. We en-back on this pay back from the money we recovered from these fraudsters, So you are advise to contact Dr Richard Kelly and let him know if you are still interested to get your Master Card to you today as he have been waiting to hear from you to help him complete this delivery to you. contact him with your personal information below for the release of your Master Card worth US$10.500,000,00. NOTE: You are advised to furnish Dr Richard Kelly With $450 and also your correct and valid details. Also be informed that the amount to be paid to you $10.500,000,00.(Ten Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars). We expect your urgent response to this E-mail to enable us monitor this payment effectively thereby making contact with Dr Richard Kelly As directed to avoid further delay. Provide your details below and forward it to Dr Richard Kelly for the release of your Master Card. FULL NAME. PHONE NUMBER.. COUNTRY. HOME ADDRESS. STATE. SEX. OCCUPATION.. AGE ID CARD.. Contact Name: Dr Richard Kelly Contact Email Address: Phnone number :+1(360) 885-3755 Thanks and remain Bless Mrs. Mary J. Parker Supervising Manager.

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