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#439707 by AlanJones Wed May 31, 2023 1:58 am
From: UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Subject: Urgent Contract/inheritance funds $28.500,000
Tel. No.: +19015993075

Attention please!

We were authorized by the President, World Bank Group Mr. David Malpass and the
Governing Board of Central Bank to investigate the unnecessary delay of your
payment, to also recommend and approve your claims for payment if the report of
the unclaimed contract/inheritance funds is genuine. However, we discovered that
your funds have been unnecessarily delayed by corrupt officials of some banks.

We have agreed with the authority that we will handle this payment ourselves to
avoid the hopeless situation created by those officials. Currently your
Inheritance/Contract fund of $28.500,000 (Twenty-Eight Million five hundred
thousand united state dollars) has been credited in ATM card.

Contact us with your details including phone lines for immediate delivery. So,
if you like to receive your funds through this means you’re advised to contact
us with the following information as stated below:

1. Your Full Name:.................
2. Address Where You Want the Courier Company to Send Your ATM Card to or (P.O
3. Your Age:.................
4. Occupation:...............
5. Cell/Mobile Number:............

I await your urgent response to this message.

Best Regard.
Mobile Number:+1 901-599-3075
Email: [email protected]
Mr. Oliver Alawuba CEO, Group Managing Director & Director of United Bank for Africa

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