IMF sent you an email, using the following address, saying that there is a long overdue payment for you.
Who on earth will believe in these emails!?
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From: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 4:37 PM
Subject: OUTSTANDING PAYMENT NOTIFICATION
You can contact us
OUTSTANDING PAYMENT NOTIFICATION
Your Long overdue Payment.
I saw your email (in the Central Computer among the list of unpaid
contractors, inheritance next of kin and lotto beneficiaries that was
originated from Africa, Europe, Asia Plus Middle east, Americans)
among the list of individuals and companies that your unpaid fund has
been located to the CITI BANK LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM.
Your email appeared among the beneficiaries, who will receive a
part-payment of your contractual sum and has been approved already for
months. You are requested to get back to me for more direction and
instruction on how to receive your fund. However, we received an email
from one Mr. Virgle Lee Samples who told us that he is your next of
kin and that you died in a car accident last week. He has also
submitted his account for us to transfer the fund to him including his
International passport; we want to hear from you before we can make
the transfer to confirm if you are dead or not. Please in confirmation
that you are still alive, you are advised to reconfirm the below
listed information to enable us facilitate an immediate payment for
1 Your full names
2 Your present contact address.
3 Your telephone & Fax numbers.
4 Your Occupations/age/sex.
5 Your Private Email Address.
6 Home Equity (Yes or No)
Once again, I apologize to you on behalf Of IMF (International
Monetary Fund) for failure to pay your funds in time, which according
to records in the system had been long overdue. You can contact us
Mr.Rodrigo De Rato.
+44 704 573 9063