The "International Monetary Fund Finance and Compensation" Scam
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Potential victims who respond to the scamming email messages will be asked by the scammers to send hundreds or thousands of dollars, which the scammers will claim are for taxes and other fees that the potential victims must pay in order for them to receive their so-called compensation or money. But, once the scammers receive the money sent by their victims, they will disappear, leaving the victims disappointed, frustrated and thousands of dollars poorer.
The "International Monetary Fund Finance and Compensation" Scamming Email
Hello My Dear Friend
How are you and your entire family, I hope you are all swimming in the Ocean of health
I am Andrew Tweedie from United states and I work with International Monetary Fund Finance and Compensation , I am the Department Director , I have contacted you for a very important transaction deal that has to be Implemented and I need to work with you for success of this deal , Team work is needed to actualize this transaction
There was a Compensation funds that was supposed to be paid to Late Mr. Mac Miller which is $165,000,000.00( One Hundred and sixty five million US dollars) unfortunately this Compensation funds has been granted by IMF after the death of Late Mr. Mac Miller and currently been deposited in US Federal Reserve Bank , I will give you more details on the funds and how you can be presented as Late Mr. Mac Miller business associate and the funds will be paid and release to you by FRB , we share the funds and use it to create investment company together , please write to my official email indicating to proceed (email@example.com)
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