"The World Bank And International Monetary Fund" Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers

"The World Bank And International Monetary Fund" Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers

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The fake "The World Bank And International Monetary Fund" email below is an advance-fee scam being sent by online criminals. This scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

"The World Bank And International Monetary Fund" Scam


Mon 3/4/2019 10:16 PM

From: "World Bank"

To: undisclosed-recipients:



1818 H Street, NW Washington,

DC 20433,USA.


Please bear with us for making this initial contact through email.

In partnership with the International Monetary Fund(IMF), an agreement was reached between both organization to settle all outstanding payments all over the world accrued to individuals/corporations with respect to local and overseas contract payment, debt re-scheduling and outstanding compensation payment. Please be informed that your contact email was obtained from email directory for the purpose of writing to notify you that you have been selected and approved as beneficiary to receive your own payment of US$665,000(Six Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand Dollars) only. We have been notified that you are yet to receive your fund valued at US$665,000. This valued amount of US$665,000 will be released to you from VISA Inc through VISA ATM card.

All it takes to enable you receive your fund is for you to accurately reconfirm the required details below so we can facilitate the immediate release of your fund to you by VISA ATM card which is easier and flexible to access by self. Please contact Charles Scharf below and reconfirm the required details below to them:

(1) Full Names:

(2) Residential Address:

(3) Country of Residence:

(4) Date of Birth:

(5) Phone/Cell Number:

(6) Occupation:

Contact Person: Charles Scharf

Contact email : visa.incusa1101@gmail.com

When contacting the office above in person of Charles Scharf, please do quote or include the amount which is $665,000.00(Six Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand Dollars).

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

Jim Yong Kim,

President, World Bank

Motto: Working for a World Free of Poverty.

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"The World Bank And International Monetary Fund" Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers