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This is an example of a typical advance fee fraud message. (Read more about how advance fee frauds work.) If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer who sent the message will do his best to transfer money from your pocket to his, since the fortune he says is available for you doesn’t exist.
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2015
From: “Mr. Adams Shaibu.” firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Your first Payment of $5000 usd is sent you today
Your first Payment of $5000 usd is sent you today,So kindly reconfirm your receiver’s name information to the money gram office for the approval of your fund payment of($3.500`000`00USD) to be sign and release to you immediately the you send the information below to them:Note that your payment files will be returned to the IMF within 24 hours if we did not hear from you, this was the instruction given to us by the IMF.
Contact money gram office (( email@example.com ))
Name:Mr TONY MIKE
Our money gram office will release payment to you and maximum amount receiving each day from today is $5000 usd daily until the funds complete Transferred. Once we receive info.the transfer will commence.the IMF compensating all mail address and your name is listed one of the approved to pay sum of fund
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