Who wouldn’t be interested in a scheme filled with international intrigue? It seems (according to “Mrs. Rodgers”) that millions of dollars that belong to you are being siphoned off by corrupt shadowy officials from the International Monetary Fund.
Alas, it’s all a scam — not because they’re siphoning your account, but because there’s no account in the first place. (Read more about how advance fee frauds like this operate.)
Reply-To: rodgersjancarolpaymentoffice@ gmail.com
From: “Mrs. Rodgers. (IMF)” firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Swift payment updates !
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2015
Attn: Fund owner,
This is to officially notify you that, we have apprehended the officials behind the delay in releasing your contract/inheritance payment of US$3.5M for several years. The sum of US$3.5M will be processed and released to you these second quarters of 2015.
Some group of corrupt official working with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) here in US, Canada and in the United Kingdom conspired to siphon your US$3.5M to their private account overseas.
Processing and release of your payment will be made either by wire transfer or certified ATM card. Without further delay, we need you to make a choice of payment and also reconfirm your address, names, occupation, telephone numbers and a valid ID in order to update your file with the legal processing/payment office.
For security reason, stop all communications with whom ever you are dealing with at this point immediately.
International Monetary Fund USA.
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