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This is to inform you that the United Nation Anti-Crime Commission and
Great Britain (UK) in conjunction with the United Nations (UN) Foreign
Credit Commission and Debts Settlement Services New York, have ordered
the Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) Fraud Victim
Compensation Unit of Fidelity Insurance Plc, Benin Republic, West
Africa to release your compensation of $2,500,000.00 USD.through ATM
Visa Card system, which is the latest instruction from Mr.António
Guterres.United Nation Anti-Crime Commission Secretary General.
We wish to inform you that you are among the 100 beneficiaries to
benefit Two Million Five hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000.00 USD)
each from the third batch of Three Hundred Million ($300,000,000.00
USD) Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) Fraud Victim
Compensation Unit. According to the number of applicants at hand, 40
beneficiaries have been paid, two third of the victims are from the
United States, we still have more 60 left to be paid the compensations
of $2.5 Million each.
Therefore be advice to contact UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA Plc, Benin
Republic (UBA BENIN) with your Full information, for the shipping of
your ATM Visa Card, In order to receive your fund/payment, forward
your personal details to the following email:(email@example.com) to
avoid wrong delivery such as:
YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION:
STATE OF ORIGIN:
NATIONAL ID CARD No or PASSPORT No:
BIRTHDAY: Day—– Month—- Year—-
UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA Plc, Benin Republic (UBA BENIN)
Tel.:(+229) 62 64 43 55
Fax:(229) 21 31 51 77
Contact Person: Mr.John Williams. Director Foreign Remittance Dept.
United Bank for Africa Intl Plc, Benin Republic, West Africa.
As soon as the bank hears from you, they shall arrange the fund release to you.
Thanks H.E. Mrs.Susan Leo.
CC: Jim Yong Kim World Bank president
CC: Mr. António Guterres UN Secretary General