Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Paul Heeley

GOOD NEWS REGARDING YOUR PAYMENT !!!!!

WORLD BANK <financialinstitutions@worldbank.org>

The World Bank London Office
Milbank Tower, 12th Floor, 21-24, Milbank
London SW1P 4QP
ENGLAND + 447024052926

Good Day,

This is to officially bring to your notice the outcome and decision of our just concluded board meeting with the Christine Lagarde, the IMF director, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, the World Bank director, and the world bank officials here in U.K in regards to your pending US$1.5M payment with the International Monetary Fund.

We have been legally notified that your payment has been placed on hold due to the demand of some vital paper works which cost more than you can afford and making it difficult for you to claim whats rightfully yours. To this regards, the World Bank, which is the vital source of financial and technical assistance to individuals and countries around the world, has agreed to loan you the sum of $7500 needed in procuring your vital paper works.

Considering the amount US$1.5M to be wired to your account, the total cost of processing the paper works was $50,000, but the IMF director, Christine Lagarde has granted a waiver in your favor and has requested that you pay the sum of $7500 only for the procurement of your vital paper works this first quarters 2013 in order to get your payment released to you without any hitch or delay. Processing of this loan will cost you $50 only and you are requested to re- confirm the details below immediately for processing of the $7500 to you.

Bank Name:
Name on Account:
Account Number:
Routing Number:
Account Type:
Account Limit:
Checking or Savings (confirm)
Any form of your valid ID.

As soon as the above details is received, the $7500 loan will be processed and credited into your account and instructions on how to send the $7500 fee to the IMF processing agent in the United States of America will be given to you accordingly.
Sincerely yours,
Paul Heeley
World Bank, International
Financial Institutions Department
CC: Gwen Hines
UK World Bank Executive Director

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