|INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF)/World Bank|
Milbank Tower, 12th Floor 21-24;
Milbank London SW1P 4QP ENGLAND
Direct Phone: +44-7035910761.
From The Desk of: Mr. Andrew Tweedie,
Finance Department Director
International Monetary Fund(IMF)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 186 countries,
working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability,
facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable
economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.
Each autumn, the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group and
International Monetary Fund (IMF) hold their Annual Meetings to discuss
a range of issues related to poverty reduction, international economic
development and finance. The Annual Meetings provide a forum for
international cooperation and enable the Bank and Fund to better serve
their member countries. As one of the outcomes of the 2013 Meeting of the
International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group held on 24th-25th
July, 2013. It was decided that the IMF will monitor the payment of funds
currently floating in the international financial database.
Consequently, we write to notify you that you are among those that have a
huge sum of money accredited in their names for transfer and is currently
floating in the international banking community. These funds originated
from unpaid contractor sum, inheritance/next of kin and lottery
beneficiaries that originated from Europe, Asia, Plus the Middle east,
American and Africa. You are among the list of individuals and companies
whose unpaid funds have been approved for payment under the supervision of
United Kingdom representative office of the International Monetary Fund.
Under the stipulated guidelines of the United Nations Economic and Social
Council, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other member countries of the
United Nations, any amount of money that has been found in the
international financial database awaiting to be transferred without claims
after the submission of every payment report will be confiscated and
forfeited to the United Nations account.
We do hereby ask you to contact this office within 14 days of receiving
this notification to enable us advice you on how to make your claim or
consider your fund confiscated. Remember to send your current
direct phone number for easy communication.
NAME IN FULL...
YOUR CELL NUMBER...
CONTACT ADDRESS ...NOT P.O BOX
Mr. Andrew Tweedie,
Finance Department Director.
This communique is from the International Monetary Fund, beneficiaries are
advised to adhere strictly to directives. Any fund beneficiary who ignores
instruction will be doing so at his/her own risk.