Thanks in advance to our reader for sending the email.
It is getting more and more absurd. Within a few weeks, the fake of Ms. Kristalina Georgieva writes the repeated time and offers a fund that obviously does not exist. The game is easy to see through. Ridiculously put on. Well, the identity is stolen from the IMF, which has certainly pumped a lot of money into Nigeria. Merely, the IMF does not count on the Nigerian scammer mafia, who then go on a scam spree in Europe.
Therefore, do not reply, do not send documents, never send money.
Put the mail in the digital dustbin.
I.M.F ) Head Office
Senior Resident Representative
1900 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington,
DC 20431, USA.
Attention; Fund Beneficiary,
I am Ms, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund. (I.M.F) We discovered your name among the list of beneficiaries that have not yet received their payment, on behalf of the International Monetary Fund (I.M.F) we are sorry for the inconveniences this delay might have caused your good-self, you are hereby finally advised to stop all further communications with any agents, group of people or any Government bodies in respect of your payment.
All necessary Measures that will guarantee a successful transfer of your payment has been put in place through the United Nations to transfer this fund to any choice of your bank account. Once you reply to this email I will give you all the details that have been put in place for the release of your fund. God bless you.
Ms. Kristalina Georgieva,
Managing Director of the International
Monetary Fund. (I.M.F)