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This email is a scam.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will never contact you directly to inform you of a large payment. If you receive such an email, it is important that you do not provide any personal or banking information. You should also report the scam to the IMF.Here are some red flags that this email may be a scam:The email is poorly written and contains grammatical errors.

The sender uses a generic title such as “Deputy Managing Director” instead of their real name.

The email uses urgent language and asks you to act immediately.The email asks you to pay a fee to get your money.If you have any doubts about an email, it is best to ignore it and not reply. You can also contact the sender’s organisation directly to verify the authenticity of the email.Here are some tips on how to avoid scams:Be wary of emails from unknown senders.

Do not click on links or open attachments in emails unless you are sure they are from a legitimate source.Never give out your personal or banking information to anyone you do not know or trust. Report scams to the relevant authorities.


This is to inform you that your approved compensation funds worth $1million is ready to be wired to your bank account, you are therefore advised to furnish us with your personal and banking details to enable the paying bank to wire your funds to your designed bank account.

Note : You will be responsible for the cost of transfer ( one time payment)

Your urgent response is needed.

For Inquiry  +1 202 643 4735

Bo Li
Deputy Managing Director
International Monetary Funds

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