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This email is a scam. The United Nations and the IMF do not award funds to random individuals through emails. If you receive an email like this, do not respond or click on any links. You should also report the email to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Here are some red flags that this email is a scam:

The email is poorly written and contains grammatical errors.

The email claims to be from the United Nations or the IMF, but it does not use their official logos or contact information.

The email asks you to pay a fee to claim your money.

The email asks you to provide personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account number.

If you are ever unsure whether an email is legitimate, you should contact the company directly using their official website or phone number.

Here are some tips for avoiding scams:

Be skeptical of unsolicited emails that promise you money or ask for your personal information.

Never click on links or open attachments from unknown senders.

Do your research to verify the legitimacy of any company or organization that is contacting you.

Report scams to the police or similar.

Please be cautious and do not fall victim to this scam.

Here is the stupid mail:


You have a fund of $500,000 awaiting to be transferred to your account. This is a reward from the United Nations and IMF allocated to the beneficiaries on random selection in the poverty eradication Program. Also note that this fund is monitored by the FBI to make sure it gets to the rightful beneficiary.

If you don’t claim your fund now it will be cancelled. We have mandated the affiliate payment center to release your fund. The only thing now is for the authorization and transfer of funds into your account.

You need to contact the affiliate payment officer Mr. Jason Page, email: ( ) and send them your details so they can get your funds transferred to you without delay.

Bar. Jerry Lawrence(Esq)®
WhatsApp: +1-813-438-6895

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