Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Re:To whom it may concern


To whom it may concern'

This message is from the African Union (AU) Anti-fraud team in collaboration with the United Nations (UN) in regards to the extensive raid (arrests) on Internet scammers. Due to the high rate of complain we have been receiving from United Nations (UN) on the level of Scam artists/fraudsters with African Nationalities. All the Internet Service Providers had noticed the increased email traffic originating from African to other continents.

In this raid, Six hundred and twenty five (625) scammers were arrested so far and the raid is still on. We have recovered the total sum of US$7.2Billion from them from both cash and assets confirmed to have come from their victims. As we have found hundreds of thousands of email addresses of victims from their address books. It is at this juncture that we are contacting you.The African Union (AU) with the United Nation (UN) are making refunds of US$2,000,000.00 each to victims whom his/her email address was listed on the scammer's address books. i will let you know the modalities with which your approved US$2,000,000,00 compensation will get to you.

You are hereby advised not to contact those scammers again for us to serve you better and it is very important you forward any suspected fraudulent email you received from any scammer's,impersonator's and impostor's to this office for immediate action.Note:This is genuine program from African Union (AU) Anti-fraud team,so do not allow your past ugly experience to stop you from receive thus approved fund.

Barrister. Wale Oke
African Union Anti-Fraud Unit Director.

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