These scams assume that you have been scammed in the past, and try to convince you that there is some sort of "compensation" available, so scam victims can get their money back, and then some. This one says something about the "World Bank Group of the United States" LOL. I'm pretty sure the World Bank is an international organization. The "United Nations" is supposedly in "conjunction" with them and Nigeria's central bank to get you your "fund" of USD$750,000, which does not exist, of course. It never does. All you need to do is reply to their "official email" at a free email address ROFL. To see more of these 419 compensation scams, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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