Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#394222 by Troy Platt Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:46 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2019 04:43:31 -0700
Subject: Final notice on your payment , No upfront payment from you


ATTN; BENEFICIARY.



How are you doing today? Fine I hope.



Note that your inheritance payment is still in our possession and there some tax and transfer fee that is needed be paid before final transfer of your fund into your nominated bank account Knowing fully well that you might not be able to pay the fee involved before final transfer of your fund into your account . I have to seek for the assistance of an investor who has agreed to loan us the needed fund, But he gave a condition of 3% of the total fund immediately the transfer is made into your bank account .you don't have To worry as I will sign all the document involved with the loan, Please do reconfirm below information’s below. If you have a company bank account it we be preferably if not send your bank details .



1, Do you send your full bank details with address,

2, Do also send your full address and your direct telephone number.



A promissory note that the fund that we be loan to you by the investor we be used to finance the release of your 5miilion dollar inheritance fund with my bank . Note that the loan from the investor is for the payment of the tax and proper documentation of you fund and not for your personal use. WE HAVE ALSO



NOTICED THAT YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY BETWEEN $50,000 -$70,000 THESE BEING THE OUTSTANDING ARREARS TO FINALIZE THIS TRANSACTION. NOTE THAT THE LOAN CAN ONLY BE PAY BACK AFTER THE SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER OF THE 5MILLION DOLLAR INTO YOUR ACCOUNT.



You can contact me via this email; [email protected].



Your urgent reply is needed,

SMITH GRAEME JOHN,

WELLS FARGO BANK.

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