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#399810 by Jeremy Phisher Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:42 pm
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2019 18:05:50 +0200
From: Simon Williams <[email protected]>
Subject: Delivery process.

Dear sir,

On behalf of myself & Financial Services, to officially confirm following series of negotiations and consultations with Barrister Tony Bamikole , over consignments deposit in our central vault for safekeeping and purpose of trust on consignments marked N0:KRG-UK/MG35/2019, under strict and protective secured custody.

However, internal authentication verification's exercise conducted revealed in our records that consignee (removed ) as a possible legitimate beneficiary to these consignments subject to confirmation by making available of your proof of ID via email attachment, proof of address not later than six months old and two copies of use of name in recent year.

In view of this positive development, however, you are advised to physically present in London in a bid to facilitate the delivery process of these consignments and equally sign every relevant documentation attached with this transaction, moreover, you are expected to confirm your availability to facilitate formal appointment schedule.

Futhermore be informed that handling charges in total sum of (£4,750.00GBP) is applicable when you are coming for your appointment

Please do not hesitate to make any inquiries should the need arises.

I am most eagerly awaiting your reply at your earliest convenience.

Simon Williams (Logistics & Operations).
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