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#411377 by hallonkev Tue Jun 02, 2020 1:27 am
From:DR. JANET ESSEN (Mrs.) • [email protected]
Reply-to:[email protected]
Date:Jun 1, 2020, 23:21
Subject:YOUR APPROVED FUND


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Dear Sir/Madam,

Going by series of petition received from International Body on the way their payment was being handled and reported cases of corrupt practices in Nigeria Banks including the Central Bank of Nigeria by foreign correspondence office. The Federal Government in accordance with the monetary policies and financial regulations has assigned Guaranty Trust Bank to handle all unpaid fund. As a result of this new development all unpaid beneficiary are required to contact the Executive Director of GTBank and complete the Accreditation / Verification process for their payment. If you are among the beneficiaries who are yet to receive their fund, do contact MR. SEGUN AGBAJEthe Executive Director of GTBank on his private email below with your information for verification and payment of your fund. Be alert that your fund is no longer in the custody of any foreign correspondence office, Bank or Agent. The only authorized office / BANK to pay or contact you regarding your unpaid fund is this office of the Executive Director of Guaranty Trust Bank you must deal directly with the Executive Director and comply fully with his directives because that is the only way you will receive your fund. Do contact him on his private email below with your full details such as Name, Address, Phone and ID if you have not received your fund.

Contact: MR. SEGUN AGBAJE
.Position: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
- GUARANTY TRUST BANK.
Address: Plot 635, Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Private Email: [email protected]

However, due to financial and economic stress suffered by these beneficiaries over the years, they will not be required to pay bank charges for their fund transfer. but in accordance with the Monetary Policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the financial regulations provisions of Section 8(1) (2) of the Directorate of International Payment/Transfer (DIPT) Establishment Act 2007, all unpaid beneficiaries are required to follow due process for accreditation and verification of their payment. You are receiving this message as a result of the directive from the President Federal Republic of Nigeria instruction to release all overdue payment. Upon accreditation and verification of your fund, you will receive your unpaid fund.
Thank you for your cooperation,

Yours Faithfully,

Dr. Janet Essen (Mrs)
INFORMATION OFFICER
PAYMENT VERIFICATION COMMITTEE
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#413221 by FishyMails Thu Jul 02, 2020 2:53 pm
Reply-to: [email protected]
From: "DR. JANET ESSEN (Mrs.)" <[email protected]>
Other e-mails: [email protected]
Date: Wed, 01 Jul 2020 14:49:55 +0000
Subject: Very Important Notification

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Dear Sir/Madam,

This is to notify all beneficiary who are yet to received their payment, that the Federal Government has directed all outstanding Inheritance / Contract payment to be release through Guaranty Trust Bank plc. If you are among the beneficiary who have not received their fund, you are hereby directed to contact MR. SEGUN AGBAJE the Director of Foreign Remittance Department on the email below with your complete data for further directives on how to receive your fund.

MR. SEGUN AGBAJE
EMAIL: [email protected]

Be aware that the only office / paying bank that has the right to contact you in this matter is GUARANTY TRUST BANK PLC which is been headed by MR. SEGUN AGBAJE the Director of Foreign Remittance. You must deal directly with him because that is the only way you can receive your unpaid fund. You have been informed

Best Regards,
Dr. Janet Essen

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