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.
#413048 by AlanJones Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:41 pm
From: Financial Services Authority - [email protected]
Subject: Attention:XXX (Your Payment is now ready).
Tel. No.: +447480039448

FINANCIAL SERVICES AUTHORITY(FSA)
25 THE NORTH COLONNADE, CANARY WHARF,
LONDON E14 5HS,UNITED KINGDOM
(RC No. 01920623)

From:The Desk Of Lord Adair Turner
Chairman,Financial Service Authority (FSA).
Email:[email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
Direct Line:+(44) 748 003 9448

Attention:XXX,

Dear Sir/Madam,

It has come to our notice via our Central Monitoring Computing System (CMCS) that your funds had been credited in your name for onward remittance to your nominated bank account through a designated bank in London,UK.

Be informed that under the stipulated Laws of the Government of Great Britain and Wales and the United Nations,any huge funds that have been discovered floating in the financial system without claims for a period of 6 months shall be confiscated and forfeited to the British treasury as unclaimed funds.

Therefore having identified your person as the supposed beneficiary of the funds under reference as indicated in the records,we hereby request you to contact this office within two (2) official working days upon receipt of this notification with your personal information hereunder specified:

Your full name and address.......
Your 24 hours telephone contact phone number..............
Number of months/years your payment has been stalled..............

Be further informed that the ratification and processing of your payment for unconditional transmission to your designated bank account shall commence as soon as we receive the above requested information at your earliest opportunity via this e-mail transmission.

However,be strictly warned that failure to respond within two (2) official working days as earlier stated without any reasonable cause shall be taken as apparent indication of your unwillingness to receive your approved funds,thus resulting to confiscation and forfeiture of your due fund.

This e-mail correspondence therefore serves as sufficient notice.

Be informed of this development.

Lord Adair Turner,
Chairman, Financial Services Authority (FSA).
London, UK.
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