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#420341 by AlanJones Sun Nov 22, 2020 4:09 am
From: graham cutey - [email protected]
Subject: Dear XXX
Tel. No.: +447452120141

Cutey & Co
8 Stanhope Place, Marble Arch
London W2 2HB, England
Registered in London No: 578403
Reg. No: 856 3209653

Dear XXX

This letter is with reference to previous recovering letters received from the Bank of England for making payment of your outstanding amount. We are Solicitors and Advocates of the Royal Courts of Justice on Strand, in central London with specialty in litigation, trademark and Intellectual Property law, Banking law, Commercial litigation law, Commercial Conveyance, Criminal law, Intellectual property, Mergers and acquisitions, Tax law, Trust law/Wills and Probate. As accredited Private Attorneys to the Bank of England, we have the mandate to liaise with you in respect of some huge funds deposit in some of the banks here in the United Kingdom. Most of the aforementioned deposits originated from Asian and African banks.

However due to the numerous complaints received from Foreign beneficiaries of Funds and Investors arising from their inability to receive and access their long expected investments funds from their African and Asian partners into their nominated Overseas bank account, it has been discovered that majority of these cases have been due to the illegal activities of some top banking Officers operating in the major banking Institutions within and outside of the United Kingdom. Thus the Management of the Bank of England in conjunction with the Office of the Chancellor of the Exchequer has mandated this Chambers to look into the prevailing liquidity problems affecting the various Banking & Financial Institutions with an express mandate to make funds available for immediate payment to beneficiaries after proper Legal checks.

In our preliminary investigation, we discovered in the books (Accounts) of some of these banks funds running into millions of United States Dollars with instruction for further credit into your nominated bank account. However due to the personal interest of some of these individuals and the many unorthodox bureaucratic practices employed by them, final credit into the designated bank account has not materialized over the years. Thus in accordance to the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, vide 1(C) Rules by virtue of subsection (1)(j) , in particular, allow, or be subject to rules which allow, the scheme manager (in this case the Bank of England) to settle a class of claim by payment of sums fixed without reference to, or by modification of, the normal rules for calculation of maximum entitlement for individual claims,” we have been legally empowered to resolve these lingering issues once and for all.

Sir, in your own very interest, you are hereby advised to desist and discontinue any further communication or transaction with these unscrupulous individuals for this will enable this Chambers to perform its duty without much hindrance towards securing the release and final remittance of your funds into your nominated bank account. You can however direct any of the so-called Bank Officers to my Office for proper identification, screening and clarifications by the Metropolitan Police Department.

We now require you as a matter of urgency to re-validate your personal and account information to us. If this is not completed within 14 days of receipt of this notification, we will be forced to suspend your claims indefinitely, as it may signify your intention to defer receipt of funds.

For further information, you can reach me on my direct Email address below

Yours Sincerely,

Graham Cutey QC.
Principal Partner
Cutey & Co
Tel: +44 (0) 745-212-0141
Email: [email protected]

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